In Loving Memory

Angela A. DiMeo

DiMeo (Coccia), Angela A.

Deceased: Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Service: Saturday, October 7, 2017

  • Obituary:

    Mrs. Angela A. (Coccia) Di Meo, age 94, of Utica passed away on Wednesday October 4, 2017 at the Masonic Care Community with her loving family by her side.


    Angela was born on September 12, 1923 in Rome, NY, a daughter of the late Angelo and Beatrice (Lamendola) Coccia. She received her education in Rome and was a proud graduate of The Academy of Holy Names.


    On April 14, 1945 she was joined in marriage to Michael E. Di Meo in California a loving and blessed union of 36 years. The couple resided in New Hartford, until his passing in 1981. Angela worked with her husband Michael as a bookkeeper at the

    Di Meo-Gale Food Brokerage Co., for many years until her retirement. They both enjoyed traveling with their family and friends and entertaining many throughout their years together.


    Angela is survived by a son Michael and daughter-in-law Bernadette Di Meo of New Hartford and a daughter Margaret ( Maggie) and son-in-law John Bevilacqua of Frankfort; four grandchildren Michelle and her husband Thomas Smith, Jennifer

    Di Meo, John and his wife Lixa Bevilacqua, Anthony and his wife Danielle Bevilacqua; her beloved great grandchildren Thomas and Olivia Smith, Leyla Bevilacqua and Enzo Bevilacqua. Angela is also survived by her two sisters Marie Rotolo and Helen Esposito of Rome, two sisters- in- law Theresa Di Meo of Utica and Rosalie Di Meo of FL. and several nieces, nephews and cousins. She is predeceased by her two sisters Josephine Coccia and Justina and her husband Nat Cesari; her brothers in- law, Samuel Rotolo, Samuel Esposito, John Di Meo, Salvatore and his wife Josephine Di Meo and Raymond Di Meo.


    Relatives and friends are invited to attend Angela’s Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, October 7, at 1:00 pm at St. Anthony/St. Agnes Church. Private interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.


    Visitation will be held on Friday (today) from 5-8 pm at the Scala & Roefaro Funeral Home, 1122 Culver Ave.


    The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to Sally O’Callaghan, NP and the nurses and staff of the New Hartford Family Practice along with the caring staff at the Buffalo Wing of the Masonic Care Community.

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Messages of Sympathy (6)

  • Allen Zuck

    Mike: Pat and I extend our sympathies and prayers for loss of your Mother, Angela.
  • John Wnuk

    Mike, So sorry for the loss of your mother. I am glad you have had her for so long. My parents passed almost fifty years ago. My best wishes and deep sympathy.
  • Robert & Veronica Sherman

    DiMeo Family,

    Veronica and I were very sorry to hear about the passing of your beloved mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and cousin, Angela.

    We have added you and your family to our daily prayer list. And, when we attend mass on Sunday, we will add you and your family to our parish book of prayers.

    Having experienced the passing of my mom, I can appreciate and empathize with your sense of loss and pain. It's very difficult to say good-bye to our moms regardless of age/health because they are so very special having brought us into the world and nurturing us throughout our lives with a special love that only a mother can provide.

    May our Good Lord watch over, bless, protect, comfort and console you and your family as you endure this difficult, trying and sad time in your lives.

    Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family in your time of loss and sorrow.

    Rob & Veronica Sherman
  • Joanie Cesari

    Cousins Michael and Margaret,

    Please know that my heart is with you and your families at the very sad time. Aunt Angie was such a delight and I have fond memories of times spent at your house, enjoying her hospitality. My deepest sympathies to all.
  • Mary Lynch

    The sadness of the passing of your loved is felt by many. May the thought of knowing that friends share in your sadness be of comfort to you. May beautiful memories of a life lived to its fullest linger and the shadow of your pain be lessened each passing day.
    Richard and Mary Lynch
  • Dee Pellegrino

    I was so saddened to hear of Ang's passing. I loved your mother very much. I have many fond memories of the time we spent together.
    She was a loving kind person and was a great source of strength for me.

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