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Josephine A. Saglimbeni CacciottiFebruary 18, 2005
Troy Josephine Saglimbeni Cacciotti of Wendell Avenue Troy, died Friday, February 18, 2005 at Albany Medical Center Hospital in Albany after a long illness.
Born in Schenectady, she was the daughter of the late Carmelo Saglimbeni and Carmela (Settembre) Saglimbeni and wife of the late Marco Cacciotti.
She was raised in Schenectady where she resided for over 20 years, lived most of her life in Troy and was educated at Draper High School in Schenectady and Mildred Elley School in Albany.
Mrs. Cacciotti was a secretary and Government Screener for the US Atomic Energy Commission at the Knolls Site in Niskayuna for 20 years until 1960. She was a homemaker for many years.
She was a member of Omega Psi Sorority in Schenectady and a communicant of Our Lady of Victory Church in Troy. A dedicated mother and grandmother, she would go to any extent for the enjoyment of her grandchildren.
She is survived by her loving daughter, Denise Cacciotti Ryan (John) of Troy; her loving son, Carl M. Cacciotti of Brunswick; her wonderful grandchildren, Heather and Ashleigh Cacciotti and Mark Ryan; a devoted sister, Ann M. Hutt (Leonard) of Nashville, TN and several dedicated nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a brother, Ben Saglimbeni.
Funeral service will be held Monday at 9:00 AM at the Bryce Funeral Home Inc. 276 Pawling Avenue Troy and at 9:30 AM at Our Lady of Victory Church North Lake Avenue Troy where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Randall Patterson, Pastor. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home Sunday, from 3-7 PM. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery in Troy.
Contributions may be made in memory of Mrs. Cacciotti to the American Cancer Society 260 Osborne Road Loudonville, NY 12211. Josephine's family would like to extend a sincere thank you to the Palliative/Comfort Care Department and New York Oncology and Hematology Department at the Albany Medical Center for the care and great kindness provided to her during her long illness.