Dee Dolores Andreoli
1943 - 2020
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Dee Dolores Andreoli Born May 4,1943 in Delaware County Pa. Died at 77 years old June 3,2020 in Palm Coast Florida. She also lived in Philadelphia and Delaware. Nicknamed Daisy by her predeceased twin sisters Arlene Andreoli and Marlene Nancy Beadle.

She is survived by her daughters Shirley (LeeLee) Wesselt and Donna Hackert and brother Louis Andreoli (Catherine).

Successful award winning entrepreneur and business owner, renowned for her futuristic techniques we see in business today. A licensed cosmetologist for over fifty years, she owned and operated two salons in Philadelphia.

Dee became an award winning master cake decorator and teacher of the craft opening her own School of Cake Decorating and a Bakery in Philadelphia. The aroma of fresh baked cinnamon buns filled the local neighborhood like you have in malls today. She won many awards from the Delaware Valley Chefs Association of Philadelphia. Dee made many specialty cakes for celebrities like Sid Mark on Frank Sinatra's birthday and Mayor Frank Rizzo of Philadelphia. Dee was a chocolate and confections maker donating many of her sweets to the children's home which always had a special place in her heart. Her favorite achievement was her old-fashion ice cream store; a culmination of all her talents, it was rated third in sales, in the Philadelphia area. She made beautiful ice cream cakes and fancy cones before that popular chain of today.

After a successful business career Dee became a certified nursing assistant working in the Delaware County State Hospital before retiring in Florida. She was a member of the Moose Lodge of Ormond Beach and an Elks member of Palm Coast. She loved flowers, pets and music.

In lieu of flowers we ask for donations to S.A.F.E. pet rescue of St. Augustine Florida.

A Celebration of Life will be at the Elk's Lodge 53 Old Kings Rd. N Palm Coast Florida 32137 on Tuesday June 30,2020 at 11:00 am.

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Published in Legacy on Jun. 30, 2020.
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