Two things were for sure if you visited Angie: She’d greet you with a warm smile and feed you something delicious from that pot on the stove. Her hospitality traits were learned from immigrant parents who along with others banned together to built a good life in America. What she valued most was her family and her Church, St. Joseph‘s in Swedesboro.. Her first home, a farmhouse on Center Sq. Rd., had an open door policy: come, eat, stay as long as you like. She continued in that tradition for the rest of her life. Angie did well with the younger set since she stayed young at heart, full of mischief and always ready to pull a prank. She never had tons of money, but was wealthy as anyone when she gathered her friends and family around her. rnShe married her great love, the late Salvatore (Sam) and was blessed with three children: Sam (Gina), Lucy Ann, and John (Karen); her pleasure was doubled with the addition of grandchildren: Christina, Andrea, Nicholas, and Sophia. She is also survived by two sisters: Gloria Centonzo and Caroline (Benjamin) Cueto, two grandcats, Oliver and Clare and a grand guinea Pig, Georgie . Angie was pre deceased by parents, Giovanni and Rosina, and brothers, Alessio and Dave Azzari , sister Lydia Cuccinotta.rnCome celebrate 83 years of family and friends Wednesday 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Church, Swedesboro . Mass of Christian Burial 11 a.m. Thursday. Burial St. Joseph’s Cemetery. rnDonations to Shady Lane Nursing Home, Recreation Fund, 256 County House Rd., Clarksboro, 08020 will be appreciated. Leave a story of Angie at lifecelebrationstudio.com.rnArrangements by Daley Life Celebration Studio.