Florence Bracaglia

Obituary of Florence Bracaglia

Beloved Wife, Mother & Grandmother Florence R. Bracaglia, recently of Boonton Township, NJ, passed away peacefully on November 25, 2019 at the age of 93. Born and raised in Belleville, NJ, Florence was the daughter of the late Thomas Caruso and the late Margaret (Rossi) Caruso. Employed as a secretary for several years, she met her future husband, Louis G. Bracaglia in 1950. They were married in 1953 and raised their family in North Caldwell, NJ, where they lived for many years. Later she became the Office Manager at Mil Pak, Inc., located in Pine Brook, NJ. In 1992, Florence and Louis relocated to Beach Haven, NJ, and then to Little Egg Harbor, NJ and thoroughly enjoyed their retirement years together. Florence was predeceased by her beloved husband, Louis, in 2016, as well as her sister, Lorraine Rizzolo and her brother, Thomas Caruso, Jr. Surviving are her four children, William (Carole) Bracaglia, Susan (Prescott) Tobey, Janice Tessein, and Carol (Philip) Costanzo, plus her grandchildren, Grace, Carly, Ernie, Tasman, Jenna, Andy, and Ava. Memorial visitation will be held at the Codey & Mackey Funeral Home, 107 Essex Avenue, Boonton, NJ on Saturday, January 25, 2020 from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm followed by a prayer service at 1:30 pm. To share a condolence with the family, please visit www.codeymackeyfh.com. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the ALS Therapy Dev. Institute, 300 Technology Sq., Ste. 400, Cambridge, MA 02139 would be appreciated. A loving, friendly and positive person, Florence is greatly missed by family and friends alike, including the residents and staff at Victoria Mews Assisted Living in Boonton Township, NJ.
Saturday
25
January

Memorial Visitation at Funeral Home

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Codey & Mackey Funeral Home
107 Essex Avenue
Boonton, New Jersey, United States
Saturday
25
January

Prayer Service

1:30 pm
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Codey & Mackey Funeral Home
107 Essex Avenue
Boonton, New Jersey, United States
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