Frederick Algieri

Frederick Algieri

Monday September 24, 1945 - Saturday April 11, 2020
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Loving Husband, Father, Brother, and Grandfather

Frederick Algieri, 74 of West Caldwell, passed away on Saturday, April 11, 2020. Born in Newark, the son of the late Frederick and Marie (DeLuca) Algieri, Frederick was the president of Atlantic Scale Company in Nutley. He was a proud veteran of the National Guard.
Frederick is survived by his beloved wife, Shirley (Frunzi) Algieri; his sons, Fred and Jack Algieri; his brothers, Joseph, Bill, and Bobby Algieri; and 4 grandchildren, Valerie, Nicholas, Brooke, and Dino.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital,, would be preferred.

Funeral Service will be held privately.
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From the DiGeronimo's -Rich, Joanne, Julia and Richard

Posted at 10:20pm
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Patrick Kennedy

Posted at 10:56am
I was so sorry to hear of Fred's passing and I want to express my utmost honor at having known a man as great as Fred and his work example to me over these past 22 years. He always had a smile and a laugh which made my day better whenever we got together. To the whole Algieri family, I have never seen a business that even gets close to The Atlantic Scale family that I experienced working together with daily. As a fellow veteran we sometimes spoke about our shared experiences. I will miss him dearly.

Michael Ross

Posted at 10:54am
Had the pleasure of meeting Fred over 20 years ago. From the moment I met him it was obvious this was a man of commitment; to his family, to his company family, to his business and business partners, friends and community. Am humbled to consider him a friend. He set a high example of what it means to be a good person. Will be missed greatly by all.

Jack Blakley

Posted at 09:14am
I knew Fred Algieri for more than 30 years, both professionally and personally. I looked forward to our times together as a reminder of how to do things correctly. He was passionate, fair, and honest in every way and this inspired the same from those around him. He and his brothers created something incredibly special, and his legacy will live on in the team that survives his passing. There were countless times when a visit to Fred helped reset my sense of purpose, and reminded me that doing things the right way brought their own special rewards. He was a good friend and will be missed. Jack Blakley

Ian Ciesniewski

Posted at 03:24pm
I first met Fred 21 years ago. His warmth, friendship and dignity shone through like a beacon. Since that day, I have been proud and honored to consider Fred as a friend and someone who I look up to. For many years I have held Fred up as an example of how to conduct myself, and most importantly, how to treat others. I always looked forward to my time with Fred, and will miss him terribly. I am proud to have had fred in my life.

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