Remembering Millie Incavido

Millie Incavido
September 15, 2021

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we are mourning the loss of our mom Millie. Carmella Francesca  Amico Incavido was 97 years young!

In 1947 she married Michael A. Incavido Sr, who passed away in 1995.  She is survived by five children that she considered wonderful.  Michal A. Incavido and his wife Sandy, St. Petersburg Fl, Donna Arnold and her husband Bill, Dunmore, Karen Slagus and her husband John, Roaring Brook, Paul (Sonny) Incavido and Pam Ochinko, Boca Raton, Fl, Melanie Coulabaly and her husband Mamadou, Scranton. 

Grandchildren, Jami Incavido, Tristan & Tyler Burns and their father Anthony Burns. Also, several other grandchildren and great grandchildren through marriage.

Because of the love from the staff at the Dunmore Health Care she was able to call it Home.

Straight from Sicily were her parents Rose Olfano Amico and Salvatore Amico. She always said, “Her family was her world.”

She was a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses. 

A celebration of her life will be announced at a future date. Private funeral arrangements entrusted to Savino Traditional Funerals & Cremation Care & Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc.

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Remembering Grace DiSavino Kowalchick

Grace DiSavino Kowalchick
December 16, 2020

Grace DiSavino Kowalchick, 98, of Scranton, died Wednesday at Linwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Scranton.  She was the widow of John Kowalchick, who died in 2002.

Grace was born in Dunmore and was the daughter of the late Anthony and Ida Casarella DiSavino.  She was a long-time, devout member of St Lucy’s Church, Scranton and most recently a member of Mary, Mother of God Parish, Scranton. She was educated in the Dunmore public school system, worked in the garment industry and DePietro’s catering for many years. Upon her retirement, at age of 93, she worked at her nephew’s restaurant, Natale’s. 

While living in West Scranton, Grace’s home was opened to anyone at any time. She was happiest when she was cooking and baking for Christmas. Special memories were formed when she supervised family and friends in preparing cookies, raviolis, and other Italian delicacies. Very often you would find Grace sitting on the front porch or patio reminiscing about old times with family, neighbors and friends.  She especially loved spending time with her grandchildren, great grandchildren and nieces and nephews.    

Grace was truly a loving wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend. Her generous, positive spirit and her kind, loving heart will sadly be missed by everyone she touched.  

Surviving are her daughters, Mary Ann Sadauskas, Dummore, and Tana Vacendak and husband, Michael, Clarks Summit; four grandchildren, Edward Sadauskas and wife, Laura, Olyphant, Maria Conrad and fiancé, Lester Dreisbach, Baltimore, MD, Matthew Vacendak and wife, Alyssa, Clarks Summit, and Brian Vacendak, South Abington Township; six great grandchildren, Isabella, Lily, Stella, Mollie, Ethan, Harley; several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. 

She was also preceded in death by her sisters, Molly Portanova, Pauline Gianzanti and Angeline Natale and her son-in-law, Edward Sadauskas. 

The family would like to express their deepest thanks to the nurses and staff of Linwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for their care throughout her stay. She was grateful for the many friends she made while residing there.  

Due to the current pandemic, a Mass of Christian Burial will be held privately in Mary, Mother of God Parish, North Scranton. Interment will be in Dunmore Cemetery, Dunmore. A celebration of life will be held at a later date for all to attend.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the donor’s favorite charity.

Arrangements and care entrusted to Savino Traditional Funerals and Cremation Care, West Scranton. Carl J. Savino, Jr., Supervisor.  

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Remembering Angelo Arre, Jr.

Arre Angelo obit photoAngelo Arre, Jr.
June 2, 2020

Angelo Arre, Jr., 80, of Scranton, died June 2nd at Geisinger-Community Medical Center, Scranton. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Anne E. Thomas. The couple had been married for 16 years.

Born in Scranton, he was the son of the late Angelo Arre and the Nettie Hall. He was a graduate of the former Scranton Technical High School and an Army veteran. 

He truly loved people and would help anyone in need.  Angelo loved kids, not only his own, but he was also a foster parent for a big part of his life.  He spent his free time on day trips to the casino or rocking on the front porch with a “cold one.”  He will be missed dearly – until we meet again!

Surviving are daughters, Gabrielle Arre, Poconos, Luciana Medric, Dunmore, Erica Arre and Stacey Batzel, both of Carbondale; a son, Lionel Diaz, Scranton; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

There were no public services.

Arrangements by Savino Traditional Funerals and Cremation Care, 157 S. Main Ave., West Scranton, Carl J. Savino, Jr., supervisor.

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