In Loving Memory of Genevieve L. Palermo

Genevieve L. Palermo

Genevieve L. Palermo

Dunmore, PA February 20, 1925 ~ May 24, 2015 Date of Service: May 28, 2015

Genevieve L. Palermo, 90, longtime resident of Dunmore, died Sunday morning in the Regional Hospital of Scranton. She was the wife of the late Joseph G. Palermo who died in 2002.

Born and raised in Veaux-Anigny, France she was the daughter of the late Leopold and Maria Lucy Deligne Herdhuin. She was a longtime member of the former Christ the King Church in Dunmore.

Her family wishes to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the nurses and staff on the 2nd floor of the Dunmore Health Care Center, for the compassion and care shown to Genevieve during her stay with them.

Surviving are two sons, Joseph Palermo Jr. and his wife Deborah, and James Palermo, of Jessup, two grandsons, James Palermo Jr. and Joseph Palermo III, a granddaughter, Gina Palermo, three sisters, Marcelle Maricat, Raymonde Tricot, and Huguette Douez, all of France, and many nieces and nephews in both the United States and France.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Bernetta Maria Palermo and three brothers, Robert, Raymond, and Marcel Herdhuin.  

The funeral will be Thursday from the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc. 318 East Drinker Street in Dunmore with Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30am in the Immaculate Conception Church, East Gibson Street and Taylor Avenue in Scranton. Interment will follow the mass in St. Catherine’s Cemetery in Moscow.

Friends may call Wednesday from 4-7pm.

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Margie Staback
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Genevieve Palermo
Reply #3 on : Wed May 27, 2015, 09:04:18
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I am a coworker of Joe Palermo's at Blakely Borough. So sorry for the loss of Genevieve. Thinking of you and your family.
Teresa Mussari
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Re: In Loving Memory of Genevieve L. Palermo
Reply #2 on : Mon May 25, 2015, 23:26:16
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I had the pleasure of spending a year and a few months with this wonderful, beautiful woman. In the year we spent talking, laughing, eating, and enjoying each other's company, I've learned so much about myself. She had opened my eyes to the beauty and wonder this life has to offer. She always would tell me, enjoy life while I can. Make everyday count. I know she sure did. She was the greatest person I've met "on the job". She became more than a resident, she became a friend. I love you sweet sweet Genevieve and will miss you.