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Albert Talley

ALBERT C. TALLEY, age 69, dedicated and longtime Sears and SEPTA employee, passed away peacefully on February 19, 2019. Devoted husband to Donna (nee Jurgelewicz). Loving father to Brett Talley (Karen) and Derek Talley (Michele). Beloved grandfather to David Albert Talley. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing Sunday, February 24, 2019 from 9:30am until 11:30am at Louis A. DiGIACOMO, INC. FUNERAL HOME, 1055 Southampton Rd., Phila., followed by services 11:45am. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Alzheimer’s Association at Share memories at

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02/21/19 02:27 PM #1    

Janet Troilo (Whitely)

Oh, my goodness! ! So sad to hear this. And he just had his birthday! ! Gone too soon

02/22/19 07:34 AM #2    

Kathie Popolo (Jesser)

Although I have not seen Al since our days at Olney High, I remember him as a very kind and very funny man. I would always tell him to do his homework, so he nicknamed me, "the wife". He had an engaging and captivating smile and always made attending class so much fun. My deepest sympathy to his family. 

02/22/19 11:31 AM #3    

Charles Shaw

I had several classes with Al.  He was always upbeat and funny no matter how dreadful the class we were enrolled.  One of the good guys.

02/22/19 11:40 AM #4    

Adele "Tootsie" Smith (Pata)

So unbelievable-blessings to his family-A really great guy

02/22/19 12:15 PM #5    

Barbara Provence (Eppert)

I knew Al from the neighborhood and many years of school.  Always kind and so funny.  He was such a great guy to be around.  Lost track of him after school, but am so sorry to hear of his passing.  

02/22/19 12:43 PM #6    

Sylvia D Combs


02/23/19 11:07 AM #7    

Bob Anderson

Al was one of the good guys.  Always friendly, funny, and very kind.  I got to know his family in later years through mutual friends, and Al's son Brett and I bonded as guitar players - he actually played a few tunes with me on occasion, at their family events.  Olney HS had so many wonderful people, and Al was certainly one of the best.  RIP, old friend.

02/28/19 04:58 PM #8    

Adrienne Marshall (Binder)

So sorry to hear of the passing of Albert! Such a sweet guy!  Rest in Peace !


03/01/19 11:13 AM #9    

Michael Hofkin

Al was definatly a nice and funny guy. I knew Al from Franklin and the neighborhood. My fondest memories with Al was playing baseball at Lawncrest Rec. He was a good ball player. I remember being with him on Olney's football field for the "who can throw the baseball the furthest" Me being left handed I knew I could throw far, ye right. Al and I were standing next to each other shootin the breeze in our gym shorts & tee shirts waitin our turn.  It was time to show these Olney guys who can throw a baseball far. You stood on the goal line and threw the ball to the opposite goal . I went before Al , 57 yards . I thought I could do better. Al said "is that all you got " ? I guess so. He threw and it went way past my throw. I don't know who won but Al made it fun. Miss you buddy.   

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