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Ernestine T. Iannitelli, 79,

    Ernestine T. Iannitelli, 79, of Milford, died Monday, January 14, 2013 in the Countryside Healthcare in Milford Ma. She was born in Milford daughter of the late Ernest and Theresa (DeMatteis) Iannitelli and was a life long Milford resident. She was a graduate of the Milford High School Class of 1950.
     Ms. Iannitelli retired in 2000 from the former Prime Computer Company in Natick where she was employed as an executive secretary. Previously she was employed in the International Department at the former Draper Corporation in Hopedale MA.
    She was a communicant of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, a member of the Sacred Heart Women’s Club, and member of the Women’s auxillary volunteers at the Milford Regional Medical Center.
   She is survived by many nieces, nephews and many dear friends. A mass of Christian burial will be held Friday, January, 18, 2013 at 12 noon in the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church 7 East Main St. in Milford.
   Burial will follow in the Sacred Heart Cemetery on Medway Rd. in Milford Ma.
   There are no calling hours. Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Milford Ma.

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I had no idea she passed away, she was dear friend for many years, someone whom I loved very much. So very sorry, love to Ernie. xxoxoPatty Pierozzi

I just learned of her passing today. I am so sorry for your loss. Ernie was a true lady and a sweetheart who will be missed. God bless.
Brenda Bodreau

My family moved to the US from UK in 1991 when I worked for Prime Computer.Ernie was a wonderful work colleague-helped us settle in the US and became a family friend.Her great wit and upbeat nature was an inspiration to all of us-she always brightened our day.We extend our deepest sympathy to all her family and friends.
Roger Parsons

I was very fortunate to have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Ernie for many years at Prime/CV. She was the consummate professional, took pride in her work, and was always the first to lend anyone a helping hand. She was also a very wise woman who many looked to for advice and counseling. I always told Ernie that she would be rewarded in heaven someday and that I would be sure to wave to her on my way down to hell :) Always the optimist, she maintained that even I could be saved. But I always knew that I could live two lifetimes and never be the person she was. So God bless you Ernie and rest in peace.
Bill Foniri

Ernie and I drove to Prime Computer in Bedford for years - I got to know her quite well and very sad to hear of her passing. She often spoke of her brother that was killed during WWII. Ernie was a wonderful woman from a great family and will surely be missed. She is now with her brother in Peace... Love,
Dean Roepke/Florida

Ernie became a dear friend to me and my children when she was my husband, Bill Hauptli's, executive secretary. We all thought of her as an important member of our family. She will never be forgotten. Our deepest sympathies to her beloved nieces and family.
Judie Hauptli

What a Very Special person Ernie always was here at Rehab. A good example of how to grin and bear whatever life deals you. She was so kind and uplifting to all around her. It was an honor to have known her and we will miss her.
Linda Fitzgerald

Ernie,We're going to miss you.You were such an inspiration to all of us at Rehab.We always looked forward to seeing you.You always had a smile and never complained.May God Bless you.
Donna Buckley

I had only recently met Ernie and was so taken with her. She was such an interesting woman who loved her nieces deeply. My sincere sympathy to the family.
Dorothy Buduo

Heartfelt sympathy wishes to Ernie's devoted nieces and her family and friends. I so enjoyed our time working with her in physical therapy at Cape Rd. She was unique and extraordinary for sure, so caring. She inspired me with her grace.
Dot Curtis

So many great things can be said about Ernie. She was funny,smart, loving, careing and courageous. Our friendship goes back to our childhood years.I'm so glad I visited her this past Christmas.. She always made me feel I was the most impportant person in her life - as she did with everyone.. Who could ever say anything but nice things about this extraordinary and beautiful lady..I will miss her..Mario Tosti
Mario Tosti

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