“I'm so sorry that, because of illness, I wasn't able to celebrate Anna's funeral Mass. I know that was her request, just as it was my intention and desire. For the past year, it was my privilege to visit Anna at home, to pray with her, and to bring her Holy Communion. I spent lots of time with her and gladly listened to her tell the story of her long life as member of the Castellini Family of Vineland. So many hardships and untimely deaths! But Anna remained a woman of faith and hope...
“i never knew aunt anna personally but met her i think once when i was little.. but my Bapchu ( Paula Boyer ) talked of her often and how much of a second mom she was to her and the summers that she spent with her on the Shore. My sympathy and prayers go out to you all during this very difficult time.
“ ANNA WAS SO NICE MY FRIEND LEW DIPPOLITO SENDS CONDOLENCES HE IS IN THE THE HOSPITAL AND CANNOT ATTEND.
“I remember all the joyful times mommy would share with us about her summers with Aunt Anna. What a wonderful woman! What a wonderful life you lived! Just know that you are in our prayers. We love you.
Angie - Paula's daughter
“My deepest condolences go out to the Castellini and Ford families. I pray for your comforting.
“Just want y'all to know that we here in South Carolina are thinking of everyone during this time of loss. Our prayers are with y'all. For those of you that don't know me by my married name I am Paula and Greg Boyers youngest daughter.
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Anna C. Ford (Castellini), 99, of South Vineland passed away on Tuesday morning, Jan. 15, 2013, in the South Jersey Healthcare Regional Medical Center, Vineland.
Mrs. Ford was born and raised in Vineland, where she remained a lifelong city resident. She was the daughter of the late...Read More