albert theodore ceccardi
  • 68 years old
  • Date of birth: Jul 27, 1947
  • Place of birth:
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
  • Date of passing: Oct 31, 2015
  • Place of passing:
    Glendale, Arizona, United States
You will NEVER be forgotten, you are not only my Dad, but my Very BEST FRIEND!!! JILL
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, albert ceccardi, 68, born on July 27, 1947 and passed away on October 31, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Missy Harper on 4th February 2017

"Al I want you to know  I think about you and wow!
I can't believe you're gone. You taught me a lot ...
I wish I could of day and talked about it.
I miss you friend"

This tribute was added by Jill Ceccardi on 25th December 2016

"Merry Christmas to the Best Dad Ever , u are my very Best Friend, life will NEVER be the same without you !! I LOve you DAD"

This tribute was added by Jill Ceccardi on 18th April 2016

"Dad... I loveYou so much i think about you all day everyday...."

This tribute was added by cheri adame on 10th February 2016

"I would just like to share a memory I had with you before I ever met jill. I think jill, you where in prison at this time. Anthony had taken me over to see you. You live in the apartments behind Safeway on 33 Rd . Ave. Northern. You couldn't really talk, I think you were just out of the hospital. Anyways, we went to check on you and you opened the door with no shirt and a walking cane, but I remember that I stayed and talked to you cuz Anthony had to meet up with his friend. We talked about jill, and you were kinda complaining about some things she did that you didn't like, you were saying that she was due out pretty soon and you weren't sure what to expect. Hope she was going to b a little more calm and stay away from all the bullshit get a job and get somewhere. We also talked about I believe you as a vet and the war. I'm almost positive, cuz I always liked talking with or listening to stories about history from people who lived thru it. And we even had time to spare and talk about some of the antiques you had displayed around your place. One in particular was part of a newspaper about " THE KENNEDY" ASSASSINATION. YOU ONLY HAD THE cover PART OF THE ARTICLE. And I too am fond of and collected very similar items and love antiques. That's when you told me that the part of the paper you were missing was the inside part that had pictures of Jackline carrying  or walking next to her husbands casket. I said oh, well I have the same papers from that day. But your dad argued and said theirs no way I had that piece. I argued I know I do. So he said if you have that paper bring it back to him and he'd give me 100.00. I said alright I'll be back. Eventually Anthony returned and we left. Shortly afterward i would meet fred. And lived with him, and he mentioned your name a few times here and their. So, i mentioned our conversation. Of course he said he aint got no money to forget about it. About 2.5 years would go by and I just could forget. Even if you didn't have any money I just wanted to show you I did have it. But I never pushed myself to make it, due to the fact that by that the was a little issue between fred me and jill. Which is really stupid to do. So many times I think back on things I wanted to do or people I wanted to just stop in and say hi, but never did and never had another chance before it was too late, only because it would cause a problem SD omen here with someone. I don't ever want to find myself doing or not doing anything because of someone else. I do what I want cuz I want to. Lol sounds all good. Anyway, so one day on my many move outs from Fred's I was sifting thru all my shit (down sizing), I pulled out that paper. I stopped fred and said hey, when you go back over to Al's could you take him this paper, I want to see if he remembers the conversation. He said sure. I doubt he ever took it. I'm sorry I never stopped by to see you before you pasted. It wasn't like we really knew each other, but I had a good strong conversation with you. I just liked it. No matter if you cared about what we were talking about or if you just thought I was cute. Etc. And of all people to bring me over to meet you, Anthony Lane . I guess he was good for a few things. Regardless I M thankful that I had the opportunity to have met you. That day I will forever remeber.unfortunately I never had the chance to say by, in person. So I'll say it now, may you fever rest in peace my friend. Jill, I'm so sorry for your loss. No matter what he Wil always live forever  with in you."

This tribute was added by Jill Ceccardi on 29th January 2016


This tribute was added by Kevin Allison on 24th November 2015

"Al Ceccardi was a hell of a man, and a good friend of mine. He could lighten or darken any place, at anytime, depending on the situation. He never gave up any ground that he was holding, no matter what. That was a trust that was never doubted.   Al was fearless, careless, and wreckless when it came to living life like he thought his life should be lived. But man did he do alot of living in the time he was given. I'm sure none can dispute that fact. He loved life, friends, and family. He will be missed. Until we meet again brother!"

This tribute was added by Julie Wiles on 22nd November 2015

"Al you were always so sweet and funny and loyal. You are a wonderful man who will live in our hearts forever. Jill loves you so much and will carry on but life will never be the same. I love you Al!!!!"

This tribute was added by Michelle Morrison on 22nd November 2015

"Al Ceccardi was a great person and friend.  He would  do anything he could to help. Not  just his family and friends.  He was there for so many. I love him  so very much.  Even though we did not see much of each other in the past year or so. He will always be loved by me and in my heart.  He is in peace now. I miss you, I love you always. You are one in a million."

This tribute was added by Tammy Compton on 22nd November 2015

"Al i was glad to see you ecspecially your smile (you had your teeth by the way) but you probably knew that just giving your daughter a hard time like always ....
we had some good times and only a few bad times but i will always be thankful that we crossed paths when we did i am proud to say you are my freind and and no regrets remember ...
i know you are watching everyone right now but dont you fret cause shes got this just like always so relax finally and dont be scared of anything it is your time to be free of lifes worries besides your
Al Ceccardi and your taking over anyways right i will miss you lots but think of you always see you when i get there until then no writing on bathroom walls or in the tub  LOL  just saying"

This tribute was added by Tammy Compton on 22nd November 2015

"I am so glad i came to see him and we took pictures it was good timing im sure he feels the same way ,i am sorry for your loss just believe in your heart he is in good hands and so proud of you for all you have done and dont you forget that not for one minute you are the best thing that ever happened in his life and he knows it and so should you
he will forever be in your heart and on your mind and he will always be safe there ......
always your freind
my condolences to you"

This tribute was added by Katy Birney on 22nd November 2015

"If your dad could only see you even good willed. I love you girl. I'll be there."

This tribute was added by Katy Birney on 22nd November 2015

"There will never be another you. Jill stood by you. God bless her tenacious spirit.  She is one in a million. Your legacy lives on through a strong spirit. Jill will always fight the good fight. You did well my friend. You did very well. God bless you girl...I'll always be here for you...tho maybe not close...I'm here."

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