Alfred Mansuetti Jr.

September 16, 1956November 11, 2020
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Alfred Mansuetti Jr., 64, passed away on November 11, 2020.

Born in Providence, he was a son of the late Alfred Sr. and Ora (Ferrucci) Mansuetti; beloved husband of Cheryl (Mancini) Mansuetti; devoted father of Ciara L. Mansuetti (Joseph Senna) and Kimba L. Mansuetti; cherished grandfather of Anastacia and Jalen Senna; brother of Sandra A. Boisvert and the late Kenneth Mansuetti and Robin Mansuetti.

Born to the late Alfred Mansuetti Sr. and Ora Mansuetti, Alfred Jr. would later grow to become such an inspirational, admirable, loving, and generous person. As a high school teenager, Alfred pursued Cheryl (Mancini) Mansuetti, who would later become the love of his life and life partner. They spent countless days together, never apart. Years progressed as they dated, married, and created their family. Ciara Lynn and Kimba Lynn were brought into their lives created from pure love.

As an engaging father, there was never a father/daughter dance, school open house, pageant, or dance competition that he failed to attend. Whether he worked his scheduled full time hours, overtime hours, or part-time side occupations, his family always remained top priority. There was never an event, situation, or obligation that Alfred did not prioritize accordingly.

Alfred never ceased to express the highest levels of love, generosity, care, compassion, assistance, friendship, reliability, selflessness, kindness, public spirit, and humanitarianism. Whether one was a complete stranger, friend of few or many years, or family, Al would treat everyone as if they were of the utmost importance to him.

Alfred had contributed the last 45 years of his blessed days as a Public Safety Officer for Providence College, which he established many friendships based on generosity, care, consideration, and love. As a Public Safety Officer on campus, he continued to always help and support his fellow co-workers, superiors, visiting parents/families, or individuals from the student body until he exhausted every effort. He was recognized for his 45th year of employment in which he was honored with an award ceremony and a very special dinner alongside his biggest supporters, his family.

Aside from being survived by his wife Cheryl and two daughters Ciara and Kimba, he was a devoted grandfather to his granddaughter Anastacia, and grandson Jalen. There was not a first day of school, birthday, holiday, or special milestone that he failed to partake in for them. He shared his love for the Dallas Cowboys and strategic politics with his wife, daughters, granddaughter, and son-in-law. Alfred also took a deep passion for classic cars in which he competed and won numerous awards for his prized possession the 1986 Mustang GT. His love for vehicle restoration will be survived by his daughter Kimba, grandson Jalen, and son-in-law Joseph.

Being a protective father, he allowed his heart to love and accept those who took on the responsibility of loving, protecting, and providing for his daughters and grandchildren. Alfred could turn any frown upside down, any gloomy day full of sunshine, any bad moment to a positive future outcome. He never let his family struggle or need for anything. Too often enough he would be the first on scene to assist in any way he could or be the last to leave to ensure everyone's safety and security. Where there was laughter Alfred was the root of it with his coined phrase, "WOW!!". When there was a "What if..?" he always advised us to "Get it done and answer questions later".

Al, dad, grandpa you will be missed beyond words but will always live on in our memories, hearts, minds, and souls. We will always be honored and blessed to have had you in our lives no matter on what level. We will always be grateful for any lesson or piece of advice you ever lent us. We will always be grateful for you loving those in your life wholeheartedly. It is never goodbye, rather see you later. Until we meet again!

Visitation and Funeral will be held Monday from 9:30-10:30 AM in the PONTARELLI-MARINO Home, 971 Branch Avenue, Providence followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM in the Church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1081 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence. Burial will follow in St. Francis Cemetery, Pawtucket. In lieu of flowers, monetary donations are welcomed.



  • Visitation

    Monday, November 16, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Monday, November 16, 2020

  • Burial

    Monday, November 16, 2020

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Ciara Mansuetti

November 19, 2020

Dear Dad,
There are simply no words I can say or even think to take away the pain we all feel from losing you. Even though we lost you to a very fast and aggressive disease, your pain did end fast and you only suffered for a short time. You were always there for everyone that was present in your life. You never stopped helping even up until your last days with us. I hope and pray you always continue to send us signs that you are always with us, watching over us, and protecting us. We have already experienced so many of those beautiful signs, whether it was a Jeep 0||||||0 passing by, blue jays flying past, or the brightest star in the night sky. Just never stop showing up. I love you so much, and even though my heart is completely broken, I talk to you very often and keep telling you how much i miss and love you. I will always keep trying my very best to keep you proud of me and carry out your legacy in whatever way I can! I will always protect Mom, Kimba, Star, and my little family here. You have left such an amazing impact on everyone's life that knew you, it would be absolutely impossible for anyone to forget you! Your words of wisdom and inspiration, your never-ending acts of kindness, your humor, your animated emotions, and your coined phrase "WOW!", will never ever fade. Rest in your sweetest dreams Dad I love you forever and one more day.

joe giammarco

November 17, 2020

rest in peace my friend


Amy Becker

November 16, 2020

I did not get to work with Freddy very long, about a year and a half. He, right from the beginning was welcoming and friendly. He sat in on my interview when I was hired; it helped me make the decision to work at PC easy because I could tell he was a good guy.

I remember him coming in early to make Coffee and being the guy to talk to about any car problems. He reminded me of my father, another car guy.

Freddy you will be missed...

Keith Vieira

November 16, 2020

Freddie always had a smile and a kind word whenever we met up. He was always there with advice or word of help for keith jr. while keiths been at pc which was much appreciated and never will be forgotten. Freddie will be sadly missed......Love cousin keith.

Albert Borrelli

November 16, 2020

My Deepest sympathy for the family of Freddie..Was a nice guy and will be Kids we have some good memories on the Corner....Sorry for your loss...

Ebony Briggs

November 15, 2020

"WOW" -

To the whole Mansuetti family; it hardens my heart to send my deepest condolences, but my prayers are with you all. I haven't been working with Freddie long, but as we all know I didn't need much time to figure out what a great guy he was.

Even though I joined the Jeep (OlllllllO) family late in the game- it was always so nice to exchange our common love and knowledge for it. Things won't be the same around here without him but Freddie has left an everlasting impression; and for that I will always be thankful to have had the pleasure.

ken bruno

November 15, 2020

First off, allow me to start with my deepest heartfelt condolences to Kimba, Ciara and Cheryl (Joey, Anastacia & Jalen) . There is no question he will be dearly missed by everyone that knows him and that has had the pleasure to work with him and interact with him. He was a caring, hardworking, and dedicated family man. I'm sure you all see the outreach and kind words everyone is going to be sending you all during this very tough time and that goes to show what an amazing person he was, not only as a father and a husband but as fellow worker, friend, neighbor, etc which says a-lot about him. I've had the absolute pleasure of knowing this family for many years and know how much each of them meant to him. Personally, I think when someone passes they are still in your life, they just have a different point of view of looking over you. There is no question he's going to continue looking over each and everyone of you. If anyone needs anything, please don't hesitate to reach out even if it's someone to talk and reminisce. Again, my deepest condolences and Rest In Paradise Mr. Mansuetti (Al)

Guy DeAngelis

November 15, 2020

To the Mansuetti Family

I guess the best place to begin is by stating there will never be another "Freddie". Fred was always the first at work no matter the shift or detail he was working. He always greeted you with a smile and a "WOW". 

Fred was always ready for whatever challenge was presented to our department. I had the pleasure of working "with" Freddie and can't tell you how enjoyable those moments were. He was the "go to" guy when you needed overtime, details and everything in between. 

Freddie helped many faculty/staff/students including myself. Freddie was a true friend and the best co-worker one can hope for.

But I would be remiss if I didn't acknowledge his never ending commitment and love for his family.
You will be be truly missed;

Guy DeAngelis

Diana Russo

November 14, 2020

Kimba and family. I’m so very sorry for the loss of your Dad. What a nice man. May he Rest In Peace.

Diana (Dr Iacobucci’s)

Michael petricone

November 14, 2020

To Freddy's. Family my condolences on the loss of your father and husband and friend.. Me and Freddy hung out with Carey Leonard who I haven't seen in many years. I would jump fence at my grandparents house right into Freddy's yard. We would go in store and get 2 bottles of Fanta soda.. Uncle Chester and the gang in store would be working away then to Paulines store for real penny candy then walk around neighborhood and in 20 min we would have n10 or more friends with us. Eddy cinadolski. Leo Seymore. The old Gang. Just because I haven't seen you in a while doesn't mean I didn't think of you. Miss you and love ya pal God bless you and rip my friend....... Mike petricone

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