March 24, 1924 ~ February 18, 2021

Born in: Marion, NY
Resided in: Greece, NY

Mildred Elizabeth Vermeulen “Millie”


Greece:  February 18, 2021 at age 96 went home to be with her husband of 63 years, Albert Vermeulen; son and daughter-in-law, Dean and Leslie Vermeulen; sisters, Esther Vanderbrook, Arlene Chesonis, Elise DeCann, Margaret Miller and Helen Fellows.  She is survived by her loving daughter, Gail (James) Clune; grandchildren, Dawn (Nathan)Haberer and Michael Vermeulen; great-grandsons, Colton and Luke Haberer; loving family and dear friends.

Millie was a member of St. Charles Borromeo Church and active with the YMCA.  She enjoyed golfing, playing cards, piccino, sewing, her family and friends, bargain shopping, dabbing in investments and the stock market.  She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

Millie’s Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday February 23rd at 11:30 AM at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 3003 Dewey Avenue Rochester NY. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association of Rochester and Finger Lakes Region in her memory.  For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit


Mass of Christian Burial: February 23, 2021 11:30 am

St. Charles Borromeo Church
3003 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, NY 14616


Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
2461 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, NY 14612

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  1. Dear Gail and family. We were so very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was a wonderful friend to our mother for many years, stopping by for coffee and chatting at the kitchen table. The Daly family is thinking of you and your family with sympathy and caring.

    Julie (Daly) Coccia

  2. My dear friend, so sorry to hear that your mother has passed away. Please know that I have you in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord provide you and your family with strength, comfort and peace during this time.

    Diane Hill – “ViV Vee”

  3. Gail we’re praying for you as you mourn the loss of your mother. Aunt Millie was the light and comfort for so many, and she’ll live on in our hearts forever. Aunt Millie was like a second mother to me. I will miss are days we talked on the phone. After are talks I always would tell her I love you, but she never said it back. One day I asked her why she said you know I love you why do I have to say it. She will be so missed in so many lives. I LOVE YOU Aunt Millie rest in peace.

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