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Mass of Christian Burial

St. Lucy's Roman Catholic Church
Tuesday December 31st, 2013
9:30am

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Interment at: Memory Garden's


Tuesday December 31st, 2013
11:00am

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Anita Quickenton

Altamont- Anita M. Quickenton 69, passed away on December 25, 2013. She was born on November 21, 1944 in Albany, NY to Harlow and Anna (White) Kiliani. Anita worked at the Westmere Elementary School, retiring in April 2012. She is survived by her husband, Edward; her children Bonnie Barum, Nadine Livingston, Darcy Murnane and Stephen Quickenton; her sister Sandy Olsen, her brother Michael H. Kiliani; and six grandchildren. Friends and family are invited to calling hours on Monday, December 30, 2013 from 5-8PM at Fredendall Funeral Home 199 Main Street, Altamont, NY. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 31, 23013 at 9:30AM at St. Lucy’s Roman Catholic Church 122 Grand Street, Altamont, NY with interment to follow at Memory’s Garden Memorial Park, Albany. Online condolences may be made at www.fredendallfuneralhome.com


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aNITA, Beautiful angel of God. we will miss you so much. I pride myself in being your cousin. Our precious memories know you as such a devoted mother, cousin and friend. When our children were little, and we'd have them all play together, you enlightened our world. David, Daniel & Kathleen are blessed over the years for your kindness and concern. It was a great pleasure to be with you and all our cousins together. We love you, miss you, and shall always cherish the memories, and caring that we have for our beautiful family and your wonderful children. God bless you always. With great respect, love and devotion..You are forever In our hearts and memories. We miss you. Love, "Pamie," Bill, David, Daniel, Kat, grandchildren.

Pam Armstrong Plumb, William Plumb Jan 4 2014 12:00 AM

Mom, I will miss you forever but I have all the wonderful memories to cherish. The last few days have been difficult. Dad and us kids are doing fine. We know your days are now beautiful and filled with flowers and sunshine. Rest in peace mom. I love you .

Nadine Livingston Jan 2 2014 12:00 AM

I will miss those inspiring phone calls you would give me when I was down. You always knew how to cheer me up.And Marcus always loved talking to you about his adventures. I will miss you so much mom. You will never be forgotten.

Bonnie Barum Dec 31 2013 12:00 AM

I will miss those inspiring phone calls you would give me when I was down. You always knew how to cheer me up.And Marcus always loved talking to you about his adventures. I will miss you so much. You will never be forgotten.

Bonnie Barum Dec 31 2013 12:00 AM

Anita was my beloved sister. i remember many Spring and Summer's day when we would play in the yard with the sprinklers, she wa always fun and laughing. Sad to know that she has passed on, yet do know the Angels will guide her to God above where she will be eternally happy and the days of Soring and Summer will never end and she will smile, laugh forver. May god bless you forever my sweet sister Anita... My eternal love to you my beautiful sister.. Love forever, Your brother Harlowe (Michael)

Harlowe Kiliani Dec 30 2013 12:00 AM

Anita was my beloved sister. i remember many Spring and Summer's day when we would play in the yard with the sprinklers, she wa always fun and laughing. Sad to know that she has passed on, yet do know the Angels will guide her to God above where she will be eternally happy and the days of Soring and Summer will never end and she will smile, laugh forver. May god bless you forever my sweet sister Anita... My eternal love to you my beautiful sister.. Love forever, Your brother Harlowe (Michael)

Harlowe Kiliani Dec 30 2013 12:00 AM

She was my older sister by 18 months. We played hours and hours together, cutting out our paper dolls and making elaborate houses for them out of empty kleenex boxes and the folders the paper dolls came in. We had our very own "secret" hideout/playroom in our attic bedroom. in a little closet we had to crawl into. I visited our old family home last Oct. and spent an afternoon with Anita. Both memories I will always cherish. I love you, my sister.

Sandy Kiliani Olsen Dec 30 2013 12:00 AM