WINDBER — DiPAOLA – Mrs. Rose, 90, Windber, passed away peacefully Dec. 17, 2012 at Church of the Brethren Home. Born Oct. 31, 1922, in Pittsburgh, daughter of the late Carmine and Florence (Scocchera) DiLoreto. Also preceded in death by husband, Anthony “Bud”; sisters, Nicolette D’Arcangelo and Gloria Jean; brother, Alfred; and son-in-law, Charles G Tedjeske. Survived by children, Catherine Tedjeske; Alfred; Anthony, married to the former Joan DeLisa; and Dennis, married to the former Kathleen Martin, all of Windber. Also survived by grandchildren, Charles Tedjeske, and wife, Mary Ann; Loretta Tedjeske; Ann Neri, and husband, Dan; Aaron Tedjeske; Deana DiPaola; Anthony N. DiPaola, and wife, Lori; Joel DiPaola; Cassidy DiPaola; and Brayden DiPaola; and great-grandchildren, Krista Hershberger; Eric Tedjeske; Brea, Trevor, Jenna and Leah Neri; and Rosalie, Tony, Santino, Sicilia and Mila DiPaola. Sister of Nick DiLoreto, and wife, Elsie, Pittsburgh; Anthony, and wife, Joann; and Charles, and wife, Rosemary, all of Windber. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Member of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Windber. Rose loved to cook and she shared her talents with her family and the church. Her children and grandchildren were her pride and joy, and her bright smile will be missed by all. Family will receive friends from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Meek & Dalla Valle Funeral Home Inc., Windber, where vigil for the deceased will be held. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Anthony’s Church, TOR Franciscans. Committal, church cemetery.
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