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Mildred Nisivoccia

Mildred Nisivoccia (Pavlischak)

Friday August 15, 1924 - Thursday April 30, 2020
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Loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother & Great-Grandmother

Mildred Nisivoccia, 95 of Nutley, passed away on Thursday, April 30, 2020. Born in Miners Mill, PA, the daughter of the late John and Helen (Selepak) Pavlischak, Mildred lived in Newark prior to moving to Nutley 65 years ago. She was a member of Nutley Seniors and the Nutley Amvets Auxilliary. The beloved wife of the late Anthony Nisivoccia, Mildred is survived by her children, Anthony Nisivoccia Jr., Marie Tellini, Ronald Nisivoccia, Andrew Nisivoccia, Robert Nisivoccia, and Perry Nisivoccia; 11 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
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Linda Pavlischak

Posted at 09:09pm
"Mildred Nisivoccia" brought so many gifts to our life. We will never forget him/her!
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linda pavlischak

Posted at 09:06pm
Always remembering time spent at her house in Nutley and down at the shore. When family got together there were plenty of laughs. Sorry to hear of her passing. She will be with all her brothers and sisters in heaven...

Linda Pavlischak

Flip Landolfi

Posted at 05:26pm
Always that warm smile. Such a loving woman. Great memories of summers in Ortley. Miss you Mrs. N.
Your Family was truly blessed.
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Charlotte Cikowski

Posted at 12:13pm
May this tree of life symbolize the love of this wonderful woman who gave so much to family and friends. Rest in peace Aunt Mildred. Love, Cookie
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Charlotte Cikowski

Posted at 12:07pm
Sending Prayers and Blessings to all my cousins and their families. Aunt Mildred was a very special lady who loved life and enjoyed smiling and laughing. She reminded me so much of my mom. She raised a beautiful family and was blessed with many grand children and great grand children. She was also a wonderful cook. Born on the feast of the Ascension of Mary, August 15th she was baptized and confirmed in the Byzantine Catholic rite. She had a deep love for the Lord and Blessed Mother. The youngest of 11 children, Aunt Mildred lived a long life almost 96 years. I loved her pure white hair and loving nature. She will always be in my heart. May all the love she shared with her family bring peace and beautiful memories as she is now another of our angels in heaven.
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