Connie D. Angeleri
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Connie D. Angeleri

Naples - Connie Angeleri was born and raised in Pennsylvania. She graduated from Worthington West Franklin High School and the Cleveland Institute of Music. She was a professional clarinetist and played in the Venezuela Orchestra and many others throughout her career. Upon retirement she lived in Naples, FL where she worked for 23 years as Head Concierge at Bentley Village. Preceded in death by her parents Leonard & Thelma Smith. Survived by her twin sister Carole Taylor and sister Jocelyn Smith Komoroff . She treasured her time spent lovingly caring for dogs and cats.
Her kind compassion will! be sorely missed. Cremation has been entrusted to The Beachwood Cremation Society, 4444 Tamiami Tr. N., Naples (239) 261-1767.

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Published in Naples Daily News from Jan. 22 to Jan. 26, 2021.
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February 8, 2021
We got to know Connie during our yearly visits to Naples for over 30 years. We especially enjoyed our breakfasts/lunches followed by enthusiastic consignment shopping. She was by far the kindest, most generous and caring person we have had the pleasure of knowing. She was like family and we will miss her so much. God bless you, Connie. Connie and Don Burgess
Connie Burgess
Friend
January 27, 2021
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Tim and LuAnn Scott
Friend
January 27, 2021
You were the neighborhood's Angel who cared and was kind to All Very giving Classy Lady Who is in Heaven with Suke
Tim and LuAnn Scott
Friend
January 27, 2021
I worked with Connie at Bentley Village for many many years. She was a very kind and caring person. Rest In Peace.
Sandy Chase
Coworker
January 27, 2021
You will always be missed Connie. Your kindness and gentle nature were an inspiration. We will remember and love you forever. Carolle, Will and Ben Dukes.
William Dukes
Neighbor
January 26, 2021
Connie.....the kostecki family loves you, always in our hearts......so kind ......rest in peace......Stan,Lucy, kostecki......
Stan kostecki
Friend
January 26, 2021
Connie....mybbf.....love you..rest in peace my dear friend....
Kathryn Deal
Friend
January 25, 2021
Connie was the most kindest and caring person. What a wonderful neighbor. We will miss her.
Sincerely,
Charlie and Mary Yates
Charlie and Mary Yates
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