Daughter of Italian immigrants put family first

Sep 12, 2018 152

BY: JAMIE MARTINES

Nothing says love like a bowl of cappelletti soup. The small, hat-shaped pasta bathed in a warm broth was a Christmas Day staple in Mary Moff’s home. It’s an Italian tradition she upheld and passed down to her own children. But it wasn’t just about the soup, her children said. It was the hours in the kitchen — hours spent with loved ones — that made the soup special.

“Family is very important, and that’s how we were raised,” her daughter Rosie Wolford said. Mary A. Moff, 87, of Latrobe passed away Friday, Sept. 7, 2018, at Kelly’s Personal Care Home in Greensburg. Born Jan. 19, 1931, she was the daughter of Basilio and Augustina Antinori, Italian immigrants who settled in Crabtree.

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SOURCE: https://triblive.com/

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