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Robert Alfano

October 20, 1966 - April 13, 2016

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Thursday, April 21, 2016
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11:00 AM to 11:45 AM

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Robert Alex Alfano, age 49, of Raleigh N.C. passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, April 13, 2016.

Rob was his happiest when he was with his children Adam and Addisen. He was proud to watch his son play basketball and loved taking his daughter to Karate. He enjoyed shopping at thrift stores and flea markets, as well as listening to rock music with his daughter.

Rob was a loving father, husband, son and brother. He had a kind heart and was a devoted person. Those who love him would say he was full of life.

Rob was retired from the Sheriff’s department and proudly served four years in the Navy and the Reserves. He was a Gulf War veteran serving on the U.S.S. Barney and the U.S.S. Elrod.

Rob is survived by his wife of almost 20 years, Lorrie Alfano, son Adam Alfano, daughter Addisen Alfano, one brother Frank (Linda) Alfano and one sister Alexis (Bob) Higgins.

Rob is preceded in death by his father Francis N. Alfano, and mother Eliza Law Alfano, father-in-law Michael Laughter, uncle Nicholas Francis Alfano and brother-in-law William Laughter.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the children’s college funds, made out to:
Lorrie Alfano / College Fund for Alfano Children
ACCT #: 7200000755
Bank of North Carolina
4525 Falls of Neuse Road
Raleigh, NC 27609
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Sebastian Dees
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April 20, 2016
Rob, was like a 2nd dad and Adam, Lori and Addison like a true extension of our family.

Sebastian, loved Rob!

Rob always joked with him, but moreover, treated him like a 2nd son. He would spend hours entertaining the boys! He never, ever seemed to mind hanging out with a couple of teenagers all day.

My son spent countless days and nights with the Alfano's and he loved every minute of it.

I was always throughly and pleasantly pleased with the way he welcomed and nurtured my son. He often called him squirrel, due to the funny faces that were made.

Robert Alfano was a warm and generous soul.

I am so happy that we had the pleasure of knowing him!

See you on the other side Rob!!

Love, Crystal & Sebastian Dees
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Lori, I just read this and I'm so sorry for your loss , I know its been many years since I seen you but I wanted to let you know your in my prayers and thoughts .


Misty Robertson -Connell
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Dearest Alfano family
All my family the Martinsons' and Fernandez,&Wellborns send our deepest heartfelt sympathy. We are all praying that God will give you all strength and love as you grieve for Robbie. May your love & memories sustain you and give your family peace. God bless and keep you.
Eloise Fernandez-Cantrell
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My deepest sorrow for your loss. My prayers for you all. God Speed!

Tom Beckham
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We are so sorry for your loss Lorrie, Adam and Addisen. We were neighbors with Rob and Lorrie and watched the kids grow since Adam was small and Addisen was born. Rob was a great guy and always made us laugh, especially at the garage sales they had. My nephew would try to bargain with him to try and buy everything, lol. We ALWAYS saw him outside with the kids. Basketball, bikes, football, etc. He was a wonderful dad and husband. He always was there to lend a hand. We will miss him.
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Alf worked for me while I was in charge of training. He was a great friend and co-worker. He will be terribly missed. RIP Alf
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Alf was a good friend and a great Sergeant working with me back in the time, will miss him greatly. The world lost a great man.
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I'll never forget you brother, all the years we worked side by side. You were one of the best ! May God carry your family in the palm of his hand. Until we meet again......
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