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Carmella "Carm" T. (Attanasio) Miller

January 26, 1946 ~ November 11, 2020 (age 74)

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PLEASE NOTE- CALLING HOURS FOR CARMELLA MILLER TAKING PLACE AT THE DEMARCO-STONE FUNERAL HOME IN ROTTERDAM, NY ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2020 HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE. THE MEMORIAL SERVICE AND BURIAL OF CARMELLA'S ASHES TAKING PLACE ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14, 2020 HAVE ALSO BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE.

Rotterdam- It is with profound sadness we announce Carmella “Carm”  Attanasio Miller, age 74, passed away peacefully at her daughter's home on Nov. 11, 2020 surrounded by her loving family. She was born on January 26th 1946 to John “Shammy” Attanasio and Mary Pasquarella. She married her love William (Bill) Miller, in August of 1986.

Carmella was a dedicated  grandmother, mother, wife, sister, and friend.  She was a giving and caring person and often put other’s needs before her own.  Until her health condition made it impossible, Carmella led an active life.  She was an excellent seamstress and many people sought out her services.  She was an avid bingo player and very much enjoyed frequenting the casinos.  Carmella enjoyed her last years traveling to her second home in Jensen Beach, Florida in which she shared with her late husband.  Her last days were surrounded by family and sharing special moments.

Carmella is survived by her daughters; Nicki (Bruce) Stoddard, and Maria (Joe) Gage, her grandchildren; Alisha Hanzalik, Jessica Stoddard, Jason Gage, and Michael Gage, her Step-Children; Kristine (John) Tommasone, William “Bill” (Corrine) Miller, and Sandy (John) Daunais, her step-grandchildren; Danielle Tommasone, Nicole Cappiello, Kayla Godlewski, Billy Miller, Britney Daunais, and Jami Daunais , 3 great-grandchildren, her brother, John (Judy) Attanasio, David (Carla) Gazzillo, who was like a brother to her and  Barbara Adams King (Gary), who was like a sister to her and her lifelong best friend and sister MaryAnne (Bob) Zimmer.

She is predeceased by her husband Bill, her parents, John and Mary and her beloved brother, Anthony.

In memory of Carmella, contributions can be made to the Tyler DeMarco Foundation.

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