Mildred Benvenuto

(Oct 12, 1922 to Jan 28, 2012)

Our joys will be greater, our love will be deeper and our lives will be fuller because we shared your moment. rnMildred’s 89 wonderful years (Oct. 12, 1922-Jan. 28, 2012) were celebrated privately and she was interred at Monument Cemetery in her hometown of Beverly. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be made to St. Mary’s Catholic Home Attn: Dawne Penner 210 St. Mary’s Dr. Cherry Hill, NJ 08003.rn

8 thoughts on “Mildred Benvenuto

  1. CAROLANN GRIFFIN

    DEAR CHRISTINE; YOUR MOM, MY AUNT, WAS A WONDERFULrnHARD WORKING MOTHER WHO ALWAYS HAD HER HOME OPENEDrnTO ALL RELATIVES AND FRIENDS AND SHOULD HOLD A SPECIALrnPLACE IN HEAVEN FOR TAKING CARE OF HER PARENTS TILL THE END. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY ME AND ALL OUR FAMILY.rn LOVE, COUSIN CAROLANN AND BILLrn

  2. Michele Warner

    I remember Aunt Mill as being the most loving,loyal, gentle,generous,hard working and most kind Mother, friend and Aunt one could be most fortunate to have. She is in heaven now with all her loved ones. She is happy now. God bless Aunt Mill. Miss you, Love you.rn Your niece, Michele

  3. Mary Popowcer-Baskin

    Dear Cousin Chrissy…So very sorry to hear your Mom and my Aunt Mildred passed…a loving Mom…caring Sister and wonderful GodMother to Susan..who is missed every day.. Always cherish fond memories of your Beloved Mother…in your heart as they will comfort you..rn”look for me in a moonbeam…forever in a Star..I am and always will be everywhere you are”rnPeace & LovernCousin Mary & Larry

  4. tony bertino

    Hi Christine- Please accept my sympathy with your mother’s passing. I have very fond memories of her and your whole family as being very warm and welcoming whenever we came over. As we get older we realize our childhood memories are priceless and for that we are all most fortunate. Tony

  5. Carolann Dickinson Boyd

    I’ve tried to get ahold of my relatives in California to confirm Mildred is who I think she was but they haven’t answered my messages. I believe Mildred was married to Al who’s younger brother Harold was married to my sister Henni. Al and Mildred’s house in Beverly was a part of my childhood memories. If I have the right family I would like to express my condolences to her surviving family members. I’m havin a hard time remembering names so please email me back I would love to talk about old times . With sincere sympathy Carolann Dickinson Boyd

  6. MARY AGUNSDAY

    DEAR NIECE CHRISTINE; WILL NEVER FORGET MY DEARrnSISTER MILDRED, SHE WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY PRAYERSrnAND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER ALL THE FOND MEMORIESrnFROM YEARS GONE BY AND THE PRESENT. LOVE AUNT MARY

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