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Edward Harold Almeida

10/01/1927 - 12/29/2022

Edward Harold Almeida

10/01/1927 - 12/29/2022

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Obituary For Edward Harold Almeida

Edward H "Eddie" Almeida Sr., 95 of Bristol, RI peacefully passed away December 29 with his wife by his side. Eddie was graciously cared for the by the compassionate team at The Dawn Hill Home for Rehab and Healthcare in Bristol.
He was the husband of Eva G (Palumbo) Almeida, recently celebrating their 72nd anniversary in September.
Born on October 1, 1927, Eddie was the son of Joseph and Conceicao (Andrade) Almeida-Lociano of Bristol RI.
Eddie graduated from Colt Memorial High School Class of 1945 in Bristol. He worked at Rego's Garage on Bay View Ave in Bristol for many years and retired from ITT Royal/Triangle Wire in 1992. He was a WWII Navy Veteran and a part of the greatest generation ever. Eddie is lovingly remembered as a gracious and gentle man, always smiling and chatting with everyone, ready to tell all his stories.
He was a long-time member of the Bristol Elks Lodge, a communicant of St Thomas the Apostle Church in Warren, a member of the choir and a eucharist minister. Eddie was a voracious reader, loved his walks and was a huge football fan, always watching with his wife by his side keeping up on the stats of their favorite NE Patriots. But he especially loved his dinners and spending time with family.
Eddie is survived by his son, Edward H Almeida Jr and his wife Joanne of Springfield MO, his daughters, Judith Clancy and her husband Michael, and Jane Sousa and her husband Joseph all of Warren RI, his son-in-law Thomas Perrotto of Venice, FL, his 7 grandchildren who he adored - Todd Santos of Buffalo NY, Dena (Almeida) Heavin of Ozark MO, Kristeen (Almeida) Richardson of Springfield MO, Michael Clancy Jr of Miami FL, Matthew Sousa of Warren RI, Michelle (Perrotto) Sullivan of Portsmouth RI and Chandelle (Perrotto) Ostiguy of Flower Mound TX. He is also survived by fourteen great grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was the father of the late Peggie (Almeida) Perrotto who passed recently in April. He genuinely loved all of his family so deeply.
He is predeceased by his five siblings; Alice Viera, Lucy Carreiro, and Fred Almeida of Bristol RI, Lorraine Mello of Portsmouth RI and Adelino Almeida of Minster 0hio .
Arrangements are with Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Rd. Warren, RI. Eddie will be honored with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10am at St Thomas the Apostle Church, 500 Metacom Avenue Warren on Saturday, January 14, 2023. His family will receive family and friends at St Thomas the Apostle Church before mass begins. Burial with military honors will follow at St Mary's Cemetery, Vernon St Warren RI.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Eddie's memory to the charity of your choice.
Information/ On-line condolences please visit: www.wjsmithfh.com

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  • To the family, Our condolences at this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

  • We were so sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Eddie. May all your beautiful memories help you through this difficult time. We are wishing you strength, peace and comfort to your family. Rose and Joe McCarthy

  • With Our Condolences. Tom & Elisabeth

  • My condolences to the family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Melva Heavin

  • Quite some time ago, as a young girl, Judy and Jane had invited me over for dinner. That particular evening, Mr. Almeida was making steak sandwiches. I can remember him standing at the stove on Kickemuit Rd. with a big smile on his face while he prepared that meal. I know we had great conversations, however I just can't remember the subject. The smell of the steak was amazing. The Almeida family has played such a big part of my life and I am always and forever grateful to them all. I will miss Mr. Almeida's smile. It was always there. Bless you all. RIP Mr. Almeida.

  • As a friend of the family, I have to say, he touched me with kindness. It was a joy to be with him on those special occasions and talk to him. I will surely miss his smile when he would see me and always remember my name. Truly a real gentleman.

  • Grandpa was the perfect role model of an exemplary family man. We will always miss him greatly.

  • I will miss my dad forever. Rest in peace now dad. Be with Peggie

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