Love and memories last forever...
  • 94 years old
  • Born on January 30, 1924 .
  • Passed away on October 20, 2018 .

House, Ida (nee Mauriello) passed away peacefully on October 20th, 2018 at 94.

She was predeceased by her husband of many years, Alfred E. House

She is survived by her sister Mary, brothers Robert, Lawrence, and Anthony, nieces Lois Lampe, Lorraine Otis, and Loretta Martino (Robert). She is also survived by her great nieces Helena Lorman (Jim) & Anita Thompson (Chris) Jamie Medlar (Bill); great nephews Anthony Martino (Allyson), Alfred Lewis (Ellen), Frank Lampe (Jill), and Nicholas Lampe (Amanda); as well as many great-great nieces and nephews.

Ida enjoyed her Dunkin Donuts coffee, bingo, Wii bowling, spending time with her family, and especially the casino.

A private ceremony will be held by the family.

Posted by Lois Lampe on 24th October 2018
Aunt, My heart is broken. I can't even describe what you meant to me and my boys. You were so special in our lives. You were always there for us. You were not only my Aunt, but my other mother, my gambling buddy and my friend. I could talk to you about anything. I miss our talks every day. I will love you and hold you and the memories in my heart forever. I hope you are with Uncle in Heaven. I love and miss you both so much. Not a day goes by that I don't think of you both. With all my love, Lois
Posted by Lorraine Otis on 23rd October 2018
Thank you dear Aunt Ida for all the very special memories you gave me through the years that I will treasure in my heart always. You were an important part of my life growing up and as an adult. I enjoyed watching old movies with you & Mom. Your funny comments made all three of us girls laugh so much. I love you Aunt and will miss you till we meet again. You always told me when you drank your DD coffee I brought you that you think of me. Now its my turn - whenever I drink my coffee I'll be saying here's to you Aunt and the legacy you've given all of us; sharing our joys and sorrows. Your niece, Lorraine (or as you called me "Pinky". Holding you in my heart...
Posted by Loretta Martino on 23rd October 2018
dear aunt I will miss our morning calls and gossip;. I will miss you laughing at my jokes my Idie May, I will miss taking you to bingo, and all the other stuff we did together. I hope you are in a good place and walking with Uncle. Thank You for being my other mother and the things you taught me as a child I will forever love and miss you aunt. Love niece Loretta and Bobby

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