OBITUARY

Juliet Paige Corsentino

November 11, 1923April 6, 2018

Juliet Paige Corsentino, 94, our beloved mother, was born November 11, 1923. She passed away peacefully on April 6, 2018, surrounded by family at home. Preceded in death by her husband, Sam C.; parents, Joe and Mary Losavio; her brother, Joe Losavio Jr.; sister, Angelina; her in-laws, Charles and Conjetta Corsentino; sister-in-law, Carly Terneuzen; brother-in-law, Charles Gray. Survived by her son, Dan (Joee Lynn) Corsentino; daughter, Mary Lou (Bill) Keister; granddaughter, Amanda (Gabriel) Ballejos; sister and best friend, Stella Gray; sister-in-law, Jeanette Losavio; sister-in-law, Rosetta (Tony) Pecoraro; great-grandchildren, Rilee and Graeson Ballejos; nephews, Bruce (Shawna) Hearn, Larry Hearn, Chuck (Judy) Pecoraro, John (Sara) Pecoraro; great-nieces, Cassie (Jeff) Marck, Tami Metzger, Melissa Losavio; Bill and Mary Lou’s family, Patrick (Kerstin), Billy (Sharon), Johnny (Mandy) Keister and Chena (Daniel) Montes and their families. Julie had a multitude of extended family, friends and employees. She was known for her humor and everyone loved her. Julie graduated from Lakeside Vineland High in 1942. She worked at Pueblo Army Depot from 1943-1947. She and her husband, Sam, owned Sambo’s Popcorn from 1948-1981, now Taffy’s. Julie’s favorite things were cleaning with her sister, Stella; watching Fox News; and Sunday dinners with family. Warmest thanks to her nurse, Cassandra, and staff at Sangre de Cristo Hospice. SPECIAL thanks to her Caregivers, Virginia Guida, Tina Romero, Lina Cocoa, Marina Zamora, Minerva Remsing, Annette Geanetta and Helen Bieker. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice or Cancer Research in her name. Please join us at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1145 South Aspen Road, at 2:45 p.m., Thursday, April 12, 2018, for the Funeral Mass in Julie’s honor. “The loss of a mother can never be replaced, but the love of a mother can never be lost”.

  • FAMILY

  • Survived by her son, Dan (Joee Lynn) Corsentino; daughter, Mary Lou (Bill) Keister; granddaughter, Amanda (Gabriel) Ballejos; sister and best friend, Stella Gray; sister-in-law, Jeanette Losavio; sister-in-law, Rosetta (Tony) Pecoraro; great-grandchildren, Rilee and Graeson Ballejos; nephews, Bruce (Shawna) Hearn, Larry Hearn, Chuck (Judy) Pecoraro, John (Sara) Pecoraro; great-nieces, Cassie (Jeff) Marck, Tami Metzger, Melissa Losavio; Bill and Mary Lou’s family, Patrick (Kerstin), Billy (Sharon), Johnny (Mandy) Keister and Chena (Daniel) Montes and their families. Julie had a multitude of extended family, friends and employees.

Services

  • Funeral Mass Thursday, April 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Juliet Paige Corsentino

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Susan Mondragon

April 12, 2018

Julie you were my first Boss at Sambos you were a wonderful person then and all the other years Ive seen you in life you always remembered me Rest In Peace Julie!

Michelle Ulibarri (Vigil)

April 11, 2018

My deepest condolences to Mary Lou, Dan and the entire family. Julie was a beautiful person with a heart of gold. May her memories help you during this very difficult time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Elizabeth(Betty Ann) Lauricella Harwood

April 11, 2018

Our condolences to the family. What a nice neighbor to our family! She always took time to say hello and ask how everyone was doing. My mother, God rest her soul, would always comment on how much she liked her. God Bless you all. Until you see your sweet mother again.

Elberto "EL" Lopez

April 11, 2018

Sincere condolences to the entire Corsentino family. I remember Mrs. Corsentino,s kindness and friendly smile for me and my friends when we frequented Sambo's after our weekly trip to Skateland on Abriendo St. Sometimes one of our group would come up short to pay for their order,and as we put our money together to bail the guy out, Mrs.Corsentino would not hear of it,she would simply say :"That's enough,don't worry about it"! We were merely children back then but a very young person never forgets those who treat them the way she treated everybody. Too me Mrs. Julie Corsentino was always one of the nicest,kindest sweetest ladies i ever had the honor of meeting in my childhood days. It is because of the way she treated me personally as a child,that i will always remember Mrs. Corsentino in my nightly prayers from now on. May she rest in peace. EL Lopez

FROM THE FAMILY