EAST BRUNSWICK - ANTOINETTE PULITO passed away on Sunday, July 19, 2020 at Sunrise Assisted Living of East Brunswick. She was 92.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, she resided in East Brunswick for 25 years.
She was a parishioner at St. Bartholomew R.C. Church in East Brunswick.
Antoinette was predeceased by her husband, Dominick (1996) and her sister Stella Castello.
Surviving are her son, John, his wife Patricia of Meadville, PA; daughters Maria Wood and her husband Stephen, JoAnn Coffey and husband Douglas. Brother John Sciarrino and his wife Rosemary; and sister Josephine Lagano; Grandchildren, Brian, Tracey, John Michael, Mary Jane, Lauren, Brent, Stephanie, Robert, Christopher, Nicolette, Kevin & Nicole. She is also the proud great-grandmother of 4 wonderful great-grandchildren with one more on the way.
A Mass will be held on Thursday, July 23rd, 9:30 AM, at St. Bartholomew RC Church, East Brunswick, under the direction of The BRUNSWICK MEMORIAL HOME, East Brunswick. For directions please see the "Services" page.
Memorial contributions may be made to Embracing Hospice Care, 3349 Route 138 Bldg. D, Suite F, Wall, NJ 07719. https://embracinghospicecare.org/.
Sending love and heartfelt condolences to my cousins, John, JoAnn and Maria for the loss of their dear mother. I will always remember her kind soul. RIP Aunt Ann!
Sweet memories of my dear Godmother. She and my Godfather Uncle Dominick were so dear to me. So many fond memories in Brooklyn at 263 Avenue S. We enjoyed her company when she joined us for Christmas dinner so many years ago at 263 Litchfield Avenue. We’re going to play 263 lotto numbers this weekend in memory of Aunt Ann. Thank you. Rest In Peace 🥰☮️
My sister was sweet, generous and loving. I am going to miss her. My memories of her were some of the most joyous times of my life. She always looked after me growing up in childhood and adolescence. My wife, Rosemary, misses her, too. We wish we could have spent more time with her.
Sending my dearest condolences to you Maria & Family. I know what a special bond you & your mom had and I hope those memories bring you peace and comfort at this time. Sending thoughts of prayers & love. With Sympathy, Linda Riccio
I have such amazing memories of visiting my Aunt Antoinette and Uncle Dominick, my cousins, and grandparents in Brooklyn as a child and how wonderful the times were there. How they would welcome us with chocolate and play games with me. My deepest condolences to John, JoAnn, and Maria and all of her grandchildren, great grandchildren, my dad and Aunt Josie, and to everyone who knew and loved her. You are in my prayers and thoughts. I feel your loss and grief, too.
As a college student dating John, his mom welcomed me into their home. I spent most weekends there ! She even insisted on washing my clothes! She loved her family!
My sisters and I were very fortunate to have a mother like her. She loved being around her children, grandchildren and the great grandkids. She raised us well and always put her family first. Together with my dad, she taught us what was important in life. She taught us that it was always about family. You can see both my mom and dad’s legacy in the families they left behind. And I am proud to be a part of it. I don’t remember who composed these quotes and I may be paraphrasing but they are so true and I share with you today.
You don’t choose your family. They are God’s gift to you.
I am blessed to have so many great things in my life – family, friends, and God. All will be in my thoughts daily.
May you Rest In Peace my wonderful, dear mother
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