PRICE - Our beloved wife, mother and nana, Ange Farlaino, age 83, passed away Dec. 21, 2008 at Castleview Hospital in Price while surrounded by her children.
She was born March 16, 1925 in Hiawatha to Salvatore "Sam" and Catherine Rose Guzzo Angotti. Married George Francis Farlaino in April 1947 in Price.
Ange was aÂ lifetime member of Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church and a lifetime resident of Carbon County.
Our mother was known for her class and flair for fashion. She was a hard worker and loved her family and instilled many Italian traditions we will never forget.Â
She will be dearly missed.
Mom is survived by her husband, George; sons, Sam Farlaino, Price; Reggie (Renae) Farlaino, Greenville, Ky.; daughters, Kelly (John) Mannos; Ernie Pippas, both of Salt Lake; sister, Mary Paloni, and brother, John (Mary) Angotti, both of Price. She will be dearly missed by her grandchildren, Anthony Farlaino, Sami Farlaino Carlisle, Patrick Mannos, Whitney and Paige Farlaino, William and Christina Pippas and three great grandchildren, Jaxson, Charly and Liam. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Tony Angotti; sisters, Annie Oliveto and Rose Grako.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to Josie Alcon for all her love and devotion; her niece, Tisa Pendergrass; and Shauna O'Brien and the staff at Heirloom Inn.
Funeral MassÂ Saturday, Dec. 27, 10 a.m., Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church. Vigil service Friday evening, 7 p.m., at the church. The family will be at the church Friday and Saturday one hour prior to services.Â Committal service, Cliffview Cemetery, Price. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, Ange strongly suggested donations to the American Breast Cancer Association, theÂ American Heart Association or Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church.
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