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Paris Anthony Baldacci March 2, Paris Anthony Baldacci, of South Scranton, passed away peacefully in his home on March 2,at the age of 97, with his family by his side.
Paris married the love of his life, Rose Mineo Baldacci on June 21,who sorrowfully passed away from breast cancer on May 15,at the young age of He spent his career driving coal trucks and working as a pants presser for Nino Sportswear and Brooks Brothers Suit Co.
Paris was a loving husband, fulfilling father, dedicated grandfather, and heart-warming great-grandfather who devoted his life to putting others before himself. Paris could be found at all of his granddaughters' athletic and dance events that took place around Scranton as well as the local Honda Dealership where he would go for his free weekly car washes.
Paris was always involved in his family's life.
Whether it was running errands, picking his granddaughters up from the bus stop; frequently beeping his horn with the intent to embarrass them, or visiting his daughter, Donna, at the floral shop just to check in on her at work, Paris never missed a beat.
He benevolently established the role of "Poppy" with all that he had and never took a moment of life for granted. He often referred to the amazing memories that he shared with his adored wife and frequently took his family to visit her grave to maintain the flowers he would regularly plant there for her.
Paris' family would like to send their utmost appreciation to all of those who knew and were a part of Paris' life. They especially extend their sincerest gratitude to Paris' home health aide, Trisha Irving, who has played a tremendous role in assisting Paris' daughter in caring for him so that he could remain living comfortably in his home.
He will forever be missed by those that are still here on Earth, but can now dance with his beloved wife in the halls of heaven; a long-overdue event that he has been patiently awaiting to attend.
The family of Paris Baldacci has requested a private family service at August J. Haas Funeral Home Inc. Paris will be laid to rest next to his wife, Rose, at the Italian-American Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in lieu of flowers at www.
She was the widow of Michael T. Born in Scranton, she was the daughter of the late John R. Prior to her marriage, she was a resident of Dunmore.
She was a member of The Theresians and St. Surviving are two sons; Michael T. Murray and wife Patricia, Springfield. Also surviving is a sister in law Kieran Williams. She was also preceded in death by three sisters; Ann Biglin, Sr.
Williams and Donald Williams. The funeral will be Tuesday at 9: Haas Funeral Home, Inc. John Neumann Parish, Orchard St. Donald Williams as principal celebrant and Rev. Michael Bryant, Pastor, as concelebrant. Friends may call Monday from 4 to 7 PM. Scranton, or to St.
Joseph's Center, Adams Ave. She was the wife of Christopher Carpenter. Donna was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and daughter who will be deeply missed.
She loved her animals. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Robert Moffitt, Jr. The funeral will be private and held at the convenience of the family.Early Sanders records - Virginia Colonial records project.
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