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NOTO, Vincenza "Virginia" - August 1, 1924 - February 17, 2017 A sincere thank you to all that came to visit and support our family at William's Funeral Home and attended mom's funeral Mass at St. George's Church. Mom was blessed to have Father Greg, Father Cesar and Father Paul administer the sacrament of Last Rites and Father Cesar and Father Stanley to celebrate her Funeral Mass. A special thanks to Annemarie, Doug and Samantha for the readings, and to the pallbearers - Anthony, Tom, Bryon, Brianne, Alex and John and for taking mom to her final resting place. My mom lived in her home on Elmwood Ave. for almost 60 years. She wanted to stay home. Her side door was open from morning till night. Thank you Uncle Sam for calling and checking in on her several times a day. Thank you to all her friends and neighbors who helped to make staying at home possible. So many stopped in to just say hi, have tea, bring in her paper, dropped off groceries and special treats, take out the garbage, do the gardening, etc. She grew an awesome tomato plant in her front flower bed last summer, so many just stopped by to admire her work. Thank you to the ladies from the CWL for bring Holy Communion to her. I can't thank you enough for being there for her. Thank you to all for loving her. We want to thank everyone at St. George's, Jane for her assistance, the organist and the choir for their beautiful and inspiring music and the altar servers. A special thanks to The CWL for joining our families in the prayer vigil and preparing the lovely luncheon. Many thanks to my cousins, friends and neighbors for all the extra wonderful food. Thank you also to the first responders and to the ER staff at Niagara Falls General Hospital. Our families thank you for your kind and gentle ways to make mom and our families comfortable. The staff at the William's Funeral Home was sensitive and kind to us as we made our arrangements. Thank you for your understanding and patience. Our mom lived in God's Grace and she died in God's Grace. She touched and taught everyone that she met, we will never forget her. Sincerely Josephine (Noto) and Richard Komarmi and Family, Sam Insinna Family, and the Ciancio Family.
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