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Jane D Cuti 1913 - 1992 was a member of the DelMonte family and married into the Cuti family. Jane(Maryjane) was born on May 30, 1913 in Buffalo,NY Buffalo. Jane(Maryjane) died on April 9, 1992 at 78 years old.
Jane D Cuti's last known residence is at Bayport, Suffolk County, NY 11705.
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My grandmother saved my life. She was my rock my strength and my salvation. She taught me jesus, not like the nuns, where we were punished for everything and Jesus was our prison guard. No..she taught me the love, forgiveness and compassion of jesus. I learned early on what true love was from her and her depiction of Jesus and I hold fast to that teaching till today.
She volunteered in church, a church lady, helped the sick and worked with people with disabilities. She was always giving funds to St Jude's Hospital and missions all over the world. Helping people was her thing. I guess since she never got to be the nurse she trained to be, she helped others in the ways she could. A great lesson she taught and I adore her for it!
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Jane was the most sincere,loyal , loving and humorous person I will ever know.
She gave up a career as a nurse to marry the only man she ever loved, Thomas A. Cuti.
Jane was a proficient writer and storyteller, although the world never got to see her works. She loved unconditionally and never judged a person unduly. Her greatest attribute was the ability to laugh at herself and put her family first above all else, even herself.
Her most famous saying was," always put the children first". I was raised by this magnificent woman and will always keep her close to me by accomplishing the things I know she would have wanted. I loved her more than life and the world lost a superb human being who would have made a huge difference in this world if she would have followed her dreams.
Her legacy lives on in her unbelievable meatballs and spaghetti sauce and her stories shall be told by me!
She had 2 children, a daughter, Veronica Gail and a son, Thomas A. II,
#3 grandchildren, #7 great-grandchildren and #3 great-great grandchildren.
I thank God for her phenomenal faith in Jesus and for teaching me strength, courage and the "never-give -up" attitude she lived by. She believed with all her heart that God will see you through and that good prevails. I will see her one day so I hope she likes this bit here!