Caroline Ferro

Caroline (Pecora) Ferro, 95, entered peacefully into eternal rest on June 1, 2019. in Edenton, NC, where she resided, surrounded by members of her family. 

Born November 5, 1924 in Bradford, a daughter of the late Fortunato Pecora and Josephine (Donato) Pecora.  On June 20, 1947 in St. Bernard's Church, she married Angelo Joseph Ferro who died in 1998.

Caroline managed the Bradford Hospital Auxilliary Retail Store for many years. After the death of her husband she moved to Bradenton Florida where she enjoyed life for 20 years continuing her work in resale for the Volunteer Fire Dept. in her community into her 90th year. 
 
She was a member of St. Bernard Church.
 
Caroline led a fulfilling life and was always ready to laugh with those around her.  She will be greatly missed and always close to the hearts of her family and many friends. 
 
Surviving are two daughters, Kathleen Ferro and Loretta Ann Ferro, five grandchildren, Leo (Jane) and Zachary Campbell, Paul and Angelo Ferro Lipps, and Sara (Dinani) Connelly, and three great grandchildren. 
 
She was preceded in death by her husband, two sons Carl and Paul Ferro, two brothers and one sister.
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A memorial mass and burial will be held later in summer in Bradford.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

 

HOLLENBECK-CAHILL Funeral Home

33 South Avenue • Bradford, PA 16701

All Condolences -

Caroline was a lovely woman.
— T.A.

Heartfelt condolences to the family from Pat and Jan (Vigliotti) Munday.
— Pat Munday

Rest In Peace dear Aunt Caroline. I always said you were my twin. I will miss you very much. You were always happy smiling and had a sexy streak. Always fun to be with. Loved my Dad like crazy. Thank you for being you.
— Carol Goldstein

Condolences

  • Caroline was a lovely woman.

    — T.A.
  • Heartfelt condolences to the family from Pat and Jan (Vigliotti) Munday.

    — Pat Munday
  • Rest In Peace dear Aunt Caroline. I always said you were my twin. I will miss you very much. You were always happy smiling and had a sexy streak. Always fun to be with. Loved my Dad like crazy. Thank you for being you.

    — Carol Goldstein