Alfred G. DeCicco

After a long battle with cancer, Alfred G. DeCicco 74, passed away peacefully, at his home on Sunday, March 28, 2021. Fred was born in Bristol, Connecticut on October 10, 1946. His parents, Alfred and Mary DeCicco, raised their family in West Hartford, where he grew up with his sister.

While working, as a salesman for Hartz Mountain Corporation, Fred met his wife of 43 years, Marjorie Knight. They moved to Ballston Spa, where he worked as a truck driver/long hauler for Logistics One, in Saratoga Springs, until he retired.

Fred was a hard worker, but still had time to enjoy camping and boating with his family. He was always ready for an adventure and was willing to go anywhere with anyone who asked. Fred’s kindness and compassion made a difference in so many lives. Anyone who met him will miss his silly nature and cheesy smile.

Fred is survived and celebrated by his wife Margie; children Gina Lentz (Michael), Karie DeCicco (Don Brooks), and Shawn Therrien; grandchildren Abby, Ryan, Adley, Brezlin, Kylier, Amanda, and Keith; great grandchild Luke; his sister Elena Kelley; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A celebration of Fred’s life will be held in May 2021. Memorial contributions in memory of Fred may be designated to Randy’s Patient Assistance Fund at C.R. Wood Cancer Center, Glens Falls Hospital, 100 Park St., Glens Falls NY 12801.

Guest Book

Janis Adajian Lischeid

We lived at 30 Avondale and DeCicco’s lived at 26...we had so many intertwining memories! I remember what a wild man Freddie was...a WH cruiser was a common sight in their driveway, but he always had a sweet smile and a devilish twinkle in his eye to make up for it! I was always good friends with his sister, Elena, so there were many, many interactions. End of an era for in peace Freddie, dear neighbor.

Susan White

Fred you were such an amazing man!! Always smiling and enjoying the company of others!! My daughters just adored you for the years you and Margie took care of them, always making silly faces and interacting with them, you will always be Samantha's Freddie!! We are so glad to have had you in our lives and you will be greatly missed, we love you!!

Mary Ann Manning

My sincere condolences To Margie and her family.
Our daughters went to school together from preschool to their Senior year of high school.
Our families shared many great memories together.
Fred will be missed greatly. Sending all my love and prayers to all.
You are all in my heart
Rest In Peace Fred.