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Florence L. DeTitta
Florence “Flossie” L. DeTitta, 95, of Emerson formerly of Bergenfield passed away on February 6, 2021. She was a retired Collection Teller for United Jersey Bank in Englewood Cliffs. She enjoyed traveling and loved sightseeing and visiting Lighthouses. Devoted daughter to her parents, Albert and Gertrude, and beloved sister to the late Rosella Albanese, dear aunt to John Albanese and his wife Lisa, Nicholas Albanese and his wife Joanne, Albert Albanese and his wife Deborah and Paul Albanese and his wife Amy, Also 8 great nieces and nephews. Being with family was the most important thing to Flossie. Her youthful years were spent with her cousins, especially George, and the late Tommy DeTitta. Flossie loved spending summers at her family’s seashore home in Keansburg. Many friendships began there. In her life Flossie was blessed to have friends and family who cared for her at all stages of her life right thru to the end, including her loving cousin, Marie DeTitta, her neighbor, Terry Kelly and her two wonderful children, Vicky Tyrell, who worked with Flossie at UJB, Kathleen Mullins, her insurance agent and good friend for many years, and Karen Meyers, a devoted friend, who met Flossie in 1974, while she was a Nurses Aide at the home where Flossie’s dad resided. Visiting at Riewerts Memorial Home, 187 S Washington Ave., Bergenfield on Tuesday, February 9th from 2-5 PM. Funeral Mass at St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church, 20 N Washington Ave., Bergenfield on Wednesday at 11 AM followed by interment at Crest Haven Memorial Park in Clifton. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Florence L. DeTitta, please visit our floral store.
I met Flossie in May of 1984 working at UJB in Englewood Cliffs and remained friends with her ever since then. I have so many fond memories of good times that I will always cherish. Every Christmas we would set a date with Karen and have our Christmas celebration. We would order dinner. Then we would open gifts. I would open one then Karen and then Floss and we would continue this until all the gifts were open. She never forgot to call you on a holiday or on your birthday. She will forever hold a special place in my heart. Rest In Peace Flossie. I will never forget you. Love Vicki
Vicki Tyrell Feb 10 2021 12:00 AM
Both my children remember visiting Flossie at her home in Bergenfield and what they remember most are the very neatly and properly display of the 7 dwarfs on her couch - the stuffed dwarfs were all lined up in a row, they never forgot that :)
Karen Meyers Feb 9 2021 12:00 AM