OBITUARY

William A. Avvenire Jr.

May 16, 1983November 17, 2020
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Beloved son of Laurie and William. Cherished step son of Brian. Loving brother of Larry (Gabriella) and Joseph (Jessica). Special uncle of Jason and Jackson. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to the: Wounded Warrior Project. www.woundedwarriorproject.org/warriorsfamilies

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, November 23, 2020

  • Prayer Service

    Monday, November 23, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Memories

William A. Avvenire Jr.

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Jeanine Giordano-Howard

November 25, 2020

So many fond memories of watching you grow up on our street back in Brooklyn. Such a happy boy -always with a big smile and bright eyes. I remember you talking to my dad about his days in the Marines (the good & the not so good). Although it has been many years, I will cherish those memories. You are gone too soon...wishing you and your family peace❤️

Tara & Ryan Clayton

November 23, 2020

I will remember Bill as being the first to offer a helping hand. When it came to things he was passionate about he always gave 110% and was completely all in, thats something I’ve always admired about him. Every time the cousins got together no matter where we were we had the best time and we will continue that spirit moving forward, no matter where we are we’ll always be thinking of you Bill and all of the good times we got to share together. We’ll find comfort knowing you’ll always be with us no matter where we are.

I will always remember Billy as one of the first people to find me in the room to check in and ask how I’m doing no matter the occasion. A quiet, caring and beyond gentle soul to I’m pretty sure just about anyone who crossed his path. Gone way too soon but I feel so very lucky to have gotten to know and have him as part of my extended family. Rest easy kind Billy, no one will forget what you have sacrificed for so many in this country, we love you and hope you are at peace.

Love forever,
Tara (Flan) & Ryan

JoAnn Miller

November 23, 2020

My sweet, loving, kind nephew. We didn't see each other often but when we did it felt as if we had always been together. I'm so grateful that you asked me to crochet a blanket for you and hope you felt enveloped in love by it. I believe that you were met by an honor guard of Marines led by your grandfather Julio when you left us. Rest in peace at last dear one.

Audrey & Letticia Clayton & Doolin

November 22, 2020

Billy,
Since you were a baby you had eyes that twinkled, a warm smile and a knd and generous ❤ heart. We will always remember the concern and love you showed us and our Girl Scout troops. You would stop by on Friday nights to check on us at the church to make sure we were all okay. The girls especially looked forward to seeing you. Our lives were enriched by knowing you and being a part of your life and family.
You will always be with us in our thoughts and prayers. We love you and know someday we will be together again.
Letticia and Audrey

Jackie Della Bovie - Miglino

November 22, 2020

It’s hard to forget the little blue eyed boy that I babysit when he was younger. We were neighbors on the greatest block to grow up on in Brooklyn ....Ryder St. Although it has been many years since I have seen that sweet boy, he will forever hold a special place in my heart And in the Hearts of all that knew him.
Rest in Peace sweet boy. May you always watch over and protect your loved ones.
Love,
Jackie

Justin White

November 21, 2020

I didn’t get to spend as much time with Fudd in the Marines, seemed I was on my way out as he was on his way in. I do know this, that he did what needed to be done, and always had a good attitude while doing it. Fudd was a gentle beast of an individual, he could be caring to his fellow Marines, yet able to straighten them out when needed. Wish I had more memories to share of this young man. He was a good Marine! Semper Fidelis my friend.

Ryan Fullam

November 21, 2020

Whenever someone would ask me about Billy my answer was always the same, “he’s just a good dude. The kind of friend that would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Big heart.”

We grew up together, played football together (you did NOT want to get tackled by Billy, kid was a bull) and became really close after high school.

Many late nights up talking. He would always listen, never judge, and always offer any help he could give.

Rest easy Ham. Love you bro. You’ll be missed.

Dustin Lanier

November 21, 2020

My caring, awesome, generous, thoughtful friend. And that was when we were kid's. Grew up to become a Marine and fight for our country .

There was alot of times it was just us... . Just us talking together.

And when I had no place to go to Billy took care of me.

Talk about a special person and friend.

Love ya Billy.

Jay Lee

November 20, 2020

Billy,

Thanks for all the laughs and deep talks. You helped me thru the worst and am forever grateful for your friendship. My heart aches for your mom and brother. Bro, they tried so hard for you. I can’t imagine how alone you must’ve felt up there. I’m sorry I didn’t call as much as I used to. I’m sorry you felt the need to go back. I’m so sorry brother. Love you man. You’ll be in my thoughts and prayers. See ya later “fat Jason stathom “

Steve Szwec

November 20, 2020

My friend, my brother, you are forever in my heart. I’ll never forget hiding in the cages at 2nd GSP and talking about life and where we came from back home. You painted the perfect picture of New York for me and your recommendations on where to go we’re on point. In Iraq we shared memories, hardship, and pain. When we got out we bonded over lifting. You and your family will forever be in my thoughts and I will make sure to carry your memory forever. Semper Fi my brother, til Valhalla.

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