Albert Edward Livreri passed away on February 3, 2019 surrounded by family and friends. Albert was born May 21, 1949 in Caliente to Anthony and Dorothy Livreri, the family lived in Carp, Nevada at the time.

Albert grew up in Caliente and attended Caliente Elementary and Lincoln County High School, Class of 1967. After High School Albert joined the United States Army during the Vietnam War Era. Albert served his time in Korea as an Infantry Soldier assigned to patrol the DMZ. Albert returned to Nevada after serving his country and married Patricia Larsen (Patty Long) in 1971, they had three children and resided in Caliente. Albert worked for Nevada State Parks for a short time and then began a career as a firefighter with the Nevada Division of Forestry. Albert excelled in his career as a Firefighter and spent his time throughout the United States performing highly skilled jobs and supervision, a career that he loved and had a lot of passion for.

Albert was active in his community in his younger years and was always willing to help out a friend or the youth of the community. Albert maintained lifelong friendships with almost everyone he met. Albert loved spending his time in the mountains with family and friends hunting, fishing, trapping or just cruising in his Toyota Land Cruiser teaching his Sons, Nieces, Nephews and his friends children how to drive “Clutch -Three on a Tree”. Albert had the utmost respect for nature and wildlife. Albert had a huge heart and really loved people, he loved to create excitement and have new stories to tell. Albert will be truly missed by all his family and friends.

Albert is survived by his sons, Anthony Zack (Kim) Livreri, Nick (Tami) Livreri, and Joseph (Carmen) Livreri. Nine grandchildren Kody, Austin, Jordan, Damon, Caitlin, Isabelle, Alexandra, Emilie and Anthony. Brothers, Richard (Shanny), Mike (Kristie), David (Mavis) and sister Ginger (Livreri) Flores (Ben). Albert will be preceded in death by his parents Anthony & Dorothy Livreri.

A Celebration of Life will be held at the Caliente Fire Station February 23, 2019 at 3 p.m.