Alicemae C. Caiozzo

Alicemae C. Caiozzo

May 20, 1929 - December 01, 2013

Alicemae C. Caiozzo

May 20, 1929 - December 01, 2013


In Loving Memory of Our Wonderful Mother and Friend

Alicemae C. Caiozzo
1929 to 2013

Mom was a loving wife who married her husband, Joe, in 1950. She was devoted to Dad for 57 wonderful years, and together they developed a strong and loving home for their three children Vince, Chris, and Debbie. Mom was the cornerstone that provided the magic that made our home a real home, a place where you felt safe, welcomed, happy, and loved. She provided the nurture that allowed her children to blossom and become kind and loving in their own right. Vince, Chris, and Debbie were fortunate to find wonderful spouses in Karen (Vince), Doug (Chris), and Abraham (Debbie) who embraced mom with an enduring affection. Thank you for such special care and kindness. Not only does Mom’s essence live on in her children but also within her grandchildren, Katie and John. She loved both of you with all of her heart! As friends and family will attest, we were so fortunate to have mom in our lives just as she was equally fortunate to have each and every one of us in hers. Rest peacefully my beautiful mother.

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  4. Linda says:

    She was such a cutie on the beach! . . . so glad she agreed to venture out to the island with the gang. . .

  5. I loved having Alice visit when we were at Karen and Vince’s. Though she usually stayed in one spot, she was always an important part of the gathering, and people would come to her . She had an inner peace and joy that came through in her smile and laughter. It must have been wonderful being closer to her as a son, daughter, daughter-in-law, or grandchild. I know that each of you were really there for her in so many important ways.

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