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Antoinette A. (Albino) Gentile
September 6, 1945 ~ September 29, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Antoinette Angela (Albino) Gentile passed away peacefully at her home, surrounded by her loving family on Friday, September 29, 2023, joining her beloved husband Joseph in eternal peace.
Born on September 6, 1945, Antoinette was one of three children to the late Bill and Mary Albino. Raised and educated in Waterbury, she later settled in Wolcott, where she raised her family and created a warm and loving home with her creative and impeccable decorating style. Married for 58 years, Antoinette and Joseph shared an enduring love, serving as an inspiration to all who knew them. Their bond was a testament to the strength of their commitment, creating a strong and lasting foundation for their family. She devoted herself fully to her role as a wife, mother, and grandmother, providing endless love, support, and guidance. After raising her children, Antoinette found fulfillment in her work at Macy's where she delighted in helping others feel beautiful and confident. Her social nature and genuine care for others made her a beloved figure among coworkers and customers alike. Her passing leaves a void in the lives of all who knew and loved her, leaving a legacy of love, devotion, and kindness that will forever remain.
She is survived by her sons, Joseph W. Gentile and his wife Pamela of Wolcott and William Gentile of R.I.; and her three adored grandchildren with whom she shared an unbreakable bond, Joseph James Gentile, Victoria Ann Gentile and Malia Elani Gentile. She also leaves her brother, William Albino and her sister Donna Salcito and her husband Tony; along with many nieces and nephews and extended family including Kayla, Gabby, James and Joslin.
In lieu of flowers, Antoinette may be remembered with contributions to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at http://www.stjude.org
Honoring her wishes, Antoinette’s family will celebrate her life privately. For online expressions of sympathy, please visit www.PlainvilleFuneralHome.com