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Dolores Madeline (Marron) Pompliano
February 24, 1931 ~ January 3, 2024 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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Dolores M. Pompliano went home on Wednesday, January 3, 2024 at 6:30am.
A LIFE REMEMBERED Dolores was on February 24, 1931 in Jersey City, New Jersey to Alice and Anthony Marron. She had one brother, Anthony. Dee completed high school and grew up in Jersey City amongst a close-knit family. She loved to dance for dancing brought her great joy and many memories.
Dee met William Ralph Pompliano, Jr. at the arcade on a trip to the Jersey Shore. On September 9, 1950, they were married. Children came into the picture with the arrival of William, Ken and Joanne. Bill and Dee were devoted to their family and it grew to include their grandchildren: Nick, Ken, Alex, Mary and Joy. The role of grandparents really became significant.
Dolores and Bill were members of Sacred Heart Catholic Church since 1985. She was a greeter and usher for Sunday 8am Mass for years. She took great pride in her work at church, looking forward to meeting fellow parishioners, especially children.
Dolores loved clothes and really loved putting outfits and accessories together. She owned her own business called “Dee’s Colonial Shoppe” on Highway 940 in Pocono Lake. She was a talented buyer of furniture, lamps and gift items. She enjoyed her store and was a great salesperson. She took pride in all she had done, in her home, her children and grandchildren and in her business.
In her spare time, Dee also enjoyed gardening. She supported her husband who was a Knight of Columbus.
Dolores wanted to stay in her home during her last years. Along with family, there were a myriad of wonderful caregivers: Patsy, Lisa, Marion, Mary, Rebecca, Karen, Lynn, Rebekah, Crystal and Terri. Also providing the utmost care were nurses from First Health Hospice, Social Worker Lauren, Yolanda and another CNA.
Dolores is survived by her children: Bill (Debra) Pompliano, Ken (Cheryl) Pompliano and Joanne (Ray) Gatti; and by her grandchildren, Ken and Alex Pompliano and Mary and Joy Gatti.
A Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 11:00am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with inurnment following at Pine Lawn Cemetery. Mom’s favorite charity was St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Condolences may be sent to www.coxmemorialfuneralhome.com.
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