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Gary J. Bucciantini

August 6, 2013

Gary J. Bucciantini

RENSSELAER COUNTY, EAST GREENBUSH- Gary J. Bucciantini, 58, of East Greenbush, died on his birthday, Sunday, August 4, 2013.
Born in Manhattan, he was raised in Jackson Corners, NY and graduated from Stissing Mountain Jr.-Sr.HS in Pine Plains, NY. He worked for WJ Connell, Inc/Atlantic Power, Inc. for over 30 years and most recently held the title of President/COO in the Castleton facility. Gary was an avid sport shooter and enjoyed motorcycles, small air cooled engines and finding the latest gadget. There never was a broken item he didn't try to fix.
Gary is survived by his wife of 33 years, Vicki (Dykeman) Bucciantini, his sons: Ryan Bucciantini of San Diego, CA, Aaron Bucciantini of East Greenbush; his father Charles Bucciantini of Livinston, NY; a sister: Doreen Schram (Steven) of Garner, NC; and a brother: Carl Bucciantini (Joyce) of Greene, ME. He was predeceased by his mother, Gloria (Fabrello) Bucciantini. He also leaves his loving extended family and his friends throughout the United States.
Family and friends may call in the Rockefeller Funeral Home 165 Columbia Tpk. Rensselaer, on Friday from 3-7 pm. All are invited to attend his memorial service 11:00 am on Saturday at the family's home. In lieu of flowers, Gary's wishes were to have all donations sent to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675 or at
woundedwarriorproject.com.

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