NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Georgina E. Cucitrone, 82, handed away Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 3, 2020 at her residence.
Born Dec. 26, 1937 in New Fort, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Florence Creator Biangone.
Georgina is survived by her beloved husband, Carmen Cucitrone, whom she married Sept. 28, 1957.
Georgina was an energetic member of First Meeting of God Church. She is going to at all times be remembered for sharing her ardour and love for God.
She loved caring for and adorning her house. A loving spouse, mom, grandmother and great-grandmother, Georgina’s biggest pleasure was the time she spent along with her household, particularly her grandchildren.
Along with her husband, Georgina is survived by her kids, Robert Cucitrone of Hermitage, Deborah (Thomas) Burke of New Fort and Linda (Stefan) Moser of Hubbard, Ohio; 4 brothers, Anthony Biangone, Frank (Joann) Biangone, Joseph (Carol) Biangone and Domenick Biangone; seven grandchildren, Ashley Elisco, Adam Cucitrone, Jocelyn Gonzalez, Caitlin Cucitrone, Gabbrielle Elisco, Anthony Tyma and Stefan Moser; and two great-grandchildren, Maryalice Gonzalez and Madalyn Gonzalez.
Along with her mother and father, Georgina was preceded in dying by two brothers, Pete and James Biangone; and two sisters, Lucy DiCarlo and Jean Rucci.
Visitation shall be Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Ed & Don DeCarbo Funeral House, 3000 Wilmington Street.
Guests are required to stick to CDC tips with the carrying of face masks and training social distancing.
A service will observe on the funeral house Saturday at 1 p.m. Pete Squillo will officiate.
Entombment shall be in Parkside Mausoleum.
Memorial Contributions could also be made to the American Most cancers Society, 3208 Wilmington Street, New Fort, PA 16105.
On-line condolences could also be supplied to the household at www.decarbofuneralhome.com.