Madeline M. Guido

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Guido, Madeline M. GUILDERLAND Madeline M. (Christiana) Guido, 90, of Guilderland and formerly of Ravena, passed peacefully Monday, September 22, 2008 at Teresian House for the Elderly. Madeline was born in Ravena and lived there until 1974 when she and her husband, Frank R. Guido, moved to Colonie and, later, Latham. Madeline was a homemaker and dedicated to her family. She moved to Guilderland in 1996 following her husband's passing to be near her children. Madeline is survived by three sons, Frank R. (Paige) Guido Jr. and Gerard M. (Jan) Guido, both of Guilderland, and Stephen P. (Laurie) Guido of Huntsville, Ala.; two brothers, Patrick Christiana of Ravena and Benedict Christiana of Selkirk; one sister, Sr. Mary Benedict of St. Colman's Presentation Convent; and two grandchildren, Stephanie M. and Eric M. Guido, both of Huntsville. Madeline is free now to join her beloved husband, Frankie; her sisters, Connie Diacetis and Maggie Downey; her brother, Anthony Christiana; her dear brothers-in-law, Russell Downey and Theodore Diacetis; and her babies, Lucy Marie and Lucy Ann Guido. Fr. Anthony Diacetis will be keeping them all in line. Friends may call at the Babcock Funeral Home, Ravena on Thursday, September 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held 9 a.m. Friday, September 26 at St. Patrick's Church, Ravena. Burial will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Coeymans. Contributions in memory of Madeline may be made to the Teresian House, 200 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany, NY 12203.
Published in Albany Times Union from Sept. 24 to Sept. 25, 2008