Alfonso T. Narciso Obituary

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Alfonso T. Narciso Obituary - Obituary Alfonso T. Narciso, 66, volunteer By...
Obituary Alfonso T. Narciso, 66, volunteer By S. Joseph IlaKenmayor INQUIRER COKRKSPONDKNT Alfonso T. Narciso, 66, long active with Deborah Heart & Lung Center's Center's volunteer fund-raising fund-raising fund-raising programs programs and as a regional admissions chairman, died Sunday at West Jersey Jersey Hospital-Berlin Hospital-Berlin Hospital-Berlin of heart failure. An Atco resident for the last 17 years, he previously had resided in Audubon for more than 20 years. He was born and raised in Camden, where he was a graduate of Camden High School and a second baseman on the baseball team. Following a heart attack and treatment at Deborah Heart & Lung Center in 1978, Mr. Narciso became interested in helping the nonprofit medical facility that is supported by a nationwide network of volunteer fund-raising fund-raising fund-raising organizations. Mr. Narciso became active in Deborah's Deborah's Sterling Chapter, where he served as vice president for the last six years and as president for 10 years before that. He was active with the group right up until his final illness. Last Friday, he had almost completed final final arrangements for the chapter's biggest yearly fund-raising fund-raising fund-raising event Bid and Buy, held each May said Janet Narciso, his daughter-in-law. daughter-in-law. daughter-in-law. daughter-in-law. daughter-in-law. For the last three years, he also served the center as a regional chairman of admissions, helping prospective patients get information information and fill out admission forms. Deborah Foundation secretary Evelyn Diaz said that "basically all of our volunteers are great, some go a bit further in their efforts." He was one of those "who go the extra mile." He was the Sterling Chapter's Man of the Year several years ago. Mr. Narciso was a warehouse manager manager for RCA in Camden for about 30 years before retiring. A Korean War Army veteran, he served with the 395th Military Police, Police, where he escorted Americans back from North Korea as part of an exchange of prisoners in April 1953. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2142 in Cherry Hill and of the American Legion Post 372 in Williamstown. He also was a member of Sons of Italy Lodge 2311 in Haddon Heights, the Atco Lions Club, and the Benevolent Benevolent Protective Order of the. Moose Lodge 548 in Lindenwold. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Mary Auletto Narciso; a son, Joseph; a grandson; and a sister, Dolores Dolores Heinsman. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Ora L. Wooster Funeral Home, 51 Park Blvd., Clementon. Funeral Funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. tomorrow in Assumption Roman Catholic Church, Carl Hasselhan Drive, Atco. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. Memorial donations may be made to Deborah Hospital-Sterling Hospital-Sterling Hospital-Sterling Chapter, Chapter, 2406 Louden Lane, Atco, N.J. 08004.

Clipped from The Philadelphia Inquirer22 Apr 1997, TueMain EditionPage 54

The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)22 Apr 1997, TueMain EditionPage 54
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