Albert J. Farina, a resident of Lake Grove and formerly of the Bronx, died on February 8, 2021. He was 80.
Mr. Farina was born on October 30, 1940 in New York City to the late Paul and Adele (Cameli) Farina. He served in the US Marine Corp and supported My Brother Vinny- an organization which is dedicated to helping homeless veterans. He was the Deputy Commission for New York City Department of Employment Youth Services, the Director of Wildcats NYC, and a Senior Tax Consultant and Office Manager for H & R Block.
Visiting will be Sunday from 2-7pm at John Dormi & Sons Funeral Home. 1121 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx. Family and friends wishing to attend the visitation virtually may do so using the following link Farina Visitation . Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday at 10am at St. Lucy’s Church, Bronxwood Avenue and Mace Avenue, Bronx. Family and friends wishing to attend the mass virtually may do so using the following link Farina Mass . Interment will be private.
My Deepest Condolences to the Farina Family! My heart breaks for all of you! I love you all!
Thanks for permitting me to be part of this moment. Uncle Robbie as I knew him was deeply loved by my family and he was a friend to my father for over 70years! A lifetime together. Studied together,joined the Marines together, my Dads best man, did many things together and will be forever remembered. Their last reunion was for Thanksgiving amidst Covid19 nothing separated them and that desire to be together.
It has been very hard on my Dad Tony and I know all grieve as well.
God bless Uncle Robbie and May he rest in Peace in Heaven!
Albert was a great guy, I new him for a couple of years now he did my taxes. Always made me feel like a friend, and always gave fatherly advise. My prayers are with you and your family.
SO SO Sorry to hear about Albert. I’ve known Albert for long time now as he did my taxes for years at H&R Block. I just saw him for my taxes on February 6. Always so helpful! I’m so truly saddened by his passing. He was such a kind and pleasant man. He will be truly missed. Condolences to his entire family. Thank you for your service Albert May you Rest In Peace