Josephine-Salerno-Obituary

Josephine Salerno

Bridgeport, Connecticut

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Salerno, JosephineSALERNO-Josephine Salerno, 94, wife of the late Benedict R. Salerno, died Friday, December 7, 2012 in St. Vincent's Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. A lifelong city resident, she was a long time parishioner of St. Ann Church where she served as a member of the...

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Dear Family Aunt Jo will be missed so much I loved her as my own prayers are with you all God Bless

My heartfelt condolence goes out to your family. The loss of a dear loved one may be hard to bear. May the God of all comfort grant you the peace that excels all thought as you fondly remember your dear loved one.

Dear Carol & Bobbie,
So sorry to hear about Aunt Jo, she was one of my favorite people. I will miss her laugh and smile. You are all in our prayers. So sorry I can't be there.

May Lord bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I will miss Josephine.

Vivian Quiles
Saint Ann Church

Your life has touched many..Your sensitive spirit will always be felt by those who loved and knew you..Rest in Peace in the arms of God, Sweet,Sweet Jo


December 10, 2012


Dear Carol and Bobbie,

Jim and I have such fond memories of your Mom and Dad. I especiallly remember at this time of the year,my driving Josephine, Mary and Ethel to Alexander's in White Plains for our Christmas shopping. We would laugh all the way down and back. You were very fortunate to have her as your Mom.
We are very sorry for your loss.......

Alice Coyle Alexander

Sweet, sweet, Jo..how i will miss you and our private talks. You had such a sensitive spirit and i got to know your family through your wonderfully vivid stories. We spend but a short time sharing, but you have left a imprint in my heart. I will always remember you and miss our twice a week get togethers. Rest now, my sweet Friend for your job here on earth is finished and your new home With the Lord,Ben and family, that have past on, will bring you joy and peace for eternity. Much Love

Barbara, I remember your mother from when we were students @St. Ann's. She was a wonderful lady. You were lucky to have her all these years. I lost my mother 30 years ago. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

Sorry to read this....me and mom always used to sit in Salerno's with Tina and reminisce. I know the Lord has reserved a beautiful place for her in heaven. GOD BLESS!!!!!

Sincerely,
Dottie & Troy Leong