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Alice Insalaco

Obituary of Alice Waste Insalaco

Passed away peacefully. “Pat” was the daughter of the late John and Alice and the widow of her beloved husband, Michael Insalaco. Her sisters, Edna, Olive, and Grace, and her brother, Leland, passed away before her as did her nephew, John, and her nieces, Marcia and Joyce (Sam Attardo). A graduate of Madison High School, she loved reading and learning, a love which she instilled in her children, Deborah (Lawrence), Christopher (Linda), Thomas (Julia), Joan (Michael) Warren, and Richard, and 8 grandchildren. She will be missed by Michael Insalaco (Shelly Stoler), Steven (Theresa) Insalaco and children, Ben (Mary) Coglitore and family, Mary (late Sam) Insalaco and family, Monica Cornely, and many nieces and nephews and their families, all of whom she loved very much. After graduating from Madison High Pat demonstrated xerography at Haloid where she met her husband. She enjoyed playing bridge with her “Bridge Girls” and was active in the YWCA in Webster. Pat served as president of the Webster Tent of the Daughters of Union Veterans and as treasurer of the Irondequoit Chapter of the DAR. She was later a founding member of the Caleb Hopkins Chapter. Her favorite color was Vincent Van Gogh sunflower gold, and she designed her dream house accordingly. Donations may be given to Kennedy Krieger Institute’s CORE Foundations (www.KennedyKrieger.org/Tributes) please put “CORE Foundations” and Pat Insalaco on the online form or if preferred, you can make checks payable to: “Kennedy Krieger Foundations”. Please put “CORE Foundations” and Pat Insalaco in the memo field. Mail to Kennedy Krieger Institute, Attention: Jenn Abel 707 North Broadway,Baltimore, MD 21205.
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