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Alexander Anthony Squitiere

June 8, 1955 ~ January 7, 2022 (age 66)

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Alexander Anthony Squitiere

June 8, 1955 - January 7, 2022 - 66 years 

Alexander “Alex” Anthony Squitiere, 66, passed away peacefully during sleep the morning of January 7, 2022.

  Born in Bryn Mawr, PA on June 8, 1955 to the late Alexander Anthony Squitiere Sr. and Margaret Grace Squitiere (nee Liberato). Alex lived in Malvern, PA , attending St. Patrick’s Elementary School, and Great Valley High School.

  The remainder of his journey through life, started in 1975 with his marriage to surviving wife of 46 years, Paula Squitiere (nee Medland). After working 16 years for his father in law’s business, Alex and Paula formed their own business in the Cottage Embroidery Industry until they retired after 22 years.

 

Cherished Children: 

Son Jason A. Squitiere & Daughter-in-law Meredith Squitiere (nee Reardon) of Downingtown.

Daughter Anna C. Hansen-Squitiere & Son-in-law Kyle Hansen of Elverson.

Daughter Karen A. Squitiere of Troy, PA Martha Lloyd Community Services.

 

  Some of his favorite rememberences were his trips to Italy, vacations to the American Southwest, Yellowstone National Park, and yearly summer vacations in Rehoboth Beach with his family. Favorite pastimes were baseball and golf with his golf buddies. 

 

  Alex leaves behind many relatives and friends. Cards and letters of condolence are welcome. In lieu of flowers or donations, Alex would have wanted you to love, and spend time with your family.

  

  Due to the serious health and safety concerns of our relatives and friends at this time, our family has made the decision to honor and celebrate Alex's life in a casual setting at a later date in lieu of a traditional funeral service. Please respect this difficult decision as we navigate through this very tough time.

 

  Alex was the most thoughtful, selfless, loving person to anyone that knew him. I will miss him dearly.

-Paula

 

  I miss him very much.  I love him.

-Karen

 

  Words alone cannot even begin to summarize my father and my love for him. Dad always found a reason to celebrate the simplest of joys in this life with us. My family and I will remember him most for his amazing laughter, unconditional love, and his incredible devotion to his family and closest friends. He is forever in my heart.

-Anna

 

  Alex cared deeply for his family and his friends. He never asked anything of anyone, he only gave. He gave his time, his wisdom and his love unconditionally. He was a selflessly supportive father. No matter the choices we made in life, he supported us completely. He was the best father that anyone could hope for. I only wish we could have spent more time together with him on this earth. This world is lesser without him. I miss him tremendously. I love you, Dad. I love you forever.

-Jason

 

  Alex shared unconditional love, devotion and generosity to all those he knew. He was a creative, caring, giving and supportive person. He loved spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed traveling, especially to Italy, National Parks, and summer trips to the beach. He enjoyed watching Philadelphia sports teams and golf as well as walking and taking care of his grand-dogs. He was an all around handyman and could do almost any home project himself. He would help anyone in any way he could. We loved him dearly and will miss him beyond words.

-Meredith


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