Rose D’Amelio (nee Giordano), a lifelong resident of Hoboken, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving children on March 19, 2021.
Rose’s story began in Quindici, Italy. Born on August 3’rd, 1938, to Margherita (nee Scibeli) Giordano and Aniello Giordano
At the age of 9 she came to the United States of America with her sister to live with her Grandfather in Brooklyn, NY. At the age of 13, her mother came to America and she moved to Hoboken, NJ, where she attended Demarest High School, worked and met her future husband Joseph D’Amelio. They married in 1956 and had their five children from 1957-1968 in their Hoboken apartment. In 1974 she moved to Secaucus, NJ where she raised her family and lived for the remainder of her life.
Predeceased by her loving husband Joseph D’Amelio, her beloved son Neil D’Amelio, her endeared son-in-law Michael Tanner and her sister Pasqualina Ramirez. Rose will be sadly missed by her son Frank D’Amelio his wife Cam and their three children Dana Jude D’Amelio, Joseph D’Amelio and Alexa D’Amelio, her daughter Michela Tanner and her daughters Sasha Rose Butler and her husband Coty Butler and their son Tanner Thomas Butler and Gianna Tanner, her daughter Margherita Impreveduto and her husband Vincent and their three children Larissa Rose Prainito and her husband Antonio, Vincent Impreveduto and Joseph Impreveduto, Her daughter Rose Ann D’Amelio, her daughter-in-law Maureen D’Amelio and her daughters Alyssa D’Amelio and Sophia D’Amelio, her sister Nicolina Accera and her family, and the family of her late sister Pasqualina Ramirez. She will be sadly missed. She was loved and adored by all that had the pleasure of knowing her.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10:00AM on Tuesday , March 23, 2021 at ST Francis R.C. Church in Hoboken. Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, in North Arlington. Visitation will be held on Monday , March 22, commencing at 4:00 PM and concluding at 8:00 PM, at the Failla-McKnight Memorial Home, 533 Willow Avenue, Hoboken. Parking available in rear of memorial home off Sixth Street. Due to CDC Guidelines, visitors are asked to wear a face covering and practice social distancing.