Ingrid M. Catino, 87

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Ingrid M. Catino, 87, died on March 18, 2024 at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Paterson.

Friends may visit at St. Mary Armenian Church, 200 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston on Friday, March 22 at 9:30 a.m. A funeral mass will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Caldwell.

Ingrid was born and raised in Hanover, Germany, came to America and lived in Caldwell before moving to Verona in 1961.

She was the founder and owner of La Petite, a petite ladies fashion store on Bloomfield Avenue in Caldwell and also in Westfield and Closter. And she was a member of Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Verona and attended St. Mary Armenian Church with her dear friend, Jack Berberian.

Ingrid was predeceased by her husband, Pat V. Catino; her parents, Helmut and Anni (nee Senger) Schrader; and siblings, Gisela Dettmar, Marion Schoning and Volker Senger.

She is survived by her stepson, Vincent Catino; nephew, Stefan; dear friend, Jack Berberian and a grandson.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory to either Our Lady of the Lake Church Endowment Trust, 22 Lakeside Ave., Verona, NJ 07044 or St. Mary Armenian Church, 200 West Mt. Pleasant Ave., Livingston, NJ 07039 would be appreciated.

Condolences, pictures and memories may be left at www.proutfuneralhome.com.

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