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After courageously fighting a battle with medical issues in recent years, Albert "DAg" D'Agostino passed away on June 26, 2021 surrounded by family at Wilson Hospital in Johnson City, NY. Albert is survived by the loves of his life: wife Donna Lamour D'Agostino, daughter Jacqueline D'Agostino, four grandsons, Tanee Dabney, Shakima, Che, and Devon Coffee, granddaughter Rebecca McNair, great grandsons Vicente and Augustine, sisters, Angelina Caselnova and Veronica Walter. He was a beloved uncle and cousin to many. Albert is predeceased by his son Christopher D'Agostino who passed away January 3, 2020, and his Mother and Father, Fran and Albert D'Agostino. Albert's striking unique personality was contagious to everyone he knew and was absolutely loved by all. His wisdom and intellect affected many. Albert had a passion for learning just about any topic. He was a born leader who had many talents with a kind and loving heart. As a bright and distinct high school student, he received many scholastic honors while being highly respected by his teachers for his intelligence, wisdom and character. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1962 with a degree in Fine Arts and continued his education attending classes in Human Biology at NYU, Sociology at Hunter College, writing courses at The New School For Social Research, and Neon Sculpting at Parson's School Of Design. Upon graduation from Syracuse University, Albert started a long and successful career in the graphic arts field. He worked as an Art Director at Frolich and Waverly Advertising before the founding of his studio, Starfire Productions. Clients included Sesame Street, Vogue, and Chicago Tribune. In recent years, Albert produced digital art and web design for his friends at Norwich Meadows Farm. In all the paths of life put in front of him, Albert always chose to take the high road. In lieu of flowers please consider donations to the D'Agostino family at this time.
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