Nardina Pellegrino Obituary, Nardina Pellegrino Has Passed Away – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Nardina Pellegrino Obituary, Death – We are writing to inform you of the demise of Nardina Pellegrino, the cherished Wife of the late Giuseppe Pellegrino of Whitby. It is with a heavy heart that we make this announcement. The funeral arrangements as well as the specifics will be shared here as soon as they are available. We would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest sympathies to each and every member of the Pellegrino family on behalf of the Colonia Bitrittese Committee and the entire community.
Norma was born on November 29, 1934 in New York City, and prior to getting married in 1962, she called the West Village her home until she moved to Ridgewood, where she has lived for the past more than four decades. Both Stuyvesant High School and the City College of New York in Harlem were on her educational path. She spent the most of her career in customer service at American Express, working primarily with restaurant clients; this was a role that she absolutely adored.
Norma was born and raised in New York City, was a phenomenal cook, and was passionate about music and dancing; yet, the quality that will be remembered most about her is her genuine interest in the well-being of others. She was described as being one of a kind, genuine to the very depths of her being, and an extraordinary connector by all accounts. She had a passion for people, and they reciprocated that love. Her children used to joke that you could drop her off in Timbuktu and she would make her way back home with a group of people she had met along the way who had subsequently become her pals.
Norma is survived by her brother Pat Rivera, her two daughters Andréa and Maria Pellegrino, and her grandchildren Nicole, Matthew, and Anthony Richards. Norma also leaves behind a great-grandchild. Her very cherished spouse of nearly 60 years, Nick, as well as her mother Catherine, her brother Fred, and her Uncle Nick all passed away before she did. May Nardina Rest in Eternal Pace