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In Memory of

Albert Louis D Elia

November 4, 1925 - May 16, 2017

Obituary


Albert L D'Elia, 91, of River Vale and Seaside Heights NJ, passed away at home on May 16 2017. Born in Jersey City NJ and later a resident of Hasbrouck Heights NJ, Albert attended Lincoln High School Jersey City NJ, was drafted during his senior year for Military Service and later returned to graduate. He was honorably discharged from the Army of the United States after his service in WWII and was the recipient of the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and Good Conduct Medal. He served as a Jersey City Police Officer in the Emergency...

Albert L D'Elia, 91, of River Vale and Seaside Heights NJ, passed away at home on May 16 2017. Born in Jersey City NJ and later a resident of Hasbrouck Heights NJ, Albert attended Lincoln High School Jersey City NJ, was drafted during his senior year for Military Service and later returned to graduate. He was honorably discharged from the Army of the United States after his service in WWII and was the recipient of the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and Good Conduct Medal. He served as a Jersey City Police Officer in the Emergency Squad Bureau for 42 years. Albert was a NJ Licensed Electrician and founded D'Elia Bros Electrical and Mechanical Contractors Inc, currently D'Elia Electric Inc. He was a NJ Licensed Electrical Inspector ICS, HHS, Subcode Official and Construction Official. He was an active member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Son of the late Emilio and Emilia (nee Boffa) D'Elia, he is survived by his wife Stephanie (nee Omilian) of 65 years, children Joseph and his wife Cheryl, Mary Ellen O'Brien and her husband Raymond, Robert and his wife Denise, Elizabeth Bruno and her husband John, Laura Centinaro and her husband Michael, grandchildren Raymond, Mary Ellen and her wife Erynn , Paul, Stephanie, Robert and his wife Kaylin, Jaclyn, Christopher and his fiancé Courtney, Alexander, Anthony, Nicholas, Emily, Giada and Vita, great grandsons Dwight and Chase, sister Rose Grisi, brother in law Felix Omilian and many nieces, nephews, family and friends. He was predeceased by his brothers Anthony and Arthur.
Visitation at Becker Funeral Home, 219 Kinderkamack Road, Westwood on Friday 4-8 pm. Funeral Mass on Saturday at Our Lady of Mercy R.C. Church, Park Ridge at 9:30 am. Interment Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City.