OBITUARY

Ann M. Perrotta

November 19, 1930March 20, 2021
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Ann M. Perrotta “Bubbles” (nee Del Russo) departed this earth and began her journey back to our Lord Jesus and her loving husband, Joe, on Saturday, March 20, 2021. She passed away peacefully at Mountainside Hospital surrounded by her loving family, feeling their love for her right up until the end.

She was predeceased by her loving and devoted husband, Joe Perrotta; parents, John and Antoinette Del Russo; aunt, Margaret Del Russo; sister and brother in law, Angie and Tom Goertz; and sister in law Joy Del Russo. She was also predeceased by her mother in law and father in law Gelsomina and Vincent Perrotta; sister in law and brother in law, Ann and Frank Faliveno; brother in law, Italo Perrotta; and many loving cousins and friends.

Ann is survived by her loving children, Vincent Perrotta and his wife Gloria, Joanne DellaVolpe and her husband Nick, and Cathy Perrotta and her partner Donna Mirocco; cherished grandsons, Vincent Perrotta and Michael Perrotta and his fiancé Rosie; loving brothers, John Del Russo and Richard Del Russo and his wife JoAnn; brother in law, John Perrotta; sister in law Dot Perrotta; and many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, cousins, and friends.

She was a lifelong resident of Belleville and lifelong parishioner of St. Anthony of Padua Church in Belleville. She was an active member of the Rosary Society and the Senior Citizen Club, both of St. Anthony’s. She was also a member of the Belleville Senior Citizen Club and actively worked on the voting polls in Belleville.

Ann, “Bubbles”, was a faithful, warm, caring, honorable, loyal, and a loving person. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. She did not need much to make her happy. She enjoyed the simple things in life. She was kind and giving and she was happiest when her house was full of family and friends. She was so welcoming and always happy to have everyone around her table. She left her mark on everyone whose life she touched. Our tremendous loss is the Lord’s and Heaven’s tremendous gain.

Visitation will be held at the LaMonica Memorial Home, 145 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue in Livingston, on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 from 8:30 -11:30 am. The Mass of Christian Burial will also be offered on Wednesday, March 24, at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Belleville at 12:30 pm, followed by the Interment in Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Upper Montclair.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions and capacity limitations, visitors are asked to briefly pay respects to the family in order to accommodate others. Masks are required at all times and kindly practice social distancing. As a result, regretfully, the family will not be sharing in a repast after the funeral.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, March 24, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, March 24, 2021

  • Burial

    Wednesday, March 24, 2021

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Karen & Matt Nord

March 24, 2021

To know her was to love her. And you didn’t even have to be in her presence for more than a few minutes to know how special she was. She will be greatly missed. Her legacy will live on through you, Aunt Cathy because there is so much of her in you. We love you and are so sorry for your loss. Xoxo

Cynthia Della Volpe

March 23, 2021

There are so many wonderful memories, Bubbles always treated everyone like family! Holidays, Tuesday cake, Thursday and Sunday dinner, the list goes on and on! She was loved enormously and will be missed immensely 💕

Jessie Hoban

March 23, 2021

There are some people who bring a light to this world that is so bright it remains even after they have gone. This is Bubbles. Her love, her kindness, and her ability to make everyone feel like family are just a few of the things I’ve always admired about her. She sent me care packages in college and gave me my teapot at my wedding shower. And I’ll always remember the few awesome Christmas parties we celebrated at her house...and of course her delicious cookies. She always made me feel special and loved, and I’m so grateful that I’ve gotten to know her over the years. We love you Bubbles, and we will miss you!

Christopher Mirocco

March 23, 2021

I still vividly remember the first time I met Bubbles as a young kid- that is the kind of Lady that she was. I remember being instantly drawn to her warmth, her smile, and her cooking...and that never changed. I will cherish the times that I got to go have gravy at her home- and particularly the time that I got to sit with her and eat leftovers from the Christmas Eve feast. She was a wonderful woman, and will be deeply missed. But I am also celebrating her victory to heaven which she was so prepared for, and that she is reunited with her dear husband Joe.

Jennie Esposito

March 23, 2021

Dear Cathy & family,

Our deepest sympathy is yours, with our warmest thoughts and prayers.

Remembering all the wonderful "Thursday nights" & many other times shared with you and your family .

She will be missed, but, not forgotten.

With Love & Prayers
Jennie Esposito & family


Angelo Del Russo

March 23, 2021

Dear Cathy,Joanne,& Vincent, Richard, Joann , & John.. Heartfelt prayer four your families!

Fond and loving memories of your Mom and Dad & Sister, are ours to cherish and recall. Although our love is as extended family we are grateful for the very memorable moments our parents and family shared especially during our growing up years.

God Bless You all, and may Ann and Joe have 🙏peaceful rest with all of our family and loved ones.❤️

Angelo
&
Angela

Cousins Del Russo

Judy Herrick

March 22, 2021

I am very sorry for your loss . Bubbles was the glue to keep it all rolling. She was a true saint on earth. Always there for everyone. My condolences and prayers to you all . You all have big shoes to fill but all the guidance you received over the years she know you can pull it off .
God Bless , Terry & Judy Herrick

Kathleen Schimpf

March 22, 2021

Dear Vinny, Joanne, and Cathy...My deepest sympathy ....I have fond memories of your mom at Joanne and Nick's house in Elmwood Park...Good times on Father's Day for the Annual picnic...I know your mom is with your dad now happily ever after....The way it should be....Much love to all....Kathy Schimpf....

Theresa and Matthew Monetti

March 22, 2021

Thank You for the many happy memories we had at your house on Thursday night or whenever we stopped by to visit you. We Love You and will truly miss you.

Joan Fry

March 22, 2021

I have learned so many life lessons from your Mom and did not realize I was learning at the time. She is so special. A true Saint. Always happy, caring and loving. I can remember sitting at the kitchen table with Cathy and Joann. Joann and I were just laughing about what I do not know. Your Mom just laughed with us. The happiness was contagious. I have been blessed to have known her and only hope I can live up to all the lessons she has left behind with me. Saint Peter has those gates wide open. Rest In Peace.

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