Angeline Laneve

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Angeline Laneve died on January 31 at the age of 92. Angeline was born in Syracuse New York on, what was referred to then, as the "North Side." Angeline was born to Antoinette "DiGiogio" Cafferelli and Antonio Cafferelli, both now deceased. Angeline was the elder of four children raised by Antoinette and Antonio. Her sister Mary and brothers Louie and Albert all preceded Angeline in their passing. Angeline graduated from Central High School and distinguished herself with High Honors. Months before graduating high school Angeline was offered a full scholarship to Hamilton College but was unable to attend because of family illness. Instead, Angeline worked in a local bookstore and spent most of her time working and reading, what a perfect match for such a voracious reader. As World War II began to unfold she put her passivity aside and joined hundreds of other local young woman with the war effort. Angeline assisted the United States war effort by assembling landmines at the former Syracuse China factory, in the evening, after closing the bookstore. Although a pacifist by nature and very spiritual, Angeline knew the difference between right and wrong. Yes, Angeline earned the moniker, like so many other women, during that period of history as a "Rosie the Riveter," Shortly after World War II ended Angeline became Angeline Laneve and shortly thereafter Angeline and John grew large family, two boys and three girls. Annette Vercillo( Frank) Liverpool, NY, John (Cheryl) of East Longmeadow, MA., Anthony (Mary) of Syracuse NY, Catherine Burriesci(Vito) of Syracuse, NY. and Maria (Michael) Serafin of Purcellville, VA. Angeline was a loving mother to five and a grandmother to 13 and a great grandmother to 3. Angeline was a selfless woman who gave of herself for the betterment of her children and grandchildren in every way possible. She supported her family, physically, financially and spiritually in the advancement of their educations, development of businesses and she instilled in each of her children the importance of persistence in almost things that life has to offer. Angeline was a voracious reader of books and without exaggeration she must have read thousands of books. She frequently traveled throughout Europe with close friends and in later years she traveled with her children. Angeline was generous to others and was a deeply religious woman.
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Angeline Laneve

1921 - 2014

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