Angelina Tomarchio Crimi

(Jan 9, 1927 to Mar 19, 2011)

“I’ve been thinking maybe you should…”: she served generous helpings of a mother’s love. Angelina’s life began when her first child was born and much more joy surfaced when the other three arrived. Mothering was her profession. If her late husband, Sam, was stuck on shift work, Angelina sometimes covered the father job as well. She walked the children to school, made sure they had all they needed, and fed them till they could eat no more. Sundays were for Spaghetti dinners; her family struggles to reproduce her gravy. Up until the day of her death Angelina gave her children advise on everything: Once a mother always a mother.rnAngelina drew her strength from her Catholic religion. She attended Mass and said the rosary daily and counted on her faith in good times and bad.rnShe was the wife of the late Salvatore and is survived by her loving family: Anne (Alan) Parmelee, Rose (Pete) White, Angela Williams, John (Linda) Crimi; thirteen grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, her brother, Alfred Tomarchio and a dear friend Russell Liccardello.rnCome celebrate 84 selfless years Tuesday 6 to 8PM and Wednesday 8:30 to 9:30 AM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, 1518 Kings Hwy., Swedesboro. Mass of Christian Burial 10AM at St. Joseph’s Church, Swedesboro. Burial St. Joseph’s Cemetery. Donations to the American Red Cross, P.O. Box 97089, Washington D.C. 20090-7089 will be appreciated. Please write “Tsunami Relief” in the memo section. Tell a great story about Angelina at lifecelebrationstudio.comrn rnrn

2 thoughts on “Angelina Tomarchio Crimi

  1. Catherine Price

    Dear Anne, I’m so sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. Noone is ever ready to lose their mother. My mother died 17 years ago and I still miss her. You need to cherish the memories and love you shared with her. Even though she is gone from this world you will still feel her close to you at times. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Cass Price

  2. Peggy Newton and family

    Dear Annie, Rose, Angela, John, grandchildren, and extended family,rnThe loss of your Mother/Grandmother must be very difficult to accept, but your faith will bring hope, consolation, and the assurance that she is with her God in His Heavenly Kingdom, where there are no pain, no problems, no sadness or worries of any kind. Know that in thinking of you, I remember the wonderful, sweet, always smiling, good friend and neighbor thatrnshe was. With sincerest sympathy, Peg Newton

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