Albert Bandura Obituary, Death – Albert Bandura, who had formerly made his home in the community of Cortlandt Manor, New York, passed away in the city of San Antonio, Florida. After living in New York for several years, he relocated to Florida. Mr. Bandura had worked at the Grand Union warehouse in Mount Kisco, New York, during the course of his whole career, which lasted for more than 30 years and concluded with his retirement from the company. After his retirement from the military, he worked at R K Graphics in Cold Spring, New York, and the Beekman County Club in Hopewell Junction, New York. Both of these establishments are located in the state of New York. Before that, he had spent the previous fifty years serving as a member of the Peekskill Volunteer Fire Fighter patrol and contributing to the efforts of the firefighting team.
On June 28, Joaquim Carnerio Bandura and his wife Zulmira Carnerio Bandura had their baby shower in Peekskill to commemorate the arrival of their new child. Christina Coons Bandura was the bride, and the wedding took place at the Assumption Church in Peekskill on June 19, 1960. The day of the wedding was also June 19. The only members of his family to have made it through his passing were his two daughters, Veronica (Anthony) Mantenga and Jacqueline (Christopher) Johnstone, both of Land O’ Lakes, Florida, and Jacqueline (Christopher) Johnstone, of Boynton Beach, Florida, as well as his five grandchildren, Kimberly (Manual) Schoenhuber, Joseph Mantegna, Laura Mantegna, James Dean Johnstone, and Jaxson John One of the many people who remember him even now is his sister Margaret Shaw, who still lives in Hopewell Junction. She is just one of the numerous people who do so.
His wife, Christina Bandura, went away in April 2016, and his son, Albert Bandura Jr., passed away in August 2007. Both of them had already passed away prior to his passing. He was the one who passed away before anybody else. If you have been hurt in any manner over the course of the past year, please accept our deepest condolences for the inconvenience this has caused you. We are sorry that you have to deal with this situation. The previous year was particularly challenging, and we are clinging to the hope that the year 2023 would bring some relief from the misery and suffering that has been endured as a result of the experiences that have been gone through. As we look forward to the possibilities that the future year will provide for each of us, we want you to know that you are in our thoughts. Please take this as reassurance.