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Myles James Limbert Obituary
Limbert , Myles James

Susquehanna, PA: Myles James Limbert, 76 of Susquehanna, PA went to be with his Lord on December 9, 2012. He was predeceased by his wife of 43 years, Lorraine Limbert; his son, Myles James Limbert Jr.; his siblings, Josephine Callendrillo and Jacqueline Penn. He is survived by his loving partner of the last 10 years, Regina Dilello. His daughters and their husbands, Terie and David Warren, Kelly and Robert Hull; his sons and their wives Larry and Cathy Limbert, Loren and Symantha Limbert, and Kevin and Cheri Limbert, Regina's son and his wife Larry and Christina Dilello, her daughters Jodee Dilello, Debbie Dilello, and her companion Katrina Raub, Deanne and Robert Parker; his sister and their husbands, Doris and Clyde Boughton, Joan and Ben Terry and Phyllis Oropello. He also had 23 grandchildren and with 28 great grandchildren. Myles was a loving and caring man who was adored by his family. He graduated from Susquehanna High School. He worded as a machinist for Stow Manufacturing until he was transferred to Elliott Manufacturing. He volunteered at different organizations throughout his life. He helped friends and helped in assisting the elderly. He delivered Meals on Wheels. After he retired he drove a school van for Susquehanna Community Schools. He loved Basketball and bowled in many different bowling leagues for many years. He loved his life and times here on earth. He was always happy and loved to crack jokes as well as going on picnics to the parks, he loved Hawaii, and traveling with his partner Regina Dilello. His legacy was love. He always loved, was loved and taught everyone around him to love. He will forever be in our hearts. As pertained to his wishes there will not be a viewing. A Memorial Service will be held at the Lanesboro Cemetery, on Thursday, December 13, 2012, at 11am, with Pastor Kevin Setzer. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Sacred Heart, 600 Baltimore Drive, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702.

Published in Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin on Dec. 11, 2012
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