ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Armando Altamura, 82 years old, born on February 9, 1928, and passed away on March 4, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Jennifer Jena Miller on March 5, 2012
I can remember Vicky & I driving him crazy going around the stop sign at the corner of our Pierce street house. He was always afraid someone whould steal us or we'd run off to the am/pm without telling anyone. He was a giant at that age to me, but always the nicer~ and always in the yard.
Posted by Jennifer Jena Miller on March 5, 2012
and that's where he was, u see 20 yrs after i left Vallejo , I came back for a visit. When I drove by on my way to my parents house There he was~ In the yard the same way he was 20 years earlier. It was almost as if nothing changed, a lil greyier. I love this family. I love you Vicky, chin up. daddy doesn't want any of his girls to be sad.
Posted by zandria heaps on April 11, 2011
A beautiful man and father!! I always remember the kind Armando as a thankful appreciative person. He was always hospitable when I came to visit. He will be truly missed and thought of as a angel looking down upon his family and friends.
Posted by antoinette tremayne on March 4, 2011
march 4 2011 today is your one year since you left me . im dying inside feels like it did when it happend i love u daddy always and forevrr i will never stop missin you love ur baby girl vicky
Posted by jennifer millr on February 25, 2011
I met Armando when I was well.. before I can remember. They were our next door neighbor in Vallejo.. I remember him being so tall when I was little. I remember him working at C and H sugar co. and his dark brown chair he sat in when he got home from work. He was the nicest of Vicky's parents and always wanted us to eat. Great man, he loved doing work in the yard, id drive by and he'd be out there.
Posted by jennifer millr on February 25, 2011
Wish he was around to say Hello and just to hear him talk, deep voice but kind heart. He used to hate it when we rode our big wheels, I can still hear him sayin' stay out of the street~slow down~and be careful~ and don't talk to those boys @ the mini market, Just get your ice cream and get home. Great man~ loved his daughter more than life~ the grand daughters were his smile. God Speed Armando :)

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Posted by Jennifer Jena Miller on March 5, 2012
I can remember Vicky & I driving him crazy going around the stop sign at the corner of our Pierce street house. He was always afraid someone whould steal us or we'd run off to the am/pm without telling anyone. He was a giant at that age to me, but always the nicer~ and always in the yard.
Posted by Jennifer Jena Miller on March 5, 2012
and that's where he was, u see 20 yrs after i left Vallejo , I came back for a visit. When I drove by on my way to my parents house There he was~ In the yard the same way he was 20 years earlier. It was almost as if nothing changed, a lil greyier. I love this family. I love you Vicky, chin up. daddy doesn't want any of his girls to be sad.
Posted by zandria heaps on April 11, 2011
A beautiful man and father!! I always remember the kind Armando as a thankful appreciative person. He was always hospitable when I came to visit. He will be truly missed and thought of as a angel looking down upon his family and friends.
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The gift

Shared by antoinette tremayne on April 11, 2011

when dad found out he was going to have a great granddaughter he was so excited i will never forget the day we went to target to buy the baby shower gift a highchair for his newest additon he picked it himself and with the biggest smile on his face carried it to register and told everyone who would listenn this for my new great granddaugter everyone said how cute he so excited . proudest day next to being a grandpa .

his pride and joys

Shared by antoinette tremayne on April 11, 2011

these four girls my daddys granddaughters brought the biggest smile to his   face. he was the proudest grandpa ever. he loved them so much.. I know he misses them as much as they miss him .

 

My Daddy

Shared by antoinette tremayne on February 25, 2011

My daddy was the best daddy in the world. He had a hard side to him but he had a heart of gold. he never told me no even if i was wrong. He looked at me and his grandkids like we were the most perfect people in the world. My daddy touched lifes no matter where he went . He always worked in his yard so anyone who drove by here got a smile and a wave. My dad sent christmas gifts to everyone that ever helped him doctors . mailman. gardner. anyone if they did him right once he remembered them for life. My daddy was my hero , the rock the man i could always count on . he never let me down even tho he liked to seem so tuff he was putty in my hands. I was and will always be daddys little girl.  the day my dad took his last breath was the day my heart stopped beating normal . it skips a beat for him everyday .He may be gone but he will never be forgotten . RIP daddy i love u now and forever .