Laura T. Angelone
March 31, 1921 - May 22, 2002
Pre-deceased by: Her parents, Frank & Loreta Angelone; brother, Nicholas Angelone; sisters-in-law, Henrietta Angelone, Helen Angelone.
Survived by: Her brothers & sisters, Joseph Angelone, Pat (Jerry) Angelone, Frank Angelone, Nancy Angelone, Henry (Sue) Angelone, Louise (George) Visco, Betty (Joe) Padulo; many dear nieces & nephews.
Born at: Rochester, NY
History: Laura retired from V.H. Lang Trophies in Rochester, where she worked as a processor.
Accomplishments: Laura loved to cook for family. She enjoyed painting, reading & spending time with family & friends.
Donations: American Diabetes Assn. 20 Ramona St. Rochester, NY 14613 or American Heart Assn. 2113 Chili Ave. Rochester, NY 14624.
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home, Inc. 1411 Vintage Lane (between 390 & Long Pond Rd.) Visiting Hours will be Friday 4-8. All are invited to attend Laura`s Funeral Mass on Saturday at 11 AM at Our Mother of Sorrows Church (Corner of Latta Rd. & Mt. Read Blvd.) Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Directions to Service: Our Mother of Sorrows Church is located at 5000 Mt. Read Blvd in Greece at the corner of Latta Rd.
Sam "Salvatore" P.Lippa
October 15, 1920 - May 26, 2002
Survived by: Survived by his wife Louise Noto Lippa; children, Thomas (Leslie) Lippa of NC., Connie (Edward) Fess, Donald (Jeanette) Lippa, David (Nancy) Lippa; 10 Grandchildren; 1 Great-Grandson; brother, Paul (Christine) Lippa; sisters, Gertrude Coia & Lorraine (Robert) Macaluso; beloved brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces & nephews.
Born at: Rochester, New York
History: Sam was a proud member of the BOJAKS, Honorary Member of the Rochester Press Radio Club, Member of the Stadium Club of Rochester, Rochester Bowler`s Association Hall of Fame, Rochester Boxing Association, Moose Club, Past Publisher of "Rochester Bowling World" & "The Rochester Golfer." Sam also worked with the Rochester Red Wings, Lancers & Buffalo Stallions. He was the owner/operator of Century Signs.
Accomplishments: Sam loved children, especially his grandchildren. He was a kind hearted man who enjoyed the company of his friends. Sam`s appearance was always very important to him and his comb was always nearby. Sam was very artistically inclined. He enjoyed sports, especially Boxing, Bowling, Baseball and Golf.
Donations: In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, 277 Alexander St., Rochester, NY 14607 in Sam`s memory.
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home, Inc., 1411 Vintage Lane (Between 390 & Long Pond Rd.). Sam`s visitation will be Wednesday 1-4 & 7-9 PM. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday 10 AM at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Stanley R. "Dick" Doptis
October 2, 1921 - May 31, 2002
Pre-deceased by: Parents, Stanley & Theresa Doptis.
Survived by: Survived by his wife Clara "Janet" Doptis; children, Stanley "Rick" Doptis Jr., David A. (Judy Bamburoski) Doptis, Peter Doptis; grandsons, Thomas Doptis & Daniel Doptis; brother Jerry Doptis.
Born at: Detroit, Michigan
Accomplishments: Dick loved anything that had to do with Golf, whether it was playing or watching the game. He served as a WWII Veteran in the Army. Dick had a very different sense of humor, he was socially outgoing and very personable. He lived his life very simplistically and privately.
Donations: In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to American Heart Association, 2113 Chili Ave., Rochester, NY 14624 in Dick`s memory.
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home, Inc. NO PRIOR VISITATION. Dick`s Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday 10 AM at St. Lawrence Church (N. Greece Rd.). Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery was private.
Rose B. Contestabile Panzarella
October 2, 1914 - April 22, 2002
Pre-deceased by: Her husband, Thomas Panzarella; parents, Dominic & Angelina Contestabile.
Survived by: She is survived by her daughters, Annette (Robert) DeVito of LeRoy, Angela (William White) Infantino; brother, Frank "Archie" Contestabile; sisters-in-law, Dorothy (Donald) Brunette, Sylvia Autovino, Dorothy Contestabile of CA; grandchildren, Andrea (Dan) DeVito-O`Grady, Mark DeVito, Anthony (Tracy) Infantino, Kevin Infantino, David Infantino, Liza Infantino; several nieces & nephews.
Born at: Rochester, NY
History: Rose was a secretary at Xerox.
Donations: Kirkhaven Courtyard, 254 Alexander St. Rochester, NY 14607
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home, Inc. 1411 Vintage Lane (between 390 & Long Pond Rd.) Visiting Hours will be Thursday 2-4 & 7-9. All are invited to attend Rose`s Funeral Mass on Friday at 9:30 AM at Holy Apostles Church (Lyell Ave.) Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Directions to Service: Holy Apostles Church is located at 7 Austin St. at The Corner of Lyell Ave. & Austin in Rochester.
Howard W. Genano (Lt. Col. USAFR Retired)
October 28, 1920 - April 13, 2002
Pre-deceased by: His wife Louise; parents Patsy & Sara.
Survived by: GREECE: April 13, 2002. He is survived by his wife Janette Genano; daughter, Marni (Josh) Kerr; sister Madeline Schrader of Fitchberg MA; In-laws Roger (Jessie) Scott, Ronald (Diana) Scott, Richard (Molly) Scott, Roger (Linda) Scott, Robert (Polly) Scott, Leonard (Helen) Schrader of NH, Sara Mayo of TN, Margaret "Deanne" (Carl) Heuer, nieces & nephews in Rochester, Massachusetts, Tennessee and around the country; many loving & caring close friends.
Born at: Leominster, Massachusetts
History: Howard Served in WWII and was a Retired Lt. Col., He was a retired Chiropractor, practiced on Dewey Ave. & a Former Greece Town Councilman.
Accomplishments: Howard W. Genano- Born 10-28-20 in Leominster, MA to immigrant parents, Pasquale and Concetta. Pasquale instilled in his son a love of America & a dedicated work ethic. Concetta taught her son to love people and inspired his sense of humor and quick wit. At 18 yrs of age, Howard left MA. to join the Army/Aircorp. After basic training, while stationed in Nashville Tn., Howard met and married Louise Ellis. With the onset of WWII, Howard, who spoke & wrote fluent Italian, volunteered to interpret in Europe. Instead he was assigned to duty in the South Pacific, where he was involved in the invasion of Okinowa. Howard firmly feels his life was saved along with thousands of other American Soldiers by the bombing of Japan. After the war ended, Howard enrolled in Loyola University in New Orleans, LA. to pusue a career in dentistry. Around that time Howard met a doctor who introduced him to the field of Chiropractic. Howard was impressed with the wholestic approach and transfered to Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis MO. He graduated in 1951 and he & Louise moved to Rochester. They chose Rochester after visiting with friends, because they liked the size of the city, the climate and the many people they met were always friendly. It was important to live in a neutral location so they could develop their lives independently. Howard was an extremely successful doctor in private practice on Dewey Ave. At this point he became involved in politics, primarily to promote chiropractic in New York State, as chiropractors were not yet licensed. He was one of the leaders who lobbied for licensure ehich was obtained around 1968. He also united many factions of Chiropractors across the state to become NYSCA. Howard enjoyed politics and people always recognized his unique ability to communicate and negotiate. He became involved in the Republican Party in Greece, NY. where he became Party Chairman during difficult times when factions were vying for control. Manes during that period include Sheriff Al Skinner, Fred Eckert, Vincent Tofany, Milo Tomanovich, Donald Riley. Howard was nominated and elected to 1st Ward Councilman in the Town of Greece. He served in that position for 8 years. He inspired many people to pursue political office including Vincent Campbell, Doug Dobson, Mike Barry, to mention a few. Howard retired from elected office in 1980. At the same time he retired from Chiropractic, when his wife of 40 + years became terminally ill. He continued to work whenever he could behind the scenes for the betterment of the community. Many People came to him for advice and support. The Military was always a strong influence to Howard. After active duty, Howard remained on reserve duty. His favorite assignment was as a liason to the Air Force Academy for all High Schools in Monroe County. During his tenure at this position, Howard interviewed all the brightest students to ascertain their eleigibility to apply to the Air Force Academy. This was a very rewarding assignment and involved numerous trips to Colorado Springs via Air Force Planes with contingents of educators and citizens to encourage recruitment. Howard retired from the Air Force with the rank of Lt. Col. In 1987/88 the chiropractic profession approached him when trouble arose at the New York Chiropratci College, which was then located in Long Island. He was appointed President of the College and helped avoid many of the problems that were surfacing. The College then negotiated the sale of it`s Long Island Facilitry and relocated to Seneca Falls, NY. Howard met Janette Scott Through the Chiropractic profession. They fell in love and Married in 1988. He adopted Janette`s daughter Marni and together they enjoyed parenting and the joys and challenges that this includes. Howard has continued to be a support to the community, his profession and his family.... Howard we love ya baby.
Donations: New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, NY
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home, Inc. 1411 Vintage Lane (between 390 & Long Pond Rd.) Visiting Hours will be Tuesday 3-7. All are invited to attend Howard`s Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 9:30 AM at Our Mother of Sorrows Church (5000 Mt. Read Blvd) Interment White Haven Memorial Park.
Directions to Service: Our Mother of Sorrows Church is located at 5000 Mt. Read Blvd. in Greece.
Mary P. LoCastro
September 17, 1928 - April 29, 2002
Pre-deceased by: Her son Joseph O. LoCastro Jr.
Survived by: Survived by her husband Joseph O. LoCastro Sr; daughters, Linda (Brian Coughlin) LoCastro & Lisa (Don Gibson) LoCastro; grandchildren Maria LoCastro, Joseph O. LoCastro III & Vincent LoCastro; brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, many nieces, nephews & cousins.
Born at: Rochester, NY
History: Mary was a crossing guard for the City of Rochester Police Department.
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home Inc, 1411 Vintage Lane (between Rte 390 & Long Pond Rd) Visitation Wednesday 4PM UNTIL 8PM. Mary`s Funeral Mass will be held Thursday at 10 AM at St. Augustine Church. Interment at the family`s convenience.
Directions to Service: St. Augustines Church is located at 410 Chili Ave. in Rochester.
Ruth M. (Weber) Barilla
October 8, 1922 - June 2, 2002
Pre-deceased by: Predeceased by her husband Joseph Barilla; son Michael Barilla; son-in-law Thomas Bertola.
Survived by: Survived by her children, Theresa Bertola, Joseph Barilla Jr., Donna (Frank Scalone) Barilla; Angela (Tony) Serratore; 10 Grandchildren; several Great-Grandchildren; daughter-in-law Laurie Barilla; sisters-in-law Tillie Weber, Marge Weber; several Nieces and Nephews.
Born at: Rochester, New York
History: Ruth was employed at Delco as an assembler.
Accomplishments: Ruth loved her family and she always looked forward to spending time with them. She also enjoyed playing bingo.
Donations: In lieu of flowers donatins may be sent to Lung Association, 1695 Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY 14620 in Ruth`s memory.
Services: BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO Funeral Home, Inc. NO PRIOR VISITATION. Ruth`s Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday 11 AM, June 5 at Holy Cross Church. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.