Josephine
Cherry Hill, New Jersey: September 1, 2010 at age 97. She is survived by her son, Dr. David Condoluci; daughter-in-law, Patricia Wickes Condoluci; grandchildren, Lauren Condoluci & Dr. Mark Condoluci; niece, Georgia Rush; nephew, Jimmy Abbruscatto; cousin, Rosemary Devoe; step-daughter, Geraldine Mack; step-grandchildren, Joseph, Marion, Nicholas Lynn, Paula, Gary, Laura, Mark, Jim, Peachy, Vickie, Diane, Jackie, Michael; several step-great grandchildren and their families; many dear friends. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated, Tuesday, 11:30 A.M. at Holy Ghost Church, 220 Coldwater Road. Interment will follow Mass at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

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  1. Dave and Pat – Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this most difficult time. I know that your mother was very proud of you and Lauren and Mark. As always, if there is anything we can do for you, please don’t hesitate to ask.
    Joe and Beth

  2. David: Our hearts go out to you at this very sad time. Please know that your Mom and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. DEAR DAVE AND PAT:
    VERY SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE PASSING OF YOUR MOTHER. I REMEMBER HER AS ALWAYS BEING KIND TO SUZIE AND ME WHEN WE CAME OVER DURING COLLEGE. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. MIKE AND SUZIE MAGGIULLI
    HERE ARE COUPLE OF PHONE NUMBERS IF YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO CALL.. 585-738-1921 AND HOME 585-494-2513

  4. Dear David & family,
    I’m so sorry to hear about your Mom. I had a birthday card ready to send to hear and then read about her in the paper. I have many, many memorable thoughts of her when she and your Dad had the greenhouse on Buffalo Road. I will miss her greatly.
    Elaine Hay

  5. Dear David and Family,
    We are so sorry to learn about your Mother.
    The girls and I have such fond memories of you and your Mother and Father.
    You are in our thoughts.
    Fondly, Pam and Girls

  6. Dr. David Condoluci

    My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

    I’m not sure you will remember me, my father is Charlie Bruscato, Aunt Bessie’s brother.

    I remember your mom and dad when lived on St. Paul St and then Buffalo Rd., they were wonderful people. I remember some really great times together, weekends and holidays were special.

    I am sorry I can’t make the service and meet you, but know I will be thinking of you and your parents & davs gone by

    Mary Rose (Bruscato) Rucci

  7. Hi Dave, I’m Jack and Kay Militello’s grandson. I used to love going with them to visit your folks when I was a kid. Very sorry to hear about your mom’s passing, but happy she lived such a long and wonderful life.

  8. OUR SINCEREST SYMPATHY IS SENT TO YOU WITH THE PASSING OF YOUR MOM. WHAT A WONDERFUL WOMAN SHE MUST HAVE BEEN TO HAVE LEFT SUCH A BEAUTIFUL LEGACY , YOU AND YOUR LOVELY FAMILY. GOD BLESS YOU ALL AND YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS.

  9. The passing of a parent is a difficult concept for any child to grasp, regardless the age of the child, or the duration of the parent’s life. As children, the comfort we can seek is in the memories we have and the lessons we’ve learned.
    It is our sincerest hope that you treasure and celebrate the wonderful memories and the good times that you have from a lifetime. We also hope that the life’s experiences you’ve learned provide you the inner strength to go forward as a way to pay tribute to Josephine Condoluci.
    On behalf of my wife and myself, and the whole Kennedy Family, we wish the Condoluci Family well.

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