Manfredi

Peter Antonio Manfredi

Peter was born in Manhattan on December 12, 1929 to Anita Matteucci Manfredi and Antonio Manfredi. He passed away on August 25, 2020 at the age of 90 at home. In one of the proudest moments of his life he joined the US Marine Corps on June 18 1948 serving honorably until the 17th of June 1952.

He married his wife of almost 50 years, Ellen, on April 18, 1971. Pete was most proud of his family and their accomplishments. He is survived by wife Ellen, children Peter, Lori, Diane ( Scott Lothrop) Thomas, Joseph and Antonio (Jenn Karam) Manfredi Grandchildren Courtney Frack (Adam), Ashley Hong (Jun), Brendin Cummings, Makayla Manfredi and Brianne Manfredi. Great grandchildren Jaxon and Francesca Frack.

He also dearly loved his sister-in-law Inez Romano and nieces Danielle Cook (Shawn), Donna Spatola (Paul) Brandi Van Guilder (Cody) Hailey and Zach Cook, John and Lindsey Romano and Rocco Spatola.

Pete’s service in the Marine Corps during the Korean Conflict shaped the paths his life would take. He was a member of the Tannersville Fire Dept and the Tannersville Rescue Squad where he served a stint as Captain of the Squad. He was also a member of the American Legion, the Marine Corps League, and was a 45 year Master Mason and a member of Mt Lodge No 529. Most of Pete’s life was spent as a business man. Operating Pete’s Place during the 70’s was a highlight of his life and many life long friends were made during that time. Times spent with Pete are remembered with love and laughter.

Funeral arrangements are as follows, Aston-Basagic Funeral Home 7742 Main St , Hunter, 12442 Saturday August 29 viewing from 3-7 pm Sunday August 30 Evergreen Cemetary , Bloomer Rd, Tannersville graveside service and military honors at 11 am In Lieu of Flowers donations are requested for either the Tannersville Rescue Squad PO Box 562, Tannersville NY 12485 or Mountain Top Library PO Box 247 Tannersville, NY 12485.

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