In Loving Memory of Alberta Fitch

Alberta Fitch

Alberta Fitch

Dunmore, PA August 14, 1932 ~ June 27, 2015 Date of Service: July 1, 2015

Alberta Scrimalli Fitch, 82, of Dunmore died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Sharon. Her husband, the late Alfred Fitch, preceded her in death in 2005.

Born in Scranton, daughter of the late Charles and Mary Lapouch Scrimalli, she was a graduate of Dunmore High School, was a member of SS. Anthony and Rocco Parish, and was particularly devoted to St. Anthony in prayer.  She was a loving mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, and mother-in-law who will be missed more than words can express. She was best known for her cooking and baking, and always enjoying her Manhattans and lottery tickets.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Nicholas Dodge and Dr. Kevin Olsen, as well as the nurses and staff of Celtic Hospice for all of the kindness shown to Alberta during her times of need.

Surviving is a sister, Rose Kamar and husband Richard of Dunmore; a son, Alfred Fitch and wife Barbara of Dunmore; daughters Charlene Kircher and husband Eric of Forty Fort; and Sharon Doyle and husband Bruce of Greenfield Township; grandchildren, Alfred, Kevin, Jeffrey, and Rosemarie Fitch, Jenna and April Doyle; sisters-in-law, Victoria Grzenda of Archbald, and Marlene Halupke and husband Paul of Port Crane, NY; nieces and nephews.

She was also preceded in death by her granddaughter, Kelli Doyle, and brother-in-law, Stanley Grzenda.

The funeral will be Wednesday from the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc., 318 E. Drinker St., Dunmore, with mass at 9:30 a.m. in the St. Anthony of Padua Church, Smith St., Dunmore.  Interment to follow in the Washburn Street Cemetery, West Scranton.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday evening from 4-7 p.m.

 

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Re: In Loving Memory of Alberta Fitch
Reply #1 on : Mon June 29, 2015, 14:42:21
So sorry. Your mother was a second mother to me. Always cheerful and helpful. I always felt welcome, and she had a way to take all my troubles away, Make me feel safe and secure like a little boy. I felt so good after talking to her. I will miss her so much. She will always be remembered. Always on my mind.

Chester Schultz