Alfredo Aquiles Toledo

alfredo toledo

February 28, 1946 ~ December 12, 2020

Alfredo Aquiles Toledo born February 28th, 1946 in Loja, Ecuador to his parents Maunel Francisco Toledo and Luz Coty Toledo. He was the youngest of 5; Manuel Toledo Jr, Sonia Betty Morillo, Teresa Sanchez and Marco Gonzalo Toledo . Dad made his journey as a young toddler to Guayaquil, Ecuador. Here is where he grew up and enjoyed his young years as a student and followed into the Ecuadorian Military. At a very young age, he began his singing career as a Ballad Singer. He was very passionate about music and performing in front of many. He had the opportunity to tour South America with a group of singers called Clan Del 4 and even came to the States to perform his hit, "Dile A Nancy". He made an appearance at the Manhattan Center which is called The Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan. He had the privilege to experience NYC in the 60s and had the opportunity to attend Wood Stock.

He met the love of his life Vilma Nancy Munoz in 1973 and they have been inseparable ever since. In June of 1975 they welcomed their first born Peggy Toledo. Four years later in 1979 the Toledo family would welcome their second born, Scott Toledo. In 1983 Alfredo accepted a job with the Fort Board of Education as a Custodial worker. He made the decision to move his family to Fort Lee and there he spent 30+ years of his life as a committed member of the community who dedicated 28 years to working for the BOE. This was a life changing experience for our Dad. He is a peoples person. He loved his job and the people around him. He was known as Big Al at FLHS. Dad retired from his job in 2011. It is very amazing to hear now, what footprints he left to many former students.

2000 Marlene Santos entered our lives and Alfredo gained another daughter. 2004 Jason Goldstein entered our lives and Dad gained another son. We have so many memories to reflect on and so blessed to have lived life to the fullest with Dad.

Out of all the roles Dad had, being a Grandfather was his most cherished role. He dedicated himself in body and soul to his grandkids. Alfredo was unable to go a couple of days without spending quality time with his grandkids and in the same way his grandkids couldn't go a couple of days without seeing him. He will forever be in our minds and our hearts. The void he has left us with can never be filled.

Services

Mass: December 17, 2020 11:00 am

Madonna R.C. Church
Across the Street From Funeral Home
Fort Lee, NJ 07024


Visitation at Funeral Home: December 16, 2020 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024


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  1. Conservó de mi amigo
    David Laad (QEPD)
    Hermosos recuerdos
    En este día puedo decir con orgullo que tuve el mejor de los amigos Al que hoy le Rindo homenaje
    Gracias David, aquí se te recuerda y nunca se te olvidará
    God Bless You
    Alfredo Toledo Novillo (QEPD)
    Un abrazo para la familia Toledo Muñoz
    Nancy Muñoz Toledo
    Peggy Toledo Goldstein
    Scott Toledo
    Familiares

  2. To Nancy and the Toledo family: Alfredo was a friend and a valuable member of our Board at Eleven-Eleven River Plaza. He never hesitated to volunteer his service for our activities especially at our pool. He always expressed his love of family, his love of his job at Ft. Lee HS, his love of entertaining, and his love of participating and serving on the Board, I will greatly miss him and send my condolences to all of you. Harvey

  3. To Nancy and the Toledo family, I am so sorry for this extreme loss. I know how important his family was to him, and so my heart breaks for you during this time. He made everyone here at 1111 River Plaza feel like family too, and he will be missed greatly. Sending much love, Stephanie Fishman

  4. To Nancy and your loving family,

    Alfredo was one of the kindest and genuine person I know. I always saw him with Nancy at 1111 River Road out and about snd always doing something. He is a person who will be missed. I am sending prayers in hopes it will help your family get through this very, very sad time.

  5. I am so very sorry to hear about Al’s passing. I worked with him for many years in School One in Fort Lee. He was always so helpful to our staff and so caring for our students. He left an imprint on all of our hearts. May God bless our dear friend, Al, and his beautiful family.


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