Nataline A. "Natty" DeCarbo, 78 of 160 Pittsburgh Circle, Ellwood City passed away at Avalon Nursing Center on Tuesday, May 28, 2013. Born in Ellwood City on August 27, 1934, Natty was the daughter of the late Natala Paul and Elvera Volpe Rubino. She was preceded in death by her husband, Peter DeCarbo on July 14, 2001. They were married on April 16, 1955. She had worked as a secretary at American Steel in the 1950's. Natty was a member of Holy Redeemer Parish and the Christian Mothers of the Church. She served as Judge of Elections in the West End for many years. Natty was a member and financial secretary of the Corona D'Italia Lodge in Ellwood City. She enjoyed playing bingo but most of all, spending time with her granddaughter. Surviving are two daughters and their husbands, Vera and Bob DeAngelo of West Pittsburg and Francene and Dom Salvucci of Ellwood City, a granddaughter, Arianna Salvucci and 2 sisters, Vida "WeeWee" DeSanzo of Ellwood City and Rosemary Bellissimo of Los Angeles, CA. Besides her parents and husband, Natty was preceded in death by a brother, Sam Rubino and a sister, Dolly Loccisano. Friends may call at the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home and Crematory, 97 Grim Avenue, Ellport on Wednesday from 7-9 PM and Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at Holy Redeemer Church on Friday, May 31, 2013 at 10 AM. Interment will follow in Locust Grove Cemetery. Christian Mothers are ask to meet at the Church on Friday at 9:45 AM to form the Honor Guard.
A.J. & Aimee Westlund
Our Sincerest Sympathy goes out to you all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
It's the little things, the small, everyday occurrences that you'll remember. The laughs, the stories, the smiles. And even though it seems like you can never recover from your loss, it is these very memories that will help push the pain away and bring back the smile.
Love always & forever,
A. J. & Aimee
Tim & Deanna Massung
Our deepest sympathy. We know you will all miss her dearly. May God bless you with comfort and guide you through this difficult time.
Aunt Natty is now at peace and reunited in heaven with Uncle Pete.
Love, Tim & Deanna
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