John A. Allegretto

April 15, 2022

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    • Obituary
      John A. Allegretto passed away near his home in Rancho Mirage, CA on April 15, 2022 after battling a severe infection for a number of weeks. He was 61 years old.

      John is survived by his son, John J. and daughter-in-law, Kristin; granddaughter, Harper; wife, residing in California, Angela; and siblings, Nick, Tommy, and Krisayn, along with their respective spouses; and many nephews, nieces, and cousins.

      John was born in Hazleton to Nick and Lucy Allegretto on October 25, 1960. After graduating high school, John began work as a carpenter, a skill he learned from his father and grandfather. John would go on to become an executive in his industry and start multiple construction management businesses. His profession made him a key person in the building of high-rises, hospitals, universities, sports stadiums, and many other commercial buildings and homes.   

      John loved a good meal, playing golf, and relaxing in the warm sun. He was not one to take things too seriously, overreact, or worry. John was a devoted father who impressed the importance of education, integrity, and work ethic on his son and anyone else who would listen. John was generous with his time and would help those in need whenever it was within his ability to do so. He is deeply missed and fondly remembered by his family, friends, and colleagues.

      John’s family will be holding a Memorial and Celebration of Life on Sunday, May 22, 2022 at: Carmen’s Country Inn & Gardens, 364 Freedom Rd, Drums, PA 18222. All are welcome to attend between 1 and 3 p.m. for dessert and beverages. John hated a funeral but loved a good party, so please do your best to come wearing a smile and dressed in dressy-casual attire.

      No sympathy gifts or flowers are requested, but should anyone wish to make a gift in John’s memory, a donation may be made to the Allegretto Family Charitable Fund or by mailing a check made payable to: “Allegretto Family Charitable Fund c/o CCCF”, 28 West Market Street, West Chester, PA 19382. An initial gift will be made to the First Tee Program, with long-term gifts being made in John’s memory to support education, with a focus on trade skills/construction and entrepreneurship.
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