NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ -- Edith-Anne Walto passed away last week, suddenly and unexpectedly, at the age of 47. She is survived by her husband Robert and her children William, 14,  and Katharine, 8.  

The Walto were very active in North Plainfield, attending church at Saint Josephs and always active with your activities.  Last summer her daughter Katharine was featured in a story here in TAP into North Plainfield showing off her sheep at the 4H fair while Edith-Anne looked on proudly.

The community is asked to make a donation to the education funds of her children and to help offset burial costs.  Donations can be made online.

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Her obituary is below:

Edith-Anne Walto (nee Saccento) of North Plainfield, NJ passed away suddenly at John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Edison on Friday, February 27, 2015 at the age of 47.
 
Family and friends are invited to attend the visitation on Monday, March 2nd, from 4 – 8 PM at Paul Ippolito Berkeley Memorial, 646 Springfield Ave., Berkeley Heights. The funeral will be held on Tuesday, March 3rd, beginning at the funeral home at 9 AM followed by Funeral Mass at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Bebout Ave., Stirling, NJ, at 10 AM. Interment will take place in St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery. For more information or to send condolences please visit www.ippolitofuneralhomes.com. 

 
Edith-Anne was born in Teaneck, NJ and resided in Berkeley Heights before moving to North Plainfield, NJ in 1998. She currently worked as a contract specialist for Toyota Financial in Parsippany since 1998. 
 
Edith-Anne was, in the words of her children, the best mom ever, and was always there for them. She supported all of her children’s activities and always encouraged them to do anything they enjoyed. She was also an active member with her children in the Somerset County 4-H.
 
Edith loved spending time with her family and friends. She is the beloved wife of Robert. Loving mother of William and Katharine. Devoted daughter of Gaetano and Andrea (nee Buccellato). Cherished granddaughter of Edith Buccellato. Dear sister of Michael, Guy, Judith, Andrea, and John. Edith was also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and friends.