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Sylvia Dimitrescu

March 11, 2011

Sylvia Dimitrescu

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Ms. Sylvia Dimitrescu of North Smithfield, passed away peacefully in her sleep at the Oakland Grove Rehabilitation Center on March 3, 2011.
Born in Woonsocket, the daughter of the late Mihail and Anastasia (Dima) Dimitrescu.
Sylvia was employed as a store manager for Mason-Preston Stationers and P.M. Lolly of Woonsocket. She also was a purchasing sales administrator for Office Concepts of Providence.
Sylvia was a member of the St. John the Baptist Romanian Orthodox Church of Woonsocket. She was a board member of the Parish Council, the Ladies Auxiliary and participated in the church choir. Sylvia was a long time active member of the Quota International Club and has a number of positions within the organization. She also contributed countless hours at the YWCA Apris Midi Club.
Sylvia will be greatly missed by her two nephews, James Pittu of Fairfield, CT and David Pittu and his wife Linda of New York and several great nieces and nephews, Sarah, Ashly, Justin and Adam.
She was predeceased by her sisters, Margaret Pittu and Andronica and Kay Dimitrescu.
Funeral Services were held privately at the deceased and family's request in the care of the Egidio DiPardo & Sons Funeral Home, 75 Harris Ave., Woonsocket with burial in the Parish Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John the Romanian Orthodox Church.
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