Angelito Dela Cruz

Obituary of Angelito Dela Cruz

Angelito C. Dela Cruz, 75, of Speigletown, Town of Schaghticoke, beloved husband of over 53 years of Violeta Salvador Dela Cruz of Speigletown, entered into eternal life on Friday, October 9, 2020. Born in Batangas, Philippines, he was the son of the late Jose and Magdalena Coponpon Dela Cruz. He was an alumnus of St. Joseph’s Academy Philippines Class of 1961. Angelito held numerous jobs to support his family including working as a Computer Operator at EEI in the Philippines. Survived by his loving and devoted wife Violeta, children Maria Crisanta DiGiulio of Speigletown, Joselino Dela Cruz and Alexander Dela Cruz, both of the Philippines, brother Gregorio Dela Cruz of the Philippines, cherished grandchildren John Joseph, Adrian Christopher, Angelo, Anna Lorraine Batifora, Ara Justin Hermias, Ashley Eirylle Dela Cruz, Michael and Matthew DiGiulio, and Leslie Elaine Dela Cruz, also survived by 6 adored great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Dearly nicknamed Angel, his family and friends will always remember him for his kindness, wisdom, generosity, thoughtfulness, and his charismatic personality. The family has arranged for private funeral services and entombment in the Gardner Earl Memorial Chapel Columbarium in the Oakwood Cemetery in Troy. Those desiring, may make memorial contributions to Transfiguration Parish, 50 Hillview Drive, Troy, NY 12182, in memory of Angelito C. DelaCruz. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted by the family to the White-Sanvidge Funeral Home, 58 Leversee Rd. (RT-40 in Speigletown), Troy, New York 12182. Phone (518) 235-0952. Please Share a Memory of Add Condolence using the tabs/drop-downs on this website.
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