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Oak Lawn Funeral Home

619 New Warrington Road, Pensacola, FL

OBITUARY

Angela Bosco

March 7, 1926October 31, 2019

Bosco, Angela (Angie) Cardo Pensacola, FL/Rochester, NY: On October 31, 2019 Angie died peacefully at home at age 93. She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 63 years, Louis A. Bosco and survived by their two children: son, August C. (Theresa) Bosco and daughter, Rosalie (Thomas) Matthews. She proudly leaves behind her seven grandchildren: Diana (Douglas) Christodaro, Kristin (Steven) Castner, Nathan (Jennifer) Matthews, David (Jennifer) Bosco, Keith (Cristy-Ann) Bosco, Shelley (Patrick) Lamie, and Janelle (Dennis) Annechino as well as her ten great-grandchildren; Melina and Raena Christodaro, Cameron, Logan, and Mason Bosco, Zachary, Nicholas, and Jacob Matthews and twins, Rocco and Lily Annechino. She is also survived by a sister, Mary Ann Mady and a brother, Victor F. Cardo. The family would like to thank all those who showed her so much love and companionship during her residence in Florida, especially her “church family” as well as her life-long friends and relatives in Rochester. We would also like to thank the loving and caring team of Regency Hospice, especially her nurse, Tami. Oak Lawn Funeral Home in Pensacola will be in charge of services: Visitation on Tuesday, November 5th from 5 to 7 pm, with Rosary at 6 pm. Funeral Mass on November 6th at 10:00 am celebrated by Fr. Chuck Collins, St. Anne Catholic Church, Bellview. Visitation will be held November 18, 2019 in Rochester at Alvah Halloran & Son, 2125 Chili Ave. followed by interment on November 19, 2019 at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery to be announced.

St. Augustine's Prayer for the Dead

“If you knew the gift of God and what heaven is. If you could hear the song of the angels from here and see me in the midst of them. If you could see unfolding before your eyes the horizons and eternal fields, the new paths where I walk! If, for a moment, you could contemplate as I do the beauty before which all beauties pale. What? You saw me, you loved me in the country of shadows, and you could not see me or love me in the country of immutable realities! Believe me, when death comes to break your bonds as it broke those that chained me and when, on a day that God knows and that he has determined, your soul comes into this heaven where mine has preceded, on that day you will see me again, you will find my affection purified. God forbid that upon entering a happier life, unfaithful to the memories and the true joys of my other life, I became less loving. You will see me again, then, transfigured into ecstasy and happiness, no longer awaiting death, but advancing moment to moment with you into new paths of Light and Life. Wipe away your tears, and weep no more if you love me.”

  • FAMILY

  • Louis A Bosco, Husband (deceased)
  • August C. (Theresa) Bosco, Son
  • Rosalie (Thomas) Mathews, Daughter
  • Diana (Douglas) Christodaro, Granddaughter
  • Kristin (Steven) Castner, Granddaughter
  • Nathan (Jennifer) Mathews, Grandson
  • David (Jennifer) Bosco, Grandson
  • Keith (Cristy-Ann) Bosco, Grandson
  • Shelley (Patrick) Lamie, Granddaughter
  • Janelle (Dennis) Annechino, Granddaughter
  • Melina and Raena Christodaro, Great Grandchild
  • Cameron, Logan and Mason Bosco, Great Grandchild
  • Zachary, Nicholas and Jacob Mathews, Great Grandchild
  • Rocco and Lily Annechino, Great Grandchild
  • Mary Ann Mady, Sister
  • Victor F Cardo, Brother

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, November 5, 2019
  • Rosary Service Tuesday, November 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Memories

Angela Bosco

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JoAnne Irwin

November 5, 2019

Rosalie and family, I will always treasure sweet Angie and the years of memories. I am going to miss our visits in Rochester and phone calls after she moved to Florida. The life long friendship our parents shared was a blessing. They are now together again. Rest In Peace Angie.

MARY CASTELLI

November 5, 2019

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY AT THIS TIME OF LOSS. YOUR MOM AND GRANDMOTHER WAS A VERY SPECIAL WOMAN. MANY YEARS HAVE GONE BY SINCE I PROVIDED TRAVEL SERVICES BUT SHE WAS A KIND GENTLE WOMAN. CHERISH YOUR MEMORIES.

Terri Perkins

November 5, 2019

Mrs. Bosco—I will miss you. You were such a kind, sweet lady. Rest In Peace in the arms of the Lord.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY