Judith A. Daniello

Sep 05, 2017
Judith Daniello

Owls Head — Judith Ann Daniello, 77, Passed away Aug. 29, 2017, at Sussman House.

She wasorn in South Hope to Irving and Hazel (Rolfe) Savoy, Feb. 17, 1940, living on Clark Island.

She was ducated in Rockland and St. George schools and graduated as valedictorian in 1958, from St. George High School.

She married Victor Edward Daniello Sept. 16, 1959. They had two children.

She worked for 47 years in the insurance business, starting at Clarence F. Joy in Rockland, in March 1961 and retired from The Allen Agency in Rockland in December 2007.

Judy loved animals! She enjoyed game shows and comedies. She was one of the most giving people you could ever meet.

She loved her family, two children, three granddaughters and five great-grandchildren!

She was known and loved for her trademark smile to her insurance customers and infectious laugh to everyone she met.

In her younger days, she loved water-skiing at Chickawaukee Lake in Rockland, and swimming at the Clark Island Quarry.

She was predeceased by her parents and the father of her children; brother-in-law David Blake; mother-in-law Marion Morse; brothers-in-law Fred Daniello and Dennis Daniello; sisters-in-law Joanne Daniello and Pamela Daniello.

Survivors include her daughter, Lisa (Daniello) Wheeler, and husband Gene, of Gardiner; son Scott Daniello of Owls Head; granddaughters Chelsea Roberts and husband Edward, Allie Malmstrom and fiance Brandon, Taylour Daniello and companion Megan Anne; great-grandchildren Cameron Allen, Olivia Rose, Landon Hunter, Brooke Noelle and Lochlan Victor; sister Barbara Blake of Camden; nephew David Blake, wife Robin and great-nephew Tony; sisters-in-law Joyce Dennison Daniello, Judy Winchenbach, Gerry Daniello, Holly Sprague Morse; brothers-in-law David Daniello, Ronald Daniello, Jeff Daniello, Alan Daniello and Timothy Morse; dear friend Dee Dee Ripley; and good friends Cindy Norton and Pam Coombs; many, many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. Everyone who knew her loved her and she will be sadly missed by many!

Her wishes to be cremated were performed by Direct Cremation of Maine in Belfast. Judy did not want any kind of a service.. A get-together will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to her favorite charity, Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County, P.O. Box 1294, Rockland, ME 04841.

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