Louise Camaratta Obituary

Louise Camaratta

Louise Camaratta, age 79 of Smyrna, Delaware was called home to be with her LORD on Friday, November 8th 2019. She was the devoted wife of George Camaratta and loving mother to Debbie. Born in Philadelphia on January 10th 1940, Louise was the loving daughter of George and Claudine Gardner, both of whom preceded her in death. The oldest of five children, Louise is survived by her brother George (Janice) and she joins her brothers, James and William and sister, Margaret, in eternal rest. Louise was a loving, kind, and gentle person who liked the beach and camping in her younger days. She was a great cook and avid baker and loved to host holiday parties and summer picnics for her family. Louise also loved to crochet and was known for her infant blankets and baby outfits that she created for her nieces, nephews and their children. Louise will be greatly missed by her husband, daughter, family and friends and she will be forever in their hearts. Louise’s celebration of life will be held at St. Polycarp Catholic Church, located at 55 Ransom Lane in Smyrna, DE on Saturday, November 16th at noon. A memorial service will also be held at the Bon Ayre Community Center following the Mass.
January 10, 1940 - November 8, 201901/10/194011/08/2019
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Tracy Gardner
November 17, 2019
It’s been a little over a week now and I stil can’t grasp that you aren’t with us any longer. As my fathers big sister you hold a very special place in the family. You and Uncle George had a very long time together and also raised a beautiful , caring and compassionate d... Continue Reading
Darlene Bowling
November 15, 2019
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November 14, 2019
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November 14, 2019
It was many years ago but a memory I will cherish for the rest of my life. Louise was my cousin. She was the daughter of one of my favorite Aunts. Louise decided to have a family reunion . I think it was in 1989? Any way, it was a wonderful day and I got to see many of t... Continue Reading
Virginia Venverloh
November 12, 2019
My memory is seeing a daughte's love for her Mother. Debbie, my favorite scripture is "Eye has not seen nor ear heard the things that God has prepared for those who know him. Debbie, I am praying for God's peace to envelope you. Your mom is in good hands. You will se... Continue Reading
Darlene Bowling
November 11, 2019
Our dear friend Louise, Bill and I are so blessed to have shared so many memories with you. Every moment spent with you are treasured memories that will live on in our hearts forever. We will miss your beautiful smile, your warm hugs and yes, those facial expressions tha... Continue Reading
Marvadell Zeeb
November 10, 2019
Louise my dear loving friend. I prayed God would take you out of your pain but it doesn’t stop the pain in my heart now. I know you are in the loving arms of God and family and that brings me happiness. I love you and will miss our domino games, trips out to the beach a... Continue Reading
Debbie Camaratta
November 10, 2019
Mom, I can not believe God has taken you from me. But I guess he had better plans for you. When he took you, he took my Best Friend and now my heart is broken 💔. You know as I look back over the years, I can’t help but smile, as I remember the countless ways you showed ... Continue Reading
Dove was posted for Louise Camaratta.
November 10, 2019
Words can not express the loss we feel now that you are gone. I prayed to take your pain away and know you waited as long as you could to leave your family but God needed you in Heaven. I will miss all the fun we had, the laughs, the beach and our shopping trips. Our fri... Continue Reading
Maryann Barth Lopez
November 9, 2019
Mrs.Camaratta i am so sad still can't believe your gone now. You were a wonderful loving, caring person.I know you loved your daughter Debbie very much.I pray you will always be with her and your husband George. I have so many fond memories of you.I will always remember ... Continue Reading