Alberto Librojo

Alberto R. Librojo

Tuesday, October 23rd, 1951 - Monday, July 13th, 2020
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Librojo, Alberto R. On July 13, 2020. Of Cherry Hill, NJ. Age 68. Beloved husband of Teresita (nee Cobin). Devoted father of Jonathan, Melissa and Janice. Dear brother of Liwanag, Carmelita, and Gloria. Adoring grandfather of Aiden. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Friday July 17th from 9-10 AM at the Bradley Funeral Home, Rt.73 and Evesham Rd., Marlton, NJ 08053. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:30 AM Friday at the St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 1439 Springdale Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. Interment will be private.
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  • Visitation

    Friday, July 17th, 2020 | 9:00am - 10:00am
    Friday, July 17th, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am
    Bradley Funeral Home
    601 NJ-73 South
    Marlton, Evesham Twp., NJ 08053
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  • Service

    Friday, July 17th, 2020 | 10:30am
    Friday, July 17th, 2020 10:30am
    St. Thomas More Church
    1439 Springdale Road
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
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Benjamin Librojo

Posted at 10:19pm
I was fortunate enough to spend a lot of time Uncle Bert (as I used to call him) when I was a child. My fondest (and strongest) memories of him, would have been in the early 80s. My Mother and Father and I, had moved from the west coast of Scotland to live in New Jersey, and for a while, we lived with Uncle Bert. I remember as a 10-year-old kid, I felt somewhat intimidated by the size of our family in the area, and the fact that most of them initially felt like strangers to me (until I got to know them better of course). But with Uncle Bert, I was always at ease. He was always approachable, friendly, down to earth, easy going, and funny. I remember fondly that he could have quite a silly and goofy sense of humour, and youthful exuberance, all of which, closely matched my own. I remember mock kung-fu fighting, epic pillow fights, and general energetic and playful silliness, and at quieter times, long educational chess games (he would always let me 'undo' poorly thought out moves that I would inevitably make), and listening to him play guitar in our living room. I admired (and still do admire) his seemingly innate ability to get on well with "the grown-ups", while simultaneously being able to "come down to my level" and hang out with me, like he was a big kid. And for a shy (and somewhat hyperactive) 10 year old with no siblings, our house was a lot happier as a result of him being there.

Rest easy Uncle Bert.

Benjamin Librojo (London, UK)

Melissa Librojo

Posted at 01:16pm
When Daddy was in the hospital, he called everyday to come home. One time, he adamantly asked for us, specifically Janice, to have a Modelo beer in the fridge, waiting for him for when he came home. A few weeks later, when he came home, literally as soon as he got settled in his bed, he asked for his beer. We all laughed. He remembered, but so did we. We got it for him. It was cold and ready for him, just like he asked. Since it was difficult for him to swallow, we were supposed to swap his mouth with what he wanted to drink. He was NOT happy. This was NOT the way he pictured having his beer. He shook his head no. "I can't taste it", he told us. At his insistence, we put the bottle in his hand and guided it to his mouth. He started to make the motion to start chugging it! And we all jumped to stop him and yelled, "NOOOO!!!". We had to pry the bottle away from him. He sat there, angry, and threw his arms down, and said, "Awwwww..... C'mon man!". Classic Daddy.

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