CAPE VINCENT, N.Y.
F. Albro, 30, County Route 6, died suddenly May 12 at
He was born December 13, 1982, in Livingstone, Montana, the
son of, Edward and Teresa Peters Albro.
He was the restaurant manager at the family business, Snug
Harbor restaurant and marina.
Kenny never asked for
anything. He was happy with what he had. He was always there
for everyone. He cared so much for his family and friends.
All he needed to be happy was family, friends, and a cold
beer. He loved Snug Harbor. It was his home. He made that
place everything that it is.
He was goofy, silly, energetic, animated, and fun. Which
made his five-year-old nephew Brandon love him most of all.
Brandon always wanted to go to "Uncle Kenny's
house." And so did everyone else. Kenny was hilarious.
He could not resist telling a joke especially at his own
expense. His laugh will be caught in all of our minds. It
was a sound that made the world a better place. You could
not find a more loyal, dedicated friend; they do not exist.
His friendship gave you a feeling of being protected. He was
kind and loving even though he would never admit it. In
Brandon's words, "he was my best friend." We
needed him. He was someone we all looked up to and cannot be
the same without. He is up there shining down on us. He is
our "full moon."
He is survived by his parents, Edward and Teresa
Albro, Cape Vincent; a brother and his wife, Shawn and Erin
Albro, Three Mile Bay, and a nephew, Brandon Maitland Albro.
Funeral service will be held 3 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the
United Church of Cape Vincent, with the Rev. Mark Pierce,
pastor, officiating. Calling hours will be 6 to 8 p.m.
Friday, May 17, at the Cleveland Funeral Home, Cape Vincent.
A reception will be held for friends and family at Snug
Harbor restaurant following the funeral service.
Memorial donations may be given in his memory to the Kenneth
Albro fund c/o Citizens Bank, P.O. Box 277, Cape Vincent, NY
are with Cleveland Funeral Home, Cape Vincent.
condolences may be made at www.clevelandfuneralhomeinc.
Information provided by Cleveland Funeral Home and
Newzjunky, Watertown, N.Y.