On May 18, 2006, we lost the patriarch of the Vallone
family. My father, Don Vallone, Sr., passed away of an apparent massive
heart attack. He leaves behind a loving wife, two proud sons, and five
adoring grandchildren. His life is celebrated on a special
page here on our family web site.
Please also visit his memorial
page on the Miller Funeral Homes web site, where you can light a
candle and leave words of remembrance.
"Montgomery, Donald R."
Date published: 09/30/2006
"PENFIELD: September 29, 2006. Donald is survived by his loving
wife of 57 1/2 years, Joan M.; 2 daughters, Donna J. (James Sr.)
Petrotta and Kathleen M. (Donald) Upton; grandchildren, Heather (Dave)
Crane, John (Nikki) Crane, Matthew Crane and Jeffrey (Kathryn) Schaad;
great-grandchildren, Jaiden Crane, Noah Schaad and Nevin Crane;
sisters, Dorothy (James) Burchard, Thelma (Harold) Chapin and Dolores
Vallone; many nieces, nephews and friends. The family wishes to
express their gratitude to the wonderful doctors and nurses who gave
him such loving care.In keeping with Donald's wishes there will be no
prior visitation. Please join the family for his Funeral Mass, Monday,
October 2, 10:00 AM at St. Joseph's Church, 43 Gebhardt Rd., Penfield.
Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to
the Palliative Care Program at URMC, Box 270032, Rochester, NY
14627-0032. Arrangements, Jennings, Nulton & Mattle Funeral
"Montgomery, Helen E."
Date published: 06/03/2006
"DALTON: Age 92. Died June 1, 2006. She was born November 12,
1913, in Woodhaven, NY, to Harvie and Clara Knaus Robertson. She is
predeceased by her husbands, Ralph Eisaman and Frederick Montgomery;
daughter, Cynthia; son, William; and sister, Catherine. She is
survived by son, James (Deborah) Eisaman of Macedon; daughter, Sandra
(Mel) Sanders of VanNuys, CA; 7 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren;
sister, Jane (Robert) Kalisch of Annadale, VA.Friends may call at the
Mann Funeral Home in Nunda on Sunday, 2-4 PM. A Graveside Service will
be held Sunday at 4:30 in Oakwood Cemetery, Nunda. Memorial donations
may be made in her memory to the Nunda Ambulance."
" Vallone, Nina (Lauricella)"
Date published: 3/29/2005
"Irondequoit, entered into rest peacefully on March 27 2005, at
age 89. Predeceased by her husband of 42 years, Joseph, an attorney,
in 1980, Predeceased by her parents, Sam and Mary Lauricella of
Buffalo; her husband's parents, Luigi and Antonina Vallone; her
brother-in-law and sister-in-law Jim and Carmella Vallone; her
sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Louise and Sam Celona; and all of
her aunts and uncles and several cousins, nieces and nephews, and
close friends. Survived by her son, Lewis A Vallone, Esq.; her
daughter Dr. Kathi Friedman; her brother and sister-in-law, Fred and
Carmen Laurie of Florida; her grandchildren, attorney Paul (Heather)
Vallone of Buffalo, Dr. Kristin (Greg) Christodulu of Saratoga
Springs; Kara Mazzaferro; her great-grandchildren Dylan and Taylor
Wild; her lifelong friend Clara Badamy; her friends at Westage at the
Harbor; and many other caring friends, nieces and nephews.Nina was
born and raised in Buffalo, graduated from Buffalo State Teachers'
College and started out teaching in a 1 room schoolhouse, when it was
necessary to keep the potbelly stove going during the winter months.
Nina's passion was her family. She enjoyed being a homemaker, cooking
and gardening, entertaining family and friends, going to their summer
cottage at 1000 Islands, fishing with her husband Joe, and traveling
the US and Europe. She met her husband Joseph when he went to Buffalo
Law School and came to visit his godmother, Clara Polizzi, who was
Nina's grandmother. They knew each other for 7 years before getting
married. While Nina was attending college, her future husband Joseph
traveled from Rochester to Buffalo every weekend to see her, taking a
train that cost $1.00 for a round trip. After they were married,
Joseph and Nina lived in Rochester where her husband practiced law
until his death in 1980. Nina was fortunate to have had many loving
and caring friends who supported her throughout her life end
especially during the last 5 years, after she had open heart surgery,,
had to move out of her condo after a fire destroyed the building, had
many falls and broken bones. Her friends never failed to call, bring
flowers or meals, or visit. Her friends, family, cousins, nieces and
nephews were always there for her, through health and sickness. She
was also fortunate to have wonderful caring doctors, especially Dr.
Howard Beckman. Dr. Lawrence Gage, and Dr. Christopher Grammar, and
caring hospice workers, Mary Kay Colon, Barbara Sides, AI Torres and
Tina Pickrum.Friends may call Tuesday, March 29 from 4-8 p.m. at the
Paul W. Harris Funeral Home at 570 Kings Highway, on the corner of
Titus Avenue, Irondequoit New York. Friends may attend her Funeral
Mass on Wednesday March 30, 2005 at St. Michael's Church, at the comer
of Clinton and Clifford Avenues, Father Peter Deckman officiating, at
9 a.m. Internment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery immediately following the
Mass. A luncheon for family and friends will be held afterwards at
Harris Family Center, 560 Kings Hwy, located behind the Harris Funeral
Home. Friends wishing to make donations may direct them to Hospice at
Visiting Nurse Foundation, 2180 Empire Boulevard, Webster, NY 14580.