Anne R. DeLuca

Auburn, Massachusetts


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AUBURN-Anne R. (Coppola) DeLuca, 74 of June St., died Tuesday, Feb. 10 in the UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus.

She leaves her children, Joseph R. and his wife Elizabeth M. DeLuca of Holland and Judith A. and her husband Brian J. Pastor of Worcester; her sister, Louise Trotta of East Haven; her brother, Paul Coppola of East Haven; her six grandchildren, Erica, Kelly, Frank, Anthony, Michael and Olivia and her former husband, Richard J. DeLuca of Worcester as well as several nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by her brothers Salvatore and Anthony Coppola and her sister, Rae Giaconia.

Anne was born in New Haven, CT the daughter of the late Gaetano and Carmella (Gargano) Coppola and lived in Auburn for many years. She graduated from Hill House High School, New Haven.
Mrs. DeLuca worked for the New England Telephone Company fro 32 years before retiring. She was a member of St. Joseph’s Parish in Auburn and its former Women’s Club. She was an avid card player, especially bridge and loved the beach, spending many summers at Sandwich, Cape Cod. Her family meant the world to her and she adored her grandchildren.

Family and friends are invited to attend calling hours Thursday, Feb. 12th. from 5-8 PM in the Britton-Wallace Funeral Home, 91 Central St., Auburn. Funeral services and burial in Holland, MA will be private.

If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Auburn District Nursing Assoc., 191 Pakachoag St., Auburn, MA 01501.

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To Joey and Judy, we will greatly miss your mother as she was always such a ray of sunshine where ever she was. We will especially always remember her hospitality when we were traveling back and forth to Camp Devons in our early years with food, drink and lodging at the DeLuca Inn. Please be comforted with the memories of her kindness, her smile and her love of life and especially of you and your children.

Our sympathy sent to let you know that others share your sorrow and want to tell you so. Cousin Tony and Evelyn

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