Christina Liberti Obituary

Christina I. Liberti
Christina I. Liberti

April 21, 1940 - October 5, 2018
Born in Soldier, Pennsylvania
Resided in Cheektowaga, New York
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October 5, 2018, age 78
Beloved wife of 50 years to the late Silvio Liberti of Anversa, Abruzzo, Italy; loving mother of Joseph (Jackie) Liberti and Rita (Trudy Toll) Liberti of Oakland, CA; caring daughter of the late Joseph and Angeline Tabone; dear sister of Josephine (Fred) Nichols, Mary (Jim) Deters, Diane (Randy) Walburn, and the late Patricia (Melvin) Roy and Marlene (Donald) Bloom; also survived by nieces, nephews as well as her many cousins and friends. There will be no prior visitation. Arrangements by the AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday from Infant of Prague Church, 921 Cleveland Drive, Cheektowaga at 10 AM. Family and friends are asked to please assemble at the church. Christina moved to Buffalo, NY in her teens in search of work and opportunity. One of her first jobs was at Tree Pickle factory. She began work at J.W. Clement (Arcata Graphics/Quebecor) in Depew, NY in 1964, where she worked for 38 years until she retired in 2002. In her years at Arcata, she made many friends who enjoyed her feisty personality and spirit. Throughout her life, Christina was a generous, passionate, and caring wife, mother, sister, and friend. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Joey and Rita extend a heartfelt thank you to the nurses and staff at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, Saint Joseph’s campus in Cheektowaga. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association of Western New York. Share condolences at




Mass of Christian Burial
Infant of Prague Chapel
921 Cleveland Dr.
Cheektowaga, New York 14225
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
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