There will be no funeral services for Rose Naccarato, 98, of
United Helpers Nursing Home. Arrangements are with Frary Funeral Home. Mrs.
Naccarato passed away Tuesday (June 2, 2009) at United Helpers Nursing Home.
She is survived by two daughters, Francine Naccarato of
Ogdensburg, and Joan Anastasio of Amity Harbor, NY; several nieces and nephews,
four grandchildren, Marisa Serio of Boston, Carlo Serio of Astoria, Gina Cona
of North Carolina, Diane Olson of North Carolina,; and five great
grandchildren. She was predeceased by three sisters and two brothers.
She was born on October
12, 1910 in Manhattan,
NY the daughter of Egidio and
Maria (Tucci) Brancata. She attended
local elementary and secondary schools as well as business school In the New
York City area. She married Peter
Naccarato in 1945 in Manhattan
which later ended in divorce. Rose
worked in the Garment District in NYC as a seamstress for many years, and
later, in Queens, she sewed for Kimberly
Knits. After her retirement, Rose ran an
alterations business from her home in Bayside.
Rose loved young children and provided child care for many
years especially for the Desantis family, and later for others in Bay Terrace. After her retirement, she also did many types
of volunteer work especially at St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital in Bayside, Queens, where she earned an award for Volunteer of the
Year at the age of 93.
In October of 2005 Mrs. Naccarato moved from New York City to
Ogdensburg, where she lived in the United Helpers Adult Home, moving later to
the nursing home. Donations may be made in her memory to the charity of one’s