Josephine M.-Caruso-Obituary

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Josephine M. Caruso

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Dear Deanna and Mr. Caruso,

We just saw the Obituary for Mrs. Caruso in the Villa Park Review. We were completely surprised to see her name. Mrs. Caruso was always so sweet when Deanna and I drove to Montini together! We are sending special thoughts to your family!

Best thoughts to you all. Aymie Olson Clayton, my mom - Sandi Hechler and my sister - Melissa Olson Ferguson

Again, my deepest and heartfelt sympathy to the Caruso and Calderone family. Josephine was a beautiful person both inside and out. I feel very blessed to have reconnected with Josephine last June after so many years. May the memories you have of her give you strength through your days ahead.
Liz Mayoski

Tony, We were so sorry to hear of the loss of the love of your life. You have our heartfelt condolences.

Our deepest condolences during this difficult time. May God, family and friends help you through this.

Robert (Ramoska, Jr), Erin and Robert III

Dear Tony - There are no words to express just how sorry I am for your loss. It seems like just yesterday that you started dating Josephine. We had a lot of fun & laughs when we were young and all together. Time flies bye soo fast - too fast. I wish that I could have met your children and showed them some of the crazy pictures that I have. Bill just had surgery Friday, so we are unable to attend Josephine's services. Please know that we are praying for all of you. God Bless....

May heartfelt condolences to the Caruso Family.

May God bring you comfort in the wonderful memories that will live forever in your hearts for the time you shared with Josephine. God is near when our hearts are broken and He has provided His Word to comfort us in our times of distress. Always remember this. ROM 15:4

Sincerely, DEE

Tony, I'm so very sorry for you and your family's loss. You and your family will be in my prayers. I have fond memories of Jo.I remember when we used to meet at your house in the wee early mornings to go golfing. She was always so pleasant and always had a smile on her face even though we disrupted her sleep. She will be dearly missed.

Our family had been blessed to have her in it..for any bad in a person she found something good...she had a wonderful heart and she gifted it to her family...and of course it was passed to her from her loving mother..my aunt Connie..passing our love and prayers to you all at this time in your life..we will miss her dearly until we meet again.

Josephine was a wonderful person to know in my life. I am glad to have her as a cousin. Jo's laugh and smile made me always want to visit Chicago and see the Caruso's. She will be missed in my heart. I love you all.
Love, Jimmy

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Josephine M.'s Obituary

Josephine M. Caruso, nee Calderone, age 65, of Villa Park, IL. Beloved wife of Anthony L. Caruso. Loving mother of Deanna Caruso, Anthony J. Caruso and John (Susie) Caruso. Cherished daughter of the late John and Constance Calderone. Dear sister of John Calderone, Rose Therese (Tom) Jacobs and Patricia (Ken) Ferguson. Fond aunt of Danielle (Alec) Edgeworth and Jonathan (Lisa) Ferguson. Visitation on Sunday, February 23, 2014 from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ardmore Avenue, Villa Park, IL and where service will be held Monday, February 24, 2014 10:30 a.m. Interment private. For info 630-832-4161.or www.steuerlefh.com

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