Alpha Phi Delta Mourns the Loss of Brother and Long Time Beta Lambda Advisor Albert Zanzuccki (1916-2015)
Central Office regrets to report the death of Dr. Albert Zanzuccki of Beta Lambda Chapter, at the age of 99, on September 18, 2015. Dr. Zanzuccki was a long time faculty advisor of the Chapter, and was involved since its founding in 1949. In 1958, he was given membership in Alpha Phi Delta. Born on July 22, 1916, Dr. Zanzuccki is survived by his wife, Velsie Zanzuccki (nee Carnivale). Together they had four children: Linda, Francesco Regina and Louise. In 1939, he graduated from the Indiana State Teachers' College, where he served as Student Body President. Following college, Dr. Zanzuccki enlisted in the United States Army in 1942, and served throughout World War II. Following the war, he took employment as an instructor at St. Francis University (at that time, St. Francis College) in Loretto, Pennsylvania. He was professor of accounting and chair of the school of business at St. Francis from 1946-1984, and an Advancement Associate from 1984 through 2014. Dr. Zanzuccki was highly respected and well-loved by generations of students, especially members of Alpha Phi Delta. He was last on campus with his family to participate in a groundbreaking for a new building, Schwab Hall; the first floor of that Hall will be named in memory of him upon completion of construction.
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