Vito Galifi Obituary, Death – At the time of his passing in New York City’s St. Peter’s Hospital on November 28, 2022, Vito Galifi was 71 years old. He had been ill for some time before his death. He was present when the proclamation of death was made. Although Vito spent his formative years in the city of Albany, where he was born, the most of those years were spent in the city of Rensselaer. Not too long ago, he moved to North Greenbush and immediately began a brand new chapter in his life.
He entirely uprooted his previous existence. During the time that Vito worked there, the Rensselaer Police Department and the Port of Albany both recruited him on as a security guard for their respective facilities. In addition to that, Vito spent his time in Rensselaer working as a police dispatcher for the Rensselaer Police Department while he was there. During the time that he served in the Patriot Guard, he was accountable for ensuring that these responsibilities were satisfied.
Vito placed a high value on nature, and as a result, he devoted a significant portion of his spare time to engaging in outdoor pursuits like as fishing and camping. Margaret Lourinia, Anthony’s mother, who unfortunately departed away, and the couple’s child, who cruelly lost away, were both loved ones who were taken from this world too soon. The loyal spouse of Barbara Stewart Lourinia had never left her side for the length of their marriage, which had lasted for a combined total of 51 years at that point.
His children are Kimberly Lourinia and Jeffrey Lourinia, both of whom are married to other people: Jason Purzycki for Kimberly and Kristen Lourinia for Jeffrey. These two Lourinias have each found a partner and settled down. He is also Jeffrey Lourinia’s father, which is an additional fact about him. Lourina Julia, her sister Julia, and their grandfather, who was also named Julia, all shared the same name. Lourina Julia was their grandmother.
Ralph Lourinia, also known as the other brother of Anna Hulsopple, is one of three brothers named Louis Lourinia, Nicholas Lourinia, and Ralph Lourinia. Ralph Lourinia is also known as the other brother of Anna Hulsopple. In addition to this, he is survived by a number of nieces and nephews, as well as the “camp kids” Josh, Logan, and Hezzi Rivenburg; Keegan Winnie and Nicole
Noeth; and a number of other relatives. Josh, Logan, and Hezzi Rivenburg; Keegan Winnie and Nicole Noeth; and a number of other relatives. On Tuesday, the memorial service will take place at ten in the morning at the W. J. Lyons Jr. service Home in Rensselaer, which can be found at 1700 Washington Avenue. The ceremony will get under way at 10 o’clock in the morning.