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Sylvia Villa

Sylvia Villa

Sylvia Antoinette Villa was Born December 10, 1934. Sylvia Died May 19, 2014.
Sylvia was born in Manhattan on 442 E. 117th street, to parents named Giuseppe DeStefano and Anna DeStefano from San Lornzo, Italy.
Her family which included her brother Fillippo and sister Rosina relocated to 178st Washington Ave. Bronx, NY. Sylvia attended Roosevelt High School on Fordham Rd. Bronx, NY. Sylvia also lived on Belmont Ave with her first husband (Anthony Trippedo) and their three children. She then became a single parent and moved to the Murdock and Strang Ave. section of the North East Bronx.
Sylvia then married Andrew J. Villa and relocated to New Rochelle, NY. Sylvia, Andy and their children Peter, Kim, and Donna spent the rest of their lives in New Rochelle, NY. Sylvia retired from The Department of Traffic Police Division of the NYPD, in Bronx, NY on September 30, 1996.
MY mom was an angel. She was extremely loving, caring and extremely dedicated and devoted to her family.As a loving mother she gave the upmost guidance and unconditional love always.. Sylvia had many journeys in her life. One journey was to be happy, stay well and always look her best. However, her most important journey was to be caring, loving, devoted and to protect her family always. She was a hard working lady who strived to provide the best for her family and establish her life accordingly. She was the rock of her family and helped her children, grandchildren when they needed her support. Sylvia loved her family and never said no when they needed her help. She spent the later part of life traveling with her daughters and grandchildren. She loved attending parties and special occasions as well as dinners and holidays with her family.She also belonged to the Doyle Senior center and went on trips with the upper class.
Sylvia spent the last four years visiting her daughter Donna in her beautiful home in Largo Florida. She loved Florida and that is where she spent her final days.
We love her and will miss her forever. Our lives were touched by her. She will never be forgotten.
She was our Hero.
She was survived by 2 daughters, 6 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

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