Fannie Polizzotto

Fannie Polizzotto (Hudspeth)

Sunday, October 24th, 1920 - Wednesday, February 20th, 2019
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Obituary

POLIZZOTTO, Fannie (nee Hudspeth), of Garfield, died on February 20, 2019. Born in Hamptonville, NC, she settled in Garfield 78 years ago. She was employed briefly by Curtiss Wright in Wood-Ridge and then went into business as a seamstress owning and operating Pete’s Tailors on Mac Arthur Avenue in Garfield for 70 years retiring in 2012. She is predeceased by her husband, Sylvester Joseph Polizzotto in 1984, and her siblings, Annie Cook, Mable Garris, Etta Wall, Hazel Hudspeth, Roy Hudspeth, Paul Hudspeth, Hugh Hudspeth, and Charles Hudspeth. She is survived by two loving sons, William J. Hudspeth, Jr. and wife Jodi and David Hudspeth and wife Jean, four cherished grandchildren, Ryan Elizabeth, Rachel, David, Jr. and wife Crystal, and Cheryl and husband Ted, four adored great-grandchildren, David, III, Colin, Michele, and Teddy, and three dear siblings, Jane Perkins, Shirley Brown, and William “Billy” Hudspeth. All services were private held. The Polizzotto family is in the care of the Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Ave., Garfield (973-340-7077). Condolences visit aloiafuneral.com
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  • Interment

    Location
    St. Mary's Cemetery
    Address
    Outwater Lane and Westminster Place
    SADDLE BROOK, NJ 07663
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Affiliations

  • American
  • Presbyterian Church

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Joseph Discenza

Posted at 10:05am
David & William, I am so sorry to hear of my Aunt Fannie's passing. She lived a long life but I'm sure she at her happiest now that she is with Uncle Joe! And my mother! You're all in my prayers!
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Shelly and pat DeNaples

Posted at 04:44pm
Dear Joseph and David and family we were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Aunt Fannie she was a lovely women and she and uncle Joe were close to our hearts we remember all the fun times we shared sending our sympathy and love. Shelly and Pat
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Shelly and pat DeNaples

Posted at 04:43pm
Dear Joseph and David and family we were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Aunt Fannie she was a lovely women and she and uncle Joe were close to our hearts we remember all the fun times we shared sending our sympathy and love. Shelly and Pat
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Emilia Ann

Posted at 02:55pm
Aunt Fannie, You and Uncle Joe (and Fanjoe) will always be remembered as wonderful, caring and generous individuals who always provided love and comfort to us. Love , graciousness and Southern charm will always shine through memories of you. You will be sorely missed. Rest eternally in the love and peace of Christ, Jesus. Sadly and with love, Emilia Ann Polizzotto Winters
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Nina

Posted at 11:28am
Aunt Fannie, You and Uncle Joe were always special people in our lives. Your good heart and kindness were always a source of comfort. May the angels guide you into heavenly rest.
Love, Nina Polizzotto Capalbo
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