Helen Citino photo,II

Helen F. Citino

March 29, 1922 - October 30, 2019 Kennett Square, PA | Age 97 Loving Mother, Grandmother and Friend.

HELEN F. CITINO, age 97, of Kennett Square, PA, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019, at the Chester County Hospital. She was the wife of Ralph Citino, who passed away in 1979, and with whom she shared over 20 years of marriage.

Born in Kennett Square, PA, she was the daughter of the late Angelo Fragale and the late Marie Aiello Fragale.

Mrs. Citino was a Cafeteria worker at the Kennett Consolidated School District before her retirement.

She was a member of St. Patrick Church in Kennett Square, PA.

Mrs. Citino enjoyed baking, cooking, sewing and being with her family and friends.

She is survived by one daughter, Sandra and her husband Michael of Kennett Square, PA and one granddaughter, Christina Blevins.

Her services and burial will be private.

To view her online tribute and to share a memory with her family, please visit www.kuzoandfoulkfh.com

Arrangements by the Kuzo Funeral Home Kennett Square, PA


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  1. Sandy,Mike,and Christina
    I so remember you Mom Sandy and many nice conversations when she picked up Christina from Future Bound.
    What a gift to have a loving mother and grandmother. God’s grace as you miss her. Love to all
    Angela Miller

    Angela Miller | November 4, 2019 at 7:12 PM
  2. To Mrs. Citino’s loved ones. I met “Dolly” when I was a student at Kennett Middle School in the late 80’s. I was an awkward kid and didn’t have a lot of friends. One day in the cafeteria, I was lucky enough to meet Dolly. We had wonderful conversations about being Italian-American and our traditions. We got so friendly that she invited my mother, father, brother, and myself to her home one evening. We had a lovely time. As with anything, life has an unfortunate way of making it hard to keep relationships going. Sadly, we lost touch but I never forgot her and thought of her often. She was a very special lady. I send my deepest sympathies to those who loved her. May she Rest In Peace.

    Sincerely,
    Christopher Carozzo

    Christopher Carozzo | November 1, 2019 at 10:35 PM

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