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Alberto Cesar Delloca

Passed 10/10/2022

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Alberto Cesar Delloca

Passed 10/10/2022

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Obituary For Alberto Cesar Delloca

Alberto Cesar Delloca passed away at age 76 on Monday, October 10, 2022, lovingly holding hands with his wife, Alicia Wanda Pawlowski, and their only daughter, Janina Delloca-Pawlowski.

He was born on February 7, 1946 along with his twin sister, Teresita Noemi Delloca, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to his father Dr. Alberto Jenofonte Delloca who was an Orthodontist Dentist and his mother Josefa Catalina Pafumi who was a wonderful pianist. He graduated from The University of Buenos Aires and has his Masters Degree in Accounting and Marketing. He was an Accounting Professor at The Catholic University of Buenos Aires for several years where he was revered by his students. He was the Chief Financial Officer at an aluminum company in Buenos Aires until the mid-1980s when due to the Argentine economy he moved to the Unites States to seek a better future with his wife and daughter. He worked as an Accountant with a particular passion for Forensic Accounting.

In his spare time he proudly celebrated his Argentine patriotism. He was the Founder of the The Argentine Association of New England in 1990. Throughout the years his commitment to the Argentine community continued to grow and he represented Argentina at Boston’s annual International Festival, he worked closely with the Argentine consulate in New York to bring necessary services and events to Boston, partnered with the Latin American Consuls for the Annual Ibero-American Film Festival showcasing cultural films and welcomed various diplomats to Boston. He was a great admirer of former Argentine President Domingo Faustino Sarmiento for his passion for education, was the Founder of the Sarmiento Institute of Boston and he was featured in the documentary on Sarmiento’s life linked here.

https://vimeo.com/232678818

He was also a Founding Member of the Amigos de La Fragata Libertad supporting the Argentine Tall Ship and enjoyed a private voyage aboard along with many receptions aboard in both Boston and Buenos Aires. He was a very proud Mason of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts Logia America in Cambridge where he held various positions throughout the years including Secretary, Treasurer, Senior Warden, Lodge Ambassador, Masonic Home Representative, Trustee and Worshipful Master. People trusted him for advice. He did things following his heart not to receive recognition and was always willing to help selflessly.

He was a reserved and unassuming man yet he orchestrated an intricate plan to meet his wife Alicia after he saw her take the professor’s desk during their first year of college. It’s undeniable that they have been best friends for 57 years and were always scheming a fun real estate project together. Next April 27, they would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

Despite all of his accolades, the thing he seemed most proud of were his grandchildren William Alberto Cunningham (Age 4) and Catalina Alicia Cunningham (Age 3) who lovingly called him Ito, short for Abuelito. When he was a young boy, his own maternal Sicilian grandfather referred to him as “como Mejico no hay dos” meaning that even at a young age it was clear that he was truly one of a kind.

He loved his dogs, especially his current dog Oliver. He skillfully lit the charcoal grill for the weekend asados with just one match. He had a sweet tooth and enjoyed ice cream at any hour, anything with Dulce de Leche, and he loved Sprite and Ginger Ale so much it’s now referred to it as “Ito’s water.”

He is survived by his wife, Alicia Wanda Pawlowski. Daughter Janina Delloca-Pawlowski, son-in-law Kyle Leigh Cunningham, and two grandchildren William Alberto Cunningham and Catalina Alicia Cunningham. His twin sister, Teresita Noemi Delloca, and younger brother Dr. Raul Oscar Delloca of Madrid, Spain, and dearest childhood friend Irma Maria Rosa Manriquez of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The family invites friends to join them celebrate Alberto’s life on Friday, October 14, from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Biggins Funeral Home. There will be a Mass on Saturday, October 15, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Hingham followed by a gathering at his daughter and son-in-law’s home at 768 Main Street, Hingham. Burial will at Our lady of Częstochowa Shrine Cemetery in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

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  • 10/16/2022

    Mi cariñoso recuerdo para mi primo, quien también fuera queridisimo ahijado de Miruchi, mi mamá. Hermosos momentos de infancia y adolescencia se van con él. Abrazo a Alicia y Nani. "El dolor de hoy es parte de la felicidad de entonces." Marta Pafumi

  • 10/14/2022

    Mi más sentido pésame a toda la familia,Alberto muchas gracias por los lindos momentos que hemos pasado juntos en casa de Mara y Guido .descansa en paz

  • 10/14/2022

  • 10/13/2022

    Enorme abrazo para toda su familia, en especial a su hermosa hija, su mujer Alicia y sus hermanos Teresita y Raúl. Desde Argentina estamos con ustedes .Nuestro más sincero pésame.

  • 10/13/2022

    Un gran amigo de tantos años Alberto siempre recordare sus buenos consejos, casi un padre ! Un fuerte abrazo a Alicia y familia Mi mas sentido pesame 🙏 que en paz descanse 🙏

  • 10/12/2022

    A nuestro estimado Alberto, gracias por todo lo que hizo por la comunidad Argentina. Mi más sentido pesame a su compañera Alicia de casi toda su vida y familia, QEPD

  • 10/12/2022

    La Asociación Argentina de Nueva Inglaterra y la comunidad de Argentinos en Boston lamenta la partida de nuestro querido Alberto. Nuestras más sinceras condolencias a la familia.

  • 10/12/2022

    Mi sincero pesar y mis condolencias a la familia de Alberto. Tuve suerte de compartir con ALberto en la Asociación Argentina de Boston que el formó y por la cual dedicaba su tiempo y energía desinteresadamente.

  • 10/12/2022

  • 10/12/2022

    El Argentinian Jewish Relief Committee lamenta la muere de un amigo de muchos años. Nuestras condolencias a su familia.

  • 10/12/2022

    A wonderful man and clearly doting father. My deepest condolences.

  • 10/12/2022

    My deepest sympathy for the family. I will hold the memories we shared together so close to my heart WM:. Alberto Delloca. My condolences. WM:. Renato Orna.

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