Rita A. Farfone

Rita A. Farfone

August 20, 1926 - January 29, 2013

Rita A. Farfone

August 20, 1926 - January 29, 2013


Rita was born August 20, 1926, in Bronx New York, daughter of the late Katherine and Anthony Locilenti. Rita was 1 of 4 siblings. On April 28, 1946, she married the love of her life, Warren Farfone

Rita graduated from Walton High School, Bronx New York in 1944. In 1971 the family relocated to Long Beach New York where Rita pursued her Banking career of of 20 years. In 1987 she retired to Dana Point California with her husband Warren who preceded her in death in 2012. They were married 65 years.

Rita enjoyed dancing, roller skating, and playing cards with the gals during her early years. She enjoyed her retired years doing crafts and spending time with friends at Dana Point Harbor. She also loved to travel, shop, decorate and make frequent trips to Las Vegas.

She was a great cook of Italian cuisine and handed down all her great family recipes to her children.

She loved to laugh and lived life to its fullest, and was a gentle, kind soul.
She truly loved life and spending time with her family .She will missed so much and will always be remembered.

Rita was preceded in death by her husband, Warren and, by her son, Daniel. She is survived by her children, Vincent, Jane and Carol, 5 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.

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  3. For You Grandma

    Almost a year has past,

    My Grandfather has been at rest.

    3 Children and 5 Grandchildren who adored him so.

    And a Wife, Left in strife from his departing soul,

    A Hole,

    A void that could not wait to be filled no more.

    Unable to mourn for who she has sworn.

    65 Years an Eternal bond that could not be wore.

    Passing the time for she has to wait no more.

    To be with him in Heaven

    As She, They were on Earth.


    Love You Grandma,..


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