OBITUARY

Josephine D. Carbone

October 27, 1921October 4, 2020

Josephine D. Carbone, 98, of the Plantsville section of Southington, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020, at the Southington Care Center. She was born on Oct. 27, 1921 in Alvignanello, province of Caserta, Italy, the daughter of the late Anthony and Maria (Marocco) Carbone. Prior to her retirement she worked for Lori Lock in Plantsville and previously for Gould Electronic for many years. Josephine loved reading, doing yard work, taking care of her vegetable garden and most of all cooking for her family who she cherished. Her frequent trips to Cape Cod with her family always brought her joy. She was also very grateful and happy when she was able to make trips back to her home country of Italy. She is survived by several loving nieces and nephews, as well as dear cousins and friends especially Raffaele Mastroianni, Mary Michaud, and Jenny Telesco. She was predeceased by a brother Guido Carbone and three sisters Rose Carbone, Antoinette Mongillo and Mary Flanigan. The family would also like to extend its sincere gratitude to the staff at the Southington Care Center for their years of caring and compassionate care for their beloved “Auntie Jo”. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, funeral services and calling hours will be private. DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St. Southington is assisting with arrangements. For online condolences please visit www.dellavecchiasouthington.com

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Beth Oates

October 11, 2020

I was a TRD at Southington Care for 4 years and Josephine was my right hand lady in all activities from Singing, Cooking, Bean Bag, Bowling, Bingo and Trivia. I was back last Christmas to visit and she knew me. We had a good bond I will always Cherish❤️🙏🏻❤️

kathy Carbone Sisson

October 11, 2020

Remembering Auntie Josie's smile, laughter and always seeing her puttering in her garden. She is gardening in heaven now.

Nadine Trottier

October 11, 2020

I just wanted to say what a pleasure it was to at first helping you a long at southington care center,to at the end taking care of you. Jo you were one of my favorite people, they way your smile would light up any room you were in . To all the inside jokes we shared,how you made me laugh thank you for never making my day boring and for always having me on my toes . You will be missed God Bless you they got a good one 😢

Chris Carbone

October 10, 2020

Auntie Joe, there are just so many memories from your house with Auntie Rose. From making pepper biscuits, to you just showing me around the house. You will always have a special place in my heart. I love you!

Leah Mary

October 9, 2020

Dear Auntie Jo,

We were waiting to come see you again and are so sorry that you spent the last few months without visitors. Please know that it wasn’t because we weren’t thinking of you or didn’t want to, but simply because we were not allowed to.

You were such a huge part of our trips back East and we always looked forward to spending time with you, even if it was only for a few minutes until you politely kicked us out because you had lunch or bingo to attend to :-) thank you for the gifts of art work and quarters over the last decade or so, for always rifling through your draw a the Care Center looking for something to send us home with.

Thank goodness you met baby Violet last year, named after your little sister, my grandma Mary. That meant a lot to me.

We will always remember you smiling and easy going, your presence at every family gathering and hosting so many of your own. The smell of meatballs and pasta coming from your kitchen, of roasted potatoes and baked appetizers. Watching holiday parades on the TV in your living room, and opening presents ay Christmastime in that same room for many decades. Your vintage tchotchkes (like the very real looking plastic fruit), your simple and always tidy bedroom, the freezer that never quite froze things, the oldest telephone I had ever seen, and the yard that we had many family photos taken of over the years.

Thank you for always assuring us that everything was ok, that family is everything, and to be careful.

We will miss you.

Love
Leah

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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