DiRENNO, FRANK F.             

Frank DiRenno of Ossining died June 23, 2014, he was 84. Born May 19, 1930 in Ossining to Fortunato & Mary (Gallo) DiRenno. Frank will be remembered as a devoted husband, loving father and grandfather. Throughout his life he built a reputation for being a solid, dependable and loyal man giving selflessly to everyone he cared for. He enjoyed gardening and music; most of all his collection of Mario Lanza records. Frank graduated from Ossining High School and worked tirelessly throughout his life to support his family. Frank worked for the Ossining School District for 36 years as a driver for special needs children. Frank also worked for Roosevelt Pharmacy for over 30 years. In 1955, he married Dolores Gasparro and raised 4 children; Fortunato, Rosemaria, Frank & Lisa. Frank will be greatly missed by all whose lives he touched. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, his 4 children and their spouses, 8 grandchildren Frank, Vincent, Christopher, Linda, Frank, Angela, Francesca & Anthony, brother Richard, sister Louise Esposito and many nieces, nephews and lifelong special friends. Frank was pre-deceased by his brother Anthony. Frank will be reposing Thurs. 2-4 & 7-9pm at Leach & Thomas, Inc. 32 State St. Ossining, Mass of Christian Burial Fri. 10am at St. Ann’s Church, burial at St. Augustine’s Cemetery.

BERBERICH, LOUISE T.             

Louise (Pellegrino) Berberich of Bushkill, PA, formerly of Ossining died June 23, 2014, she was 84. She was born Sept. 26, 1929 in White Plains to Nunzio & Louise (Margotta) Pellegrino. Louise worked as an office manager at North East News in Ossining and later as head teller at Marine Midland Bank in Ossining. She is survived by her husband Ronald of Bushkill, PA, sister Elizabeth Lucia of Stony Point and many nieces & nephews. Louise will be reposing Thurs. 2-4 & 7-9pm at Leach & Thomas, Inc. 32 State St. Ossining, Mass of Christian Burial Fri. 10am at Transfiguration Church in Tarrytown, burial at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.


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