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Virginio "Max" Perrotta

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BENNINGTON -- Funeral services for Virginio “Max” Perrotta were held Wednesday, July 7, 2004 at Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales Church, where the liturgy of Christian death and burial was offered by the Rev. Robert Lozinski, c.s.c., pastor. Organist was Don McMahon and soloist was Monica Murray.

Hymns offered during the funeral service were “I Know That My Redeemer Lives,” “Amazing Grace,” “The Supper of the Lord” and “On Eagles’ Wings.” The funeral pall was placed on Mr. Perrotta’s casket by a granddaughter, Debbie Britch, and five great-grandchildren, Jessica, Jennifer and Sabrina White, Kimberly Perrotta and Samantha Maxon. The scriptural readings were offered by Elizabeth Charest, a niece, and Barbara Stobbs, a sister-in-law, and the offertory gifts were presented by a son, Christopher Perrotta, and Debbie Britch. Words of remembrance were offered by a sister-in-law, Carol Nash. Acolytes were James Kemp, Charles Gould, Gerald Amadon and Val Clifford. Bearers were four grandsons, Virginio, John and Anthony Perrotta and Michael Britch; also two nephews, Nicholas C. Charest and Nicholas L. Charest.

A prayer service at the Mahar & Son Funeral Home preceded the funeral Mass.

Tuesday afternoon the wake service was offered by Father Lozinski. Also conducting services on Tuesday evening were members of both VFW Post 1332 and Bennington Elks Lodge 567.

Burial took place in the family lot in Park Lawn Cemetery with Father Lozinski offering the committal prayers.

Military honors were accorded the World War II Army veteran by Ralph Elwell of VFW Post 1332 who presented the American flag to Mr. Perrotta’s widow, Patricia. Taps were sounded by Maurice Rancourt.

Following the funeral service a reception was held at the Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales parish center.

Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Mahar & Son Funeral Home.
Published in Bennington Banner on July 9, 2004
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