Obituaries

E.g., 03/04/2015
March 1, 2015

Marilyn Ann Vattimo, 70, of Cape Coral, Florida passed away on March 1, 2015. 

She was the daughter of John and Josephine Miller, born in Fort Bragg, Georgia and raised in Rocksborough, Pennsylvania.  Marilyn graduated from Rocksborough High School, where she had performed as the first violinist in the school orchestra.  She was a very active lady who loved the beach, windsurfing, and boating with her family.  She was a devoted wife and mother. 

February 24, 2015

John Kevin O’Connor, 53, of Cape Coral, FL passed away on February 24, 2015 at his home. 

He had been a resident of Cape Coral for 40 years, coming from his childhood home in Hicksville, Long Island. 

February 19, 2015

Mildred Lee Sanborn, 90, of Cape Coral died Thursday February 19, 2015 at Hope Hospice. 

She was born in Alexandria, VA in 1924 to Maurice and Mary Wingate.  After high school Mildred worked for the Red Cross during WW II.  She married Paul in 1944 in Alexandria.  Together they moved to Kissimmee, Fl in 1958 and then to Cape Coral in 1962.   Mildred was a charter member of the Cape Coral First United Methodist Church and the Cape Coral Rotary Clubs Rotary Ann’s. 

February 10, 2015

Frank R. Congelosi Sr., 100, of N. Ft. Myers died Tuesday February 10, 2015 at Hope Hospice in Cape Coral.  

Frank was born in Frankfort, NY in 1914 to the late Anthony and Mary Congelosi. He began working with the Civilian Conservation Corps. (CCC) in 1933. He later moved to California where he worked a variety of jobs including a Lumber Jack. He married Shirley Hedrick in 1968 in Nevada and lived in Pekin, IL where he worked for the Central Illinois Dock. He retired at the age of 80 and moved to N. Ft. Myers in 1997.  

February 9, 2015

Louis “Sonny” W. Napolitano, 77, of N. Ft. Myers died Monday February 9, 2015.

He was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1937 to the late Louis and Anna Napolitano. He married Helene DeLuca in 1964 in Babylon, Long Island. Louis and his family moved to Lee County in 1971. He retired from Stan’s Coffee after 26 years of service.  

Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Helene, one daughter Marie Napolitano of Cape Coral and five grandchildren; Isaiah, Nate, Xavier, Analise, and Kevin, niece Irene and nephew Robert.

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