Albert M. Restucci – 8/30/2021

September 4th, 2021

Albert M. Restucci, 79 of Upper Chichester, PA passed away on Monday, August 30, 2021. Born on October 26, 1941 son of the late James A. and Reba H. Restucci in Eddystone, PA.
Al or Butch as he was known to family and friends graduated from Eddystone High School in 1959 where he was a three sport athlete in Football, Basketball and Baseball. Al was a Veteran of the Army.
Al was a bartender for many years most notably at The Grey Fox Inn and The Wharf Tavern in Aston, PA where he developed many local customers and friendships over the years.
Al enjoyed playing the horses and numbers, casinos, golf, visiting the shore and spending time with his family. He was an avid sports fan especially the Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies and Flyers. He was a lifelong member of The American Legion Post 926 in Aston, PA.
Al was preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Shirley Hillard and Jean Bogan and his Wife, Carolyn A. Restucci.
Al is survived by his daughters, Jacqueline Quigley (Steve), Aliza Coventry (Martin), Stephanie Faust (Michael), stepson, Michael Losak, grandchildren, Mikey, Alexis, Brooke, Joseph, Natalie, Elizabeth and Owen.
Graveside service will be held on Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Cemetery, 450 N. Union Street, Kennett Square, PA.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions to the Veterans Administration, Wilmington Healthcare System, Voluntary Services Office, 1601 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington, DE 19805.

5 thoughts on “Albert M. Restucci – 8/30/2021

  • By Aliza Coventry on

    Dad today you are at peaceđź’• Love you always XOXO

  • By Joe Coventry on

    I miss you so very much, our last couple conversations we had are held very close to my heart. I will never forget the times we spent together my whole life. Sitting with you at our kitchen table talking about everything and anything while you drank your cappuccino or sitting with you on the porch while you had your cigar. I pray we meet again in heaven one day, God willing. I love you poppop, may your soul be at rest in Jesus Mighty Name.
    Love, Joe

  • By Suzanne Hilliard on

    Uncle Butch you were the best. I know you’re out of pain, and can now rest. Love you.

  • By Jackie Restucci Quigley on

    Dad, I can’t believe you are no longer with us. I miss you so much and our daily talks. I pray you are at peace and no longer in pain – you were so very brave. You were the best Dad and I love and miss you terribly. Love, Jackie.

  • By Marianne Savitski on

    Jacqueline, Aliza, and Stephanie. I’m so sorry about Your dad’s passing. Sending love and hugs your way.

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