Barbara, I read your dad's page first and handled that ok, but when I just read your mom's page, I teared up! It brought back memories of hearing about your mom and her beauty shop and how much she enjoyed her vocation and her clients. Reading about her love of cooking and shopping, made me smile as I realized how much you also enjoy those things. Though reluctant, as I was not a big fan of shopping, I certainly enjoyed my shopping trips with you and our kids in Slidell! We would make a day of it, usually ending with a meal at Chic Filet! My kids loved our shopping trips together too, because you always made us laugh!
I will never forget your great cooking - which you obviously learned from your mom! Your spaghetti and meatballs and homemade pizza were a big hit! I also remember you introducing me and my kids to picking strawberries and making strawberry jam. I am so sorry for your loss of both your mom and dad, but pray that knowing they will be together in eternity will bring you peace and comfort.
Love and prayers,
Linda Byrne and Family
To the family of Joseph and Dolores Cairone
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Your Mom and Dad/Grandparents/Great Grandparents left behind them a wonderful legacy as reflected in each and every one of you. There is no doubt that they are looking down proudly at their family. Joe & Jean Hoffman
Dear Family of Joseph and Dolores Cairone.
Please accept our condolences at this sad time in your lives. We have fond memories of Joe farming his crops and Dolores creating beautiful hairstyles for many ladies .These two kind-hearted and gentle people are perfect examples of how all of us should live our lives.
The Anthony Magliocco Family
Tony, Gloria, Michael and Mark