Obituary: Albert T. Albanese

Albert T. Albanese, at 92
Albert T. Albanese died at Seasons Hospice Facility in Milton on Monday. He was 92. 
Mr. Albanese was born in Brockton and raised in Hull. He was a graduate of Hingham High School. He entered the Navy during World War II. He was awarded the Victory Medal, the American Area Medal, the European African Middle Eastern Medal, and the Asiatic Pacific Theatre Medal. 
Mr. Albanese had worked as a commercial clam digger in Hull for more than 70 years. He also worked his entire career as a rigger at the Quincy Shipyard, retiring in 1985. He was an avid bowler and loved gardening. 
The beloved husband of the late Muriel V. [Taylor] Albanese and Dorothy Roderick; he was the devoted father of Timothy Albanese and his wife, Suzanne, of Braintree, Dorothy Albanese of Scituate, Thomas Albanese and his wife, Lisa, of Whitman, John Albanese and his wife, Gina, of Pembroke, Carole Walling of Rockland, Jack Kecskemety and Mariruth Castle, both of Hull, Stephen Kecskemety of New Hampshire, Joe Ford of Plymouth, Debi Madden of Brockton, Larry Ford of Taunton, Steven Ford of Florida, Russell Ford of Virginia, and the late Jimmy Albanese and Patricia McGrath. Mr. Albanese is also survived by many adoring grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 
At his request, services will be private. Donations in his memory may be sent to a charity of the donor’s choice. Arrangements were handled by the Peck Funeral Home in Braintree.