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Alfred Wolf – Jan. 15

Alfred Geoffrey (Jeff) Wolf, of New Rochelle, NY, passed away on Monday, January 15, 2024.  Born on February 4, 1959 in New Rochelle,  NY, Jeff was the youngest child of the late Marian Upton and Kenneth Vernon Wolf of Pelham, NY. He was also predeceased by his sisters Linda Wolf, Barbara Jecks, Alice Wolf and Patricia Chernesky.

Jeff spent his childhood in Pelham, NY and graduated from Pelham Memorial High School in 1978.  He lived in New Rochelle for over forty years and was a tile mason, working for Toni Tile Company. He spent endless hours bike riding, had a love for animals and a passion for gardening and sports. He was the number one fan for the New York Jets. His positive attitude and kind heart will long be remembered by those who knew him well.

Jeff is survived by his brother Kenneth Wolf of Pelham, NY, sister Virginia Bradley (Michael) of Durham, NC, brother in law Frederick Jecks, nieces Lisa Jecks and Karen Fitzgerald and nephews David Bradley (Gina),  Timothy Jecks and John Chernesky ( Kristi).  He treasured his friends Steven Polera, John Lombardi, Leonard Pesce, Matthew Adinolfi, Charlie Racine, Eric Chiamulera, Debbie Molnar and the Mancuso brothers.

Donations in Jeff’s memory can be made to the Humane Society of Westchester.

There are no calling hours and the burial will be private.

Editor’s note: This obituary was provided by the Pelham Funeral Home.

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