Veronans We Lost, 2022


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Whether their lives were long or far too short, the Veronans who died in 2022 left behind family and friends who mourn their passing. Take a moment to revisit their stories:

Pamela V. Aloia, 79
Jolyne Christine Askling, 51

John J. Bahr, 67
Barbara Jennings Bevilacqua, 75
Matthew J. Boscaino, Jr., 88
Sandra Leigh Boyle (DeCheser), 50
Barbara J. Bynderian, 65

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Irene Capozzi, 80
Michael Carlucci, 57
Gerardo “Gerry” G. Carpinelli, 57
Helen M. Carson, 90
Leroy “Roy” Caskey, 86
Michael A. Coppola, Jr., 97

Alfonso M. Dello Russo, 93, Helped Build OLL
Dorothy DeSantis, 99
Colonel Vincent A. Di Mauro (USAF ret.), 94
Susan Bromley Dowd, 82

Ida L. Emma, 93

Carole J. Ferruggia, 79
Caryn A. Fitzpatrick, 63
Timothy R. Fogerty, 44
Elizabeth “Betsy” K. Foster, 84
Sally Ann (Bianchi) Foster, 93

Robert Alan Gaccione, 52
Susana Sanchez-Grey Galtieri, 94
Harriett A. Ganning, 82

Jonathan Jay Hepner, Thai Elephant Owner
Dorothy L. Hogan, 92
Lee B. Howard, 77

Thomas Anthony Intili Jr., 66

Paul J. Jennings, 81
Carol Johnscher, 82

Meriom Kastner, Former Resident
Jack Kingston, 88
William J. Knight, 88
Marie Kraeutler, Former Resident

Andrea Laura Landis, 49
Peter R. Leddy, 96
Robert Michael Leonard, 95
Marie Lorenzo, 94

Joseph A. Maglione, 95
Karen Ann Marinella, 74
Margaret Martucci, 96
Elsa McElroy, 58
Michael Melia, 86
Patricia DeJesus Mercurio, 66

Charles Gary Najimian, Jr., 71
Anita Natalini, 59
Edward F. Newkirk, 93
J. Michael Nolan Jr., Litigator Founded Newark Charity

John R. ‘Jack’ O’Neil, Owned Lakeside Deli
Johann W. Ostman, 83

Francis “Frank” M. Passage, 72

Robert J. Reto, 65

Diana Salgado-Mancero, 42
Joseph M. Santarelli, 51
Wilma F. Santoro, 90
Lenardo George Savino, 91
David “Dave” J. Shatzel, 78
Howard V. Sisler, 84
William J. “Bill” Smith, 87
Charles F. Sona, 70
Laurence P. Spooner, 69

Franca Tanelli, 82
Gina M. Thomas, 92
Marie V. Traverso, 68

Carole A. VerSprill, 87

Bruce Wands, 72
Constance A. Wilson, 77

Patricia “Pat” Anne Yobs, Rescue Squad Lieutenant

Sandra Zilinsky, Former Resident

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Virginia Citrano
Virginia Citrano
Virginia Citrano grew up in Verona. She moved away to write and edit for The Wall Street Journal’s European edition, Institutional Investor, Crain’s New York Business and Since returning to Verona, she has volunteered for school, civic and religious groups, served nine years on the Verona Environmental Commission and is now part of Sustainable Verona. She co-founded MyVeronaNJ in 2009. You can reach Virginia at [email protected]


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