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September 2, 1919 ~ January 8, 2021 (age 101) 101 Years Old
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Josephine “Josie” D (Amico) Nataro, 101 of Chestnut Street, died Friday, (January 8, 2021) peacefully at her home that she lived in her whole life in Winsted, CT. Born in Winsted, September 2, 1919, daughter of the late Dominic and Lillian (DiMartino) Amico. She was the loving wife of the late Joseph J Nataro for 48 years. Josie retired from the A & P grocery store where she was a meat wrapper for more than 18 years. Her family will miss her sauce and their Sunday dinners as they were very special. She was always there to give tips on how to prepare almost anything as she was a truly great Italian cook. Josie regularly attended mass at St. Joseph’s Church, was a lover of coffee, chocolates and Boston Cream donuts and enjoyed traveling and watching TV, especially when she could try and see a glimpse of her granddaughter that works in entertainment. She is survived by her daughter, Nancy Sheek and her husband John, of Wethersfield, CT; granddaughter Katie Jo Sheek of Los Angeles, CA and several nieces, nephews, caring friends, neighbors and caregivers. As the youngest of 7 children, she was predeceased by: Anna Avampato, Mary DiMartino, Pat Amico, Lucy Ruby, Lillian Milano, and Michelina Simonin. Private burial will take place at St. Joseph Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or The Office of Radio and Television of the Archdiocese of Hartford