Joseph V. LiVecchi

Joseph V. LiVecchi

BERNE — A longtime highway worker, Joseph LiVecchi was enthusiastic about machinery and the outdoors.

Joseph V. LiVecchi died of cancer at his home early Saturday morning, April 19, 2014.  He was 50.

Born in Queens on Aug. 28, 1963, Mr. LiVecchi was the son of Elaine Pace LiVecchi and the late Joseph V. LiVecchi Sr.  The family moved to Medusa in the early 1970s.

Mr. LiVecchi graduated from Greenville Central High School. 

For the last 30 years, Mr. LiVecchi was employed by the Albany County Department of Public Works and had a private excavation business.

He was a member of the Northern Star Riders, and he enjoyed ice fishing and snowmobiling.


Joseph V. LiVecchi is survived by his mother, Elaine Pace LiVecchi; his wife, Debbie Potter LiVecchi; his sons, Joseph Vincent LiVecchi III and his wife, Nicole, and James Earl LiVecchi; his grandchildren, Corinne “CC” and Caslyn “Baby Girl”; his siblings, Laurie Roe and her husband, Joel, Corrine Wood and her husband, Kenny, Cindy Iorio and her husband, Richard, and Vincent LiVecchi; as well as several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Calling hours will be today, April 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. at A.J. Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 Route 81, Greenville.  The funeral will be held on Friday, April 25, at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by burial in Brookside Cemetery, Preston Hollow. 

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Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 260 Osborne Road, Albany, NY 12211.  


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