Nicholas J. D'Alessio

Mr. Nicholas J. D'Alessio, a resident of Hobe Sound, Florida, formerly of Long Island, New York, died on 29 June 2014, at the age of 86.

Affectionately known as "Nick" to all who loved him, he was born in Corona, Queens, to his parents, Ralph and Clara D’Alessio. Nick was raised in Queens, New York.

Nick played alto saxophone in the Phil D’Alessio Band in the 1940’s with his brother’s Phil, Ralph and Ernie.

Nick served honorably in the United States Navy during the final months of World War II.

He married Anna Mary DiVerniero in 1951, and made their first home in East Massapequa, New York in 1964.

Nick found his life's passion in custom designing architectural renditions, working in the home renovation industry. He worked as a construction contractor until his retirement in 2004. He truly enjoyed golfing, music - as an exceptional saxophonist, and playing competitive card games.

Surviving are his children - Carol and Thomas Trezza, Nicholas and Joanne D’Alessio, Ralph and Laura D’Alessio, Richard and Kimberly D’Alessio; his grandchildren - Nicholas and Lydia D’Alessio, Dana D’Alessio, Kristine and Joshua Griffett, Danielle D’Alessio, Chelsea D’Alessio, Michelle D’Alessio, Lisa D’Alessio, Amanda and Timothy Jones, Christopher Diuguid; and his great grandchildren - Amanda D’Alessio, Alexa D’Alessio, Arianna D’Alessio, Johnny Quinane, Hayden Jones, and Ty Jones. Predeceasing him is his wife, Anna D’Alessio; and his brothers, Philip and Ernest D’Alessio.


  • Memorial Visitation Sunday, July 13, 2014
  • Funeral Service Sunday, July 13, 2014

Nicholas J. D'Alessio

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July 18, 2014

My name is Louise D'Alessio Hof. I am Nick's first cousin. We used to see each other when my dad, Anthony, visited his brother. My brother, Philip and wife, Angie, used to get together with Nick and his wife. Phil passed in '04. I live in Silver Spring, Md. So very sorry for your loss.

Tracey D'Alessio

July 13, 2014

Those we love remain with us for love itself lives on, and cherished memories never fade because a loved one's gone. Those we love can never be more than a thought apart, far as long as there is memory, they'll live on in the heart.
Uncle Nick, always the life of the party, I remember good family times & you always trying to fix me up with the boys.. Rest Easy now. You will be greatly missed.

Ralph and Dawn D'Alessio

July 12, 2014

Uncle Nick, you will be missed by the entire D'Alessio family. I remember my dad telling me how great of a musician you were and how great you were at playing cards. Rest in Peace Uncle Nick.

Christine D'Alessio

July 12, 2014

Rest in peace Uncle Nick-- you will be missed. Love Christine and Family.

Ralph and Mary D'Alessio

July 12, 2014

My beloved brother Nick, farewell brother-you will always be in our hearts. Until we all meet again, rest in peace. Love you, your brother Ralph and sister-in-law Mary.

Ralph Dalessio

July 12, 2014

Uncle Nick, you will be missed by the entire D'Alessio family. I will always remember how my Dad talked about you when i was growing up and how he said you were a great brother and had awesome skills as a musician and playing cards. Rest in Peace Uncle Nick.

Lindsey D'Alessio Wolak

July 12, 2014

One of my favorite memories of Uncle Nick is when Uncle Phil played the piano and Nick played the saxophone. Phil, Nick and Ernie challenged each other with "name that tune." Nick got every one right. They had such a comical routine when they were together. The camaraderie, laughter and genuine brotherly love was a joy to watch. I love you Uncle Nicky.

Barbara SKELLY

July 8, 2014

Rip Mr D.