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Celebration of Life

Pelham Funeral Home
Tuesday May 8th, 2018
4:00pm - 8:00pm

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Beechwoods Cemetery
Wednesday May 9th, 2018

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Mass of Christian Burial

St. Catharine's Church
Wednesday May 9th, 2018

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Margaret Oliva

Margaret Ann Oliva of Mount Vernon NY passed away peacefully on May 4, 2018, five days after her birthday. She was 79 years old. Margaret was born in the Bronx to Joseph and Assunta Moliterno. She left Evanderchilds High School to attend Mount Vernon Business School. It was during that time that she met her ex-husband Angelo. They were married for 17 years. Margaret later moved to Mount Vernon. She worked for Union Pen & Pencil Company in New Rochelle for many years before she retired at the age of 65.

In her spare time Margaret loved to play cards, watch Law and Order, play scratch tickets and occasionally the Lotto.

She will be remembered as a provider who was strong, selfless, honest, charitable and loyal. She is described by her sister as a goodhearted and fun loving person. She leaves behind her sons Anthony (Lori Ann), David (Renee). Her grandchildren Anthony Jr. (Alexis), Camryn and Nicholas, Her sisters Helen and Diana, (Tullio Migliarini) and many nieces, nephew and great . She is predeceased her niece Lisa Vasami.

A celebration of Margarets life will take place at the Pelham Funeral Home, located at 64 Lincoln Avenue, Pelham, NY, on Tuesday, May 8th from 4:00 to 8:00PM. A mass of Christian burial will take place at St Catharines Church 25 Second Avenue, Pelham NY on Wednesday, May 9th at 10:00 AM. Interment will follow at Beechwood Cemetery in New Rochelle NY. For more information or to leave a condolence please visit www.pelhamfuneral.com.

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