Obituary: Diane Wagner Venuti, Age 75, of Micco, FL.

Diane (Wagner) Venuti, age 75, of Micco, FL.
Diane (Wagner) Venuti, age 75, of Micco, FL.

MICCO – Diane (Wagner) Venuti, age 75, of Micco, FL., formerly of Killingworth, CT., died Friday, January 12, 2018.

She was the wife of the Donald R. Venuti Sr. Born in Guilford, CT, March 3, 1942.

For many years she was a secretary at Venuti Enterprise INC. in Killingworth. She graduated from Morgan High School class of 1960 in Clinton.

She is survived by 4 sons Donald R. Venuti Jr. (Cindy) of Killingworth, Michael H. Venuti (Chris) of Killingworth, Timothy B. Venuti Killingworth (Cheryl), and Peter J. Venuti (Linda) of North Windom.

Also survived by 2 brothers Bruce Wagner (Karole) of Westbrook, Dennis York (Bunny), The Villages, FL, 1 sister Margaret “Pege” Witham (Harry) of East Lyme, 10 grandchildren; Donnie, Peter, Samantha, Matthew, Stephanie, Jamie, Anthony, Nicholas, Jennifer, Jenna, and 3 great-grandchildren; Hailey, Giovanna, Lorenzo.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, January 20, 2018, in St. Lawrence Church, 7 Hemlock Ave. Killingworth at 11 a.m.

Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery in Westbrook. Friends and family may call at Swan Funeral Home, 825 Boston Post Rd. Madison on Friday 4-7pm. Funeral Service has been entrusted to Carl Swan at Hamden Memorial, 1300 Dixwell Ave. Contributions may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 42040, Oklahoma City, 73123. Hamden.

Condolences may be expressed at hamdenmemorialfuneralhome.com.

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