Albert E. "Albie" Naumann

Born: Sat., Oct. 20, 1951
Died: Sun., Jul. 7, 2019


4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Jul. 11, 2019
Location: Rocco Funeral Home

Prayer Service

10:00 AM to 10:30 AM, Fri., Jul. 12, 2019
Location: Rocco Funeral Home

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Albert E. “Albie” Naumann
Of East Boston, on July 7th, age 67. Beloved husband of Aiko (Matayoshi). Loving father of Erick Naumann and his wife Erin of Boston, Alex Naumann and his wife Kelley of Wakefield and Danny Naumann of Malden. Son of the late Frederick  and Barbara (Rose) Naumann.  Brother of Freddy “Spike” Naumann and the late Daniel and Barbara Naumann. Also survived by 4 grandchildren: Brayden, Avery, A.J. and Clara. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St., Everett, on Friday, July 12 at 9:30 am. A Prayer Service will be held in the funeral home at 10:00 am. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours will be Thursday, July 11 from 4-8 pm with complementary valet parking. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Albie’s memory may be made to Boston’s Wounded Veterans: Attn: Vet Ride, ITAM, Post 6, 60 Paris Street, E. Boston, MA  02128 or He was a union HVAC Steam Engineer and a late Marine Corp Vietnam Veteran.    

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Donna Vines
   Posted Tue July 09, 2019
Dear Aiko, Eric, Alex, Daniel and families. Please accept our condolences and prayers for the passing of Albie. I know we don't see each other often but you are all in our thoughts. I am so sorry Albie was a one of a kind and special person. He will be missed.
love, Donna and David and families

Cousin Dotty Frongello Forsberg
   Posted Tue July 09, 2019
Dear Aiko and family, I have so many happy and bratty memories shared with Albie. All us cousin's had such crazy, happy times together driving Nana Rose nuts down the camp. Even though we have all lost contact my prayers are with you all.

Cousin Barbara Frongello
   Posted Wed July 10, 2019
so sorry to hear about Albie passing. my condolences to his entire family. Last time I saw him is when he returned form the marines with his lovely bride Aiko. He was a mean lean fighting machine back then. I am glad to have had him as my cousin and growing up with him in my formative years. I will always remember him as a little kid, always getting into some sort of mischief along with my little sister Dotty back when we spent summers at the camp in Gloucester. My thoughts are with you all at this time and maybe some day our paths will cross. God bless

Richard Anthony
   Posted Wed July 10, 2019

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Dear Dan: We were saddened to hear about the passing of your father. You and your family are in our thoughts & prayers. With Sincere Condolences, Professional Planning Group

Ruth Ann Hendricks
   Posted Wed July 10, 2019
I am so sorry to read of your father's passing my dear old friends. Much love and prayers to you and your families....

Mike DIndia
   Posted Sat July 13, 2019
Aiko, My condolences to you and the family. I played football with Albie on the fittons for quite a few years and have never met a guy who had more passion and heart then your husband. He was a great teammate and inspiration to all of us who were associated with him. I apologize for not being at the wake. I will always remember Albie as a great teammate and even better friend.

Debbie Naumann
   Posted Sun July 21, 2019
I wish I had come back since my dad had passed but it was just to hard. I haven't talked to Uncle Albie in a few yrs but he always called me to check-in. I only wish he got to meet my boys when they were older and see how much they look like Naumanns. I will never forget when Albie and Auntie Aiko gave me one of the best birthday presents ever when I was young! it sticks with me my barbie camper! our family was important every sunday spent with big nana and little nana at the camp in Gloucester, Everyone was there and boy did we have a feast every week, and Auntie Aiko always winning the poker games! uncle Albie was always kind to us alwYs laughing and making us laugh and always smiling! Uncle Albie I will miss you always and only wish I had seen you at least one more time. Auntie Aiko, Erick, Alex, and Danny I am so sorry for your loss and my prayers and thoughts are with you and your families in this sad time of sorrow. I love you all be well. love always, Deb