Linda – Dattilio

(Nov 20, 1926 to Feb 25, 2009)

Delran Residentrnrn rn(nee Blanzola) “God could not be everywhere so he made mothers” – Italian Proverb. Linda dedicated her life to the diligent care of her children and the support of her husband. She was born in Beverly and lived in the Delran area her entire life.rnrnA dance at St. Casimir Church led to a 37 year marriage to the late Frank and 4 children: Dr. Frank (Maryann) of Allentown, Pa, Daniel J. of Delran, John R. (Paola) of Rock Hill S.C., and Linda A. of Beverly; three grandchildren: Michael, Isabella, and Francesca; and two step-grandchildren, Roseanne Miller and Tara Stepakoff. She is also survived by her sister, Julia Barnes and was sister in law to Ann and Emerson Lucas of Riverside and Ralph Dattilio of Florida. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Pre-deceased by her parents Samuel and Gilda Blanzola, brother, Nicholas and sister, Anne Rogers.rnrnCome celebrate 82 motherly years Sunday from 6-8 pm and Monday from 8:30 to 9:30 am at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial Monday 10:00 am at St. Peter’s Church. Burial St. Peter’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to Jesus, the Good Shepherd Parish, 102 Middleton St. Riverside NJ, 08075 will be appreciated.

6 thoughts on “Linda – Dattilio

  1. patricia mahon kohler

    dear lynn and family, my family and I are thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. i know it seems more shocking when it is not expected. We will have you in our thoughts and prayers; patty

  2. Karen (Sands) Johnston

    Lynn, John, Dan & Frank, I have many fond memories growing up next door on Pancoast Blvd. I’m so sad to hear of your mom’s passing, but I know that she is joyful in her new home in heaven. She loved Jesus & can now rejoice with all the Angels & Saints. Take comfort in her faith and in God’s love. My family sends our deepest sympathy. Karen (Sands), Andy & Andy Johnston

  3. RoseAnn D. Miller

    My family and I are very sorry for the loss of one our dearest family members. Our family functions will not be the same without Nana there. We are sorry that we could not be there for the service personally due to our own family circumstances, but our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of our family. We had Nana remembered in our church bulletin at First Presbyterian Church of Allentown, PA. We are also donating an Easter Lily to the church on Easter Sunday in loving memory of her. rnrnTake care and God Bless.rnrnLove,rnrnRoseAnn, David, Alyssa, Taylor, Casey, and Cody.rnrn

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