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July 18, 2018

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November 1, 2017
My sweet aunt & godmother Loretta I will always remember the beautiful times we had together! Since me & my siblings were born & raised there at 20 Bryant St, I had the privilege to be with you every day! So many wonderful memories. And it didn't end there! You always made sure that you were interested in the current events so you could converse with us. You will surely be missed by me as well as everyone that loved you. May god bless you you are now with your brothers and sisters as well as your parents. I love you Loretta xoxo
Your niece Barbara
October 27, 2017
Every Christmas my brother Michael & I would visit Auntie Retta. That's what we called her as she was my Godmother. We would make sure we had a good appetite as Auntie Retta would have the traditional Italian feast spread out, numerous relatives shouting Manga Manga' your too skinny, you must eat. We'd fill our plates & then sit down for a nice convo w/Auntie Retta. She made me feel like a princess. She was proud to be my Godmother & I was proud to be her Godchild. I have so many fond memories of sitting at her kitchen table in her pink house. She'd bring out some cake & we'd have a beverage. She would ask about my life & give me advice. Andy would come in & sneak a piece of cake. Then Auntie Retta would scoot him out as this was our time. She exuded class. I admired her. I wanted to make her proud. I hope I did. I will miss her dearly & wish I could be there to say goodbye. I love you Auntie Retta, I always will. ~Therese
October 27, 2017
There are no words that can ease the pain of losing someones beloved. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that your loved one is in God's memory because those who passed are precious in his eyes. Psalms 116:5. You and your family have my deepest condolences.