Judy Mattioli-Capelle
  • 73 years old
  • Date of birth: Apr 19, 1940
  • Date of passing: Mar 7, 2014
Let the memory of Judy be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Judy Mattioli-Capelle, 73, born on April 19, 1940 and passed away on March 7, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Vickie Hurst- Bologna on 29th April 2016

"Judy Judy Judy Judy, what a truly beautiful soul with a great sense of humor. Always showing the world her happy good natured side. She always had a hug & kiss for me from the time I was a little girl and we became friends. She is truly missed and I will always remember my dear friend Judy. Her daughter is just like her, how lucky are we."

This tribute was added by Cherise Bologna on 29th April 2016

"I will never ever forget how confident she was. I remember from a young age thinking I wanted to be like that one day. So so beautiful too."

This tribute was added by Chris Vitaioli on 5th March 2016

"She gave me and my brother a loving kitten that she found on the side of the street.  We had just lost our cat of 20 years and my brother did not want another cat.  When she brought her over she said to my brother that if you do not take her they will put her down.  my brother said ok and we have had Tammyjean for 10 years.  God richly bless you Judy.  Life is not the same without you, Love Chris and Jim."

This tribute was added by A. Rhoan on 5th March 2016

"To her daughter:

“There is an appointed time for everything, A time for every activity under the heavens:  A time for birth and a time to die.....A time to kill and a time to heal......A time to tear down and a time to build up.....A time to weep and a time to laugh;  A time to wail and a time to dance......A time to love and a time to hate.........A time for war and a time for peace.”  - Ecclesiates 3:1-8.

May you have more times of  "healing", "laughing", "dancing",  and "loving" than  “weeping” and “wailing” with each passing year;  and may  cherished memories of your mom keep her forever alive in your heart.

One day very soon, you will experience a time of perfect happiness  and everlasting peace as you welcome her back to life!  May the following bible account comfort you:    "Now there was in Jopʹpa a disciple named Tabʹi·tha, which means, when translated, “Dorʹcas.” She abounded in good deeds and gifts of mercy that she was making.  But in those days she fell sick and died. .....Peter then put everyone outside, and kneeling down, he prayed. Then turning toward the body, he said: “Tabʹi·tha, rise!” She opened her eyes, and as she caught sight of Peter, she sat up.  Giving her his hand, he raised her up, and he called the holy ones and the widows and presented her alive".  Acts 9: 36, 37, 40, 41.  

I'm so very sorry for your loss."

This tribute was added by Debra Mattioli-Capelle on 5th March 2016

"Funny memory  was when she rescued an abused dog and gave it to a loving family. It was a successful covert operation!"

This tribute was added by Debra Mattioli-Capelle on 5th March 2016

"My mother loved everyone, helped everyone,  and rescued animals too. Thankfully she is at peace after a lifetime of abuse from someone unworthy to breathe the same air as her. She was completely beat down and destroyed in life, but her heart remained pure"

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