Katherine A Sammarco of Edison, Dies at 64


EDISON, NJ - Katherine A Sammarco, 64, died at John F Kennedy Medical Center in Edison on Monday September 29, 2014.

Katherine was born in Newark and a lifelong resident of Edison. She was an Licensed Practical Nurse working at Roosevelt Hospital in Edison for 40 years.

Katherine was predeceased by her parents Fred and Erica Dobbs; and her brother Fred. She is survived by her husband Carl Sammarco, her step father Jack Sidof and his wife Diane; her sister-in-law Suzanne Taylor; her nephew Charles Taylor Jr.; her nieces Jacqueline Denski and Sherry Loria.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Boylan Funeral Home, 10 Wooding Ave., Edison, a private cremation is planned by the family

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