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Pacini, Amalia M.

Binghamton: Amalia Pacini, 99, of 70 Walnut St., Binghamton went to be with our Lord on Saturday, November 16, 2013. She was born to immigrant parents Amelia Gnagni and Alfredo Pacini on January 26, 1914 in Peckville, PA. In 1934, Amalia, her brother Carlo, and mother moved to Binghamton where she resided until her passing. She had a 41 year career with GAF Corporation in Binghamton. She retired from GAF in 1977. She was predeceased by her parents, Amelia and Alfredo Pacini, and her brother, Carlo Pacini. She is survived by her best friend and healthcare advocate, Susie Helmer of Johnson City, NY; her nephew, Carl Pacini of St. Petersburg, FL; her niece, Helene Martin (Les Martin) of Lake Helen, FL; a cousin, Donald Pacini of Inman, SC; and a great nephew, Jeremy Jobson of Oviedo, FL. The family would like to extend special thanks to Susie Helmer. She was not only a remarkable friend to Amalia, but she spent countless hours visiting, caring for, preparing meals for and advocating for Amalia. She was instrumental in the well-being and comfort of Amalia for many years. Amalia's life was happier and more meaningful due to the selfless commitment made by Ms. Helmer. The family will be eternally grateful. A special thanks would also like to be extended to the staff at Bridgewater Nursing Facility, especially nurse Linda who offered exceptional care and kindness to Amalia. Calling hours will be held at Most Holy Rosary Church on Route 26 in Maine, NY on Saturday, November 23rd from 10AM to 11AM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11.


Published in Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin on Nov. 20, 2013
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