Tedesco, Millie

Millie Tedesco 101 of Roseto passed away January 18th in Slate Belt Nursing Home, Washington Twsp.,PA. Millie was born July 18,1914 in Roseto, a daughter of the late Pasquale and Maria (Sabatino) Sabatino. Millie was a seamstress at the former L & M Sportswear. She was the wife of her beloved husband Fred, who died December 3, 1971. Millie led a vibrant life filled with music, travel, wine and laughter. She was equally happy on the dance floor as she was at home cooking for family and friends. She found enjoyment in everything around her and her passion for life and all it had to offer was infectious. She was a member of ILGWU Garment Workers Union now known as UNITE. Millie is survived by a daughter Clara Biletta and her husband Carl of Vineland, NJ, a son Frederick and his wife Toni of Easton, daughter Gwen Ruggiero and her husband Faust of Bangor. Sisters Grace Tinsley of Bangor and Ida Ovcarich and her husband Pino of Miami Springs, Fl. Five grandchildren Rona Hopper and her husband Bill, Michael Ruggiero, Mackenzie Guyer and her husband Dan ,April Ruggiero. Great-Grandchildren David Bavuso and his wife Katie, Dana Bavuso, Harrison Guyer and Pia Guyer. Great-Great Grandchildren Layla and Chase. She was preceded in death by Three brothers, Four sisters and a grandchild Tara Everett. Visitation will be Thursday January 21, 2016 from 1 pm to 3 pm and 5 pm to 7 pm. A service honoring Millie will be held at 6 pm in the Samuel A Campanaro Funeral Home, 841 Slate Belt Blvd., Bangor,PA. Interment will be at the Presbyterian Cemetery in the spring at the convenience of the family. Memorials can be made in Memory of Millie to: St. Lukes Hospice 240 Union Station Plaza 1st Floor, Bethlehem, PA. 18015

Samuel A Campanaro Funeral Home
841 Slate Belt Blvd
Bangor, PA 18013
(610) 863-9966

Published in The Express Times from Jan. 19 to Jan. 20, 2016

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