OBITUARY

Alfred Senzamici

September 26, 1934September 6, 2020
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Alfred (Fred) Senzamici Sr., age 85, passed away peacefully in his home in the presence of his family on Sunday, September 6, 2020. He joins his late wife and love of his life, Joan Ann Senzamici, with whom he shared 69 loving years of marriage.

Born on September 26, 1934 in New York City, New York, Fred was the son of Pasquale Senzamici and Maria Pannullo. He worked as a welder for over 50 years and said that his favorite material to work with was stainless steel, because just like his marriage, it was strong – and the more he worked on it, the shinier it became. Fred moved to Long Island, NY with his wife before moving to sunny Palm Bay, Florida in 1996. He and his wife continued their days on the water on cruise ships from Florida ports.

Fred was the loving father of Al, Noreen, Jim, Tom, and Chris, and grandfather of Paul, Marc, Adam, Jessica, Christina, Sara, Jimmy, Isabella, Ariella, Alex, and Danny. He was also a great grandfather to Talia, Scarlett, Nate, Asher, Tori, Zander, Peyton, and Paige, and a great great grandfather to Aiden and Jamison.

He will be remembered for always making his family laugh, telling stories about his childhood, and for his love of boating, his truck, and most importantly, spending time with his family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, September 10, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, September 10, 2020

Memories

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Rob & Freddi Wood

September 12, 2020

We will always remember Fred as one who has lovingly welcomed us into the Senzamici family. He always greeted us with hugs and smiles. At every Senzamici’s event he showed great humor and gentleness.

We are missing him and praying to be reunited at the throne when the Lord calls us home.

Robert, Freddi, RJ, Trinity, Samyra, Gabriella & Alexa.

Nicholas Senzamici

September 9, 2020

Spending time as a child with Uncle Fred was such fun. I was the first born of parents who were both first born, the oldest of the oldest. Uncle Fred, one of the youngest of his generation, was the connection between our two worlds in the ‘50s. He was a teenager when I was born and I my first memories of him was that he was just a cool, fun, grown up. Uncle Fred rode me in his truck, brought me to his job sites, explained the principles of building. He was so patient and kind, always interested in my life and sharing stories about the “old days” many of which occurred a mere five years prior to my birth. When he spoke about his joy of welding, I would never tire of the stories that I had heard so many times over so many years. But what was special was the twinkle in his eyes and his smiles of pleasure that never changed over the past half century. He made me feel so special and loved. As the years passed, I realized that he made so many people feel this way. I will miss him and always appreciate how fortunate I was to have had him in my life.

Robert n Phyllis Greytak

September 9, 2020

We were next door neighbors for 27 years. Our children growing up together. They all went to same schools. If one of my kids were hurt I always ran to Joan. I figured she always knew what to do. Joan had a lot of kids. We all had lots of good times. Both had boats. We went to Fire Island a lot. Had lots of fun.
They moved to Florida East Coast. We moved on West coast. We saw each other a few times. Talked on phone.
They are together now. We will all miss you. Our prayers to all the family. R.I.P. Fred n R.I.P. Joan your both at peace together❤️❌⭕️❤️

Robert Greytak Jr.

September 9, 2020

Fred was my neighbor in Patchogue. He and Joan were there for my whole upbringing. Although I don’t remember allot. My best memories of Fred (&joan)
Were on fire island. He and Joan had a boat and loved spending weekends there. I worked for the town and seen them often. R.I.P. Fred.

Lisa DiSanto (Corrado)

September 9, 2020

Laughter! That is what I remember most from the Senzamici house! I grew up in the same neighborhood as the Senzamici kids. I always called Mr. Senzamici "Pop." Eating a meal at their home was always so much fun. Aside from great food, there was always great stories and tons of laughter. I have kept up with the family on facebook and was so sorry to hear of Mrs. Senzamici's passing. When I heard about Pop's passing the first thought that came to my mind was, well, they will be together as they were most of their lives. My love and heartfelt sympathies go out to the entire CLAN! Love each other because tomorrow is NOT promised. I love you all!

Gerard Scanlon

September 9, 2020

It's been said many times but the best memories of you Uncle Fred was your ability to make us kids laugh just by giving us that look . You were a member of a generation that no longer exists . One with purpose and focus to always do the right thing . You and Aunt Joan were married 69 years exactly the same as my parents . Just as it never seemed right to see my Mom alone after my Dad passed I'm sure it was the same for you after the love of your life was gone . If we believe there is more after this life I hold onto the picture in my mind of you and all I loved together again and happy in a way far beyond what we know on earth . Rest in peace Uncle Fred

Peggy Hamlin

September 9, 2020

My sympathy to the family!

Adam Walters

September 9, 2020

Joan and Fred at Adam’s Wedding.

Timothy Becker

September 8, 2020

Jeffrey Saputo

September 8, 2020

I moved to the neighborhood with my family in December 2018. I became friends with Fred (and Joan). He was a very kind person (as was Joan). I will miss our talks while sitting on our riding mowers parked side by side. Although we knew each other for a short time, you were pleasant to be around. Fred would always give me the scoop on what transpired in the neighborhood over the years. After watching Joan's memorial video on the funeral home website, it is quite evident that family and friends were most important to them. The video was beautifully done. You are all beautiful people. God bless you all. I know Fred is in heaven with Joan. I am sad you are gone. One day we will talk again my friend.
Your friend and neighbor,
Jeff Saputo

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Enjoying a beer with dad!

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