Jim Altadonna Death, Obituary : Jim Altadonna had a caring heart, generous attitude and a fun-loving personality that laid the foundation for years of lifelong friendships. It didn’t matter what you needed, he would be there to help you celebrate, mourn, fix things, build something or to just listen and offer a shoulder to cry on or smile to laugh with.
The 104 years old was known for his unwavering selflessness and a heart filled with infinite love to give to those she held dear. Even in his final days, he still managed smiles and laughter with his family, a testament to his lifelong strength and positivity in the face of hardship.
He is survived by his children, grand children and great grand children who loved him so very much.
Cause of death:
The circumstance surrounding the actual cause of death has not been made available as at the time of writing this report.
Tributes To Jim Altadonna
Across social media users’ timelines are statements that show respect, admiration, and gratitude towards Altadonna as people mourn the passing.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jim Altadonna. He was 104 years old and the last surviving member of the Class of 1935.
Visitation begins at 9 AM on Saturday, October 2, at St. Gabriel the Archangel, followed by Mass at 10:30 AM.
— St. Mary’s HS (@StMarysDragons) October 1, 2021
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