Aldo L. Oggiani, 89, formerly of Housatonic  

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Aldo L. Oggiani, 89, formerly of North Plain Road in  Housatonic, Mass., died Thursday March 26, 2015 at Laurel Lake Nursing and Rehab Center. He was born on February 20, 1926 in Great Barrington, son to Carlo and Bridida (Dandrea) Oggiani. Aldo was a 1944 graduate of the former Searles High School, after high school Aldo proudly served his country with the U.S. Marine Corps during WWII. Aldo worked as an area auto salesman for many years, and he was also a past member of the Housatonic Fire Department. Aldo’s wife Rose Marie “Dolly” (Smachetti) Oggiani predeceased him on June 16, 1990. Aldo is survived by one son, Gary Oggiani and his wife Mary of Great Barrington, one daughter, Theresa Oggiani of Kinderhook NY and two grandchildren, Gina Oggiani and Taylor Oggiani.

In keeping with Aldo’s wishes there are no calling hours and burial will be private. BIRCHES-ROY FUNERAL HOME, 33 South St., Great Barrington MA 01230 entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be made through birchesroyfuneralservices.com.


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