Concetta Percoco

May 2, 1917April 3, 2018

Concetta Percoco was born on May 2, 1917 and passed away on April 3, 2018.


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Bill Carr

April 9, 2018

Fran and Family,
I am so sorry to here about your mom passing. What a blessing it was for you and your family to have had her in your lives for so many years. I will always remember Aunt Connie as being a calm easy going person to talk to. She always had something positive and encouraging to say. I will always cherish the memory as a youth of all those Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations at your home with your mom and grandmother Anna cooking those fabulous 7 course meals. All the birthday and anniversary celebrations with the family at Iacomini's Restaurant when we looked forward to seeing you and Uncle Frank and Aunt Connie. Those times were a bright spot for Bob and I in a period of time when our lives were filled with such sorrow and sadness. I always felt your mom understood that and treated us with such kindness and compassion. Sad to say the Percoco family name now ends with your mom. No relatives left in Akron to carry on the name. End of an era for sure. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Your Cousin, Bill

Joanne Owen Pryor

April 8, 2018

Fran and family,

My mother, Esther, and I are thinking of you at this difficult time. Connie was a wonderful woman and such a true friend to Mom. I was so touched when I would visit in Akron and there would always be a message on Mom’s answering machine from Connie - just keeping in touch. Their childhood friendship that lasted their entire lives was certainly a blessing. May you find comfort and peace.

Joanne Owen Pryor

Patty Costigan

April 8, 2018

Dear Fran and family,
My husband, Tom and I were Connie's next door neighbors at Hampton Ridge. Our regret was that we only got to know her well during the last few years that she lived here. We felt privileged to share her birthday celebration at Portage. I'm sorry that I couldn't attend her 100th but appreciate being invited. Everyone who knew her throughout her years in Akron thought well of her and I joined those who admired her lifestyle. I am so sorry for your loss.
Patty Costigan