Angelita S. Baylon, 75
April 12, 2018
Angelita S. Baylon, 75, of Lititz, PA, passed away unexpectedly on April 12, 2018 at her home. Born in La Carlota, Philippines, she was the daughter of the late Sergio Sitchon & Concepcion Dugtong. Angelita was the loving wife of Rito G. Baylon.
She graduated from La Consolacion College in Bacolod, Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education (B.S.E.Ed). She then taught elementary school students in San Miguel, Philippines. Angelita immigrated with Rito to Brooklyn, New York on April 30, 1971. She was employed for several years in the banking industry, including at Marine Midland and Chase Manhattan Banks. Upon moving to Pennsylvania, Angelita started work in retail with Bon-Ton and JC Penney.
With a lifelong passion for her Catholic faith, Angelita was a devoted and cherished member of St. James Church in Lititz. She was a gifted home decorator, enthusiastic gardener, and avid traveler. Over the course of a memorable lifetime, Angelita had the opportunity to visit 140 international cities across 34 countries, and bring smiles and laughter to all those blessed to meet her.
Surviving is her husband, Rito G. Baylon; a son, Hubert Baylon; a sister, Yvonne Moldes; and two brothers: Leo Sitchon and Sergio Sitchon, Jr.
Services will be held in the Philippines.
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April 21, 2018
Truly one of the kindest most loving persons i have ever known and a honor to have her and Rito and Hubert as a neighbor for the past 30 years you will be greatly missed by all who loved you. Victor Vacirca
April 19, 2018
To Rito,Hubert and Angelita’s brothers and sister ,we extend our deepest sympathy to you at this time.Angelita had a beautiful smile and a great joy in her spirit.She was always so welcoming and kind.She greatly modeled her Catholic faith to all of us.God bless you all and may you all feel the Lord’s loving arms around you during this time..Sincerely Michael,Maureen Meghan Kelley Fitzgerald
April 19, 2018
I was so shocked to see Angelita’s obituary in the Lititz Record. I have been away from home. I was always happy to see her at church. Her smile always brightened my day. Angelita was always so gracious and warm God bless her and all of her family.
Jeannette List St. James
April 16, 2018
To Angelita’s family, I worked with Angelita at JCPenney for several years. I knew her as a kind, compassionate, fun-loving associate. She had a deep devotion to her Catholic faith. After my retirement from JCPenney, I would often meet her at the Dominican Monastery, where I volunteered.- she was always so full of joy. May God grant her family His peace and comfort as they mourn their loss, knowing she is now in the arms of her beloved Saviour. Marie Quinn