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Wilhelmina S. "Willie" Viletto

Born: Tue., Mar. 14, 1922
Died: Mon., Jun. 15, 2009

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rs. Wilhelmina S. "Willie" Viletto, 87, of Freeport passed away at 3:30 PM, Monday, June 15th, 2009 peacefully at Allegheny Valley Hospital, Harrison Twp.

Wilhelmina was born in Roby, WV on March 14, 1922, the daughter of the late Frank and Josephine (Kennedy) Stellitano. She was the widow of Morris "Moe" Viletto, Sr

Willie was a avid reader and like working around her house. She enjoyed making people happy and had an infectious laugh

She is survived by children: Morris Viletto, Jr. of Grove City and Sherry (Chuck) Reitler of Buffalo Twp. Her brother Herman (Anita) Stellitano of Freeport and her three sisters; Verleen Trefelner, Eileen Kennedy and Marylu Stellitano. She is preceded by her two sisters, Marcella Rotolo and Emma "Fizz" Murphy

At the family's request there will be no visitation and a private interment will be held at the convenience of the family.


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Randy Rutkowski

Dear Sherry and Moe,

I am deeply moved at the news of Willie's passing! So many nice thoughts of Her and the Sisters (please say hello from me)! I remember taking swimming lessons at the River. The girls walking around laughing at everything and everything. They certainly led what seems a good life taking pleasure in the simple beauty of what is there. Here's to a good Mother,great Parents and Family.

Love Randy


Donna McGuire

I am so sorry for your loss. I am going to miss our trips to the grocery store and doctors. She always had a funny story to tell. Take care!

Paul White

My sympathy to Sherry and Moe and Willie's entire family. What great memories I have of your mother. Always quick with a joke and a laugh that was uniquely hers. She was so much fun at FVFD gatherings. What a fun loving lady. May you find comfort in the many fond memories you must have of her.



Sincerely,

Paul White

Sarasota, FL


Carol and David Rowley

Our sincerest condolences to Willie's family. We will always remember her.

Bill and Barbara Affrica

We are very sorry Whilhelmina died, and I'll bet Grandma Anna Harrigan never forgot her.I hope you know the story about that, and if by chance you do not please call 724 353 1648. Again we are sorry.

Georgie Conti Blackburn

Sherry and "Little" Moe,

My deepest sympathy to both of you.and your extended family.



Your mom was such a part of my high school years at Freeport and if you'll recall, allowed Sherry and I to make the best hamburgers on Sunday's while she and your dad cleaned the business!



I'm so glad you referenced her infectious laugh...when I envision her, her quick wit and instantaneous laugh is what comes to mind.



Wishing you peace amist the loss.


TRINITY HEARING AID

Dear Herman and Family,

So sorry to hear about your Sister and Mom.

You all have our sympathy.



Sam and Mary Ann




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