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Angelo Maiuro

Angelo Maiuro, 86, of Currie, NC died Tuesday June 26, 2007 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

He was born July 8, 1920 in Elm, NJ and was the son of the late Giuseppe and Catherine Tabasco Maiuro. Angelo now joins his lovely wife, Thelma Clinkscales Maiuro, who passed away in 2003 and will be buried by her side. He was also predeceased by three brothers.

Mr. Maiuro lived a remarkable life, serving his country in the US Army as a decorated member of the First Division during WW II in Africa and Europe, and later as a socially conscious and successful businessman, touching the lives and hearts of many, both within and outside the family. He was owner and operator of Currie Quick Shop for over twenty years.

Survors include his daughter, Jacqueline M. Wilson, a local artist, and her husband, Marshal of Piedmont, SC; sons Dennis Maiuro, a certified black seal, and wife, Bobbi of Yardville, NJ and Dr. Roland Maiuro, a psychologist and professor of Seattle, WA; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Angelina Mortellite of Hammonton, NJ, Rose Collins of Elizabethtown, KY, and Louise Gelabert of El Paso, TX; brothers; Louie Maiuro of Berlin, NJ and Johnny Maiuro of Ulysses, PA; numerous nieces and nephews.

A graveside service will be conducted Saturday June 30, 2007 at 10:00 AM at Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Lowndesville, SC with the Rev. Lee Kennerly officiating with military honors to follow.

The body is at The Chandler-Jackson Funeral Home where the family will recieve friends from 6:00 until 7:00 PM Friday evening June 29, 2007.

Visitation

Chandler-Jackson Funeral Home
208 South Main Street
Abbeville, SC  29620
Fri. June 29, 2007
6:00-7:00 PM

Service

Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery
111unk
Lowndesville, SC  29659
Sat. June 30, 2007
10:00 AM

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