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ALBERICO MODESTINO “MUGGSY” ALBERICO, 85, died on July 6. Born in 1928 and formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, Muggsy resided in North Fort Myers, Florida. His parents traveled to the United States from Campobasso, Italy, where they settled in Cleveland. Muggsy was a master mechanic for more than 50 years. Some would even say he was a genius. He could fix any mechanical device imaginable. Being a mechanic, for him, was meant to be. Written in the stars. Fate. He worked construction for many years, as well as owning and operating his own auto shops and garages. After taking his first job as a mechanic, he quit to go into business for himself. Once, his father came home to find that his teenage son had filled the front lawn with several of his friends’ cars and ordered Muggsy to get them fixed and removed within 24 hours. Which he did. He was that good. He lived a long and prosperous life after marrying his wife, Marie, of more than 60 years, where they lived on Cherokee and Brainard Road in Lyndhurst, Ohio. He enjoyed eating Marie’s gourmet Italian home cooking and spending copious amounts of time with his nearby family who never left his side. His oldest son couldn’t even bear to live more than a couple of streets away from him. When he moved to Florida after retiring, he obsessively fixed golf carts and earned a reputation there for being the man that people depended on; people needed; people looked to for help. But it was more than that He cared. He was special. Loving son of deceased Salvatore and Josephine. He is survived by devoted wife Marie (n Selvaggio) Alberico. Loving brother to sisters Eva, Rina and Delphina and deceased brothers, Gino, Nello and Ramo. Doting father of Salvatore (Sam) and wife, Jacqueline; Vince and wife, Cindy; Joan Marie and husband, Randy; and Jerry. Dedicated grandfather of Sam, Stephanie, Danielle, Jennifer, David, Michael, Stephen, Jeremy, Olivia and Brianna. Great grandfather of Jackson. He fixed things. He was smart and, boy, was he strong. He worked and he worked hard till the day he died. His hands were rough and weathered from those years of hard work and we held them tight in his final hours. We loved him and we will miss him single day. Obituary written by granddaughter, Stephanie Alberico. A Mass and memorial will be held at St. Francis of Assisi Parish, 6850 Mayfield Rd., Gates Mills, OH 44040 on Saturday, August 3. FOLLOWED BY A BREAKFAST GATHERING AT THE ST. FRANCIS SCHOOL ACROSS THE PARKING LOT FROM THE CHURCH.