Yolanda Marie Caterbone, 84
Yolanda Marie (Roda) Caterbone, 84, of Lancaster, passed away at her home on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. She was the daughter of the late Antonio and Philomena (Costarella) Roda.
She was the wife of the late Samuel Caterbone, Jr. who died in 2001.
She was a life member of St. Joseph Catholic Church on Cabbage Hill.
Yolanda graduated from J.P. McCaskey High School.
Yolanda ran the family dry cleaning business, Sam Caterbone Cleaners in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Later she worked for the food departments of the Lancaster School District, Lancaster Theological Seminary, and Franklin & Marshall College.
She enjoyed sports, especially watching football.
She is survived by four sons, Steven P. Caterbone, husband of Bernadeth, of Miami Gardens, FL, Stan J. Caterbone, of Lancaster, Philip W. Caterbone D.O. of Austin, TX, Michael T. Caterbone, husband of Maria, of Plantation, FL, five grandchildren, Anna Yolanda, Carly, Cole, Chase, and Caden, and brother, Benjamin Roda, husband of Carlene, of Lancaster. She was preceded in death by two sons, Samuel A. and Thomas P. Caterbone, a brother, Dominic F. Roda, and a sister, Jessie Crews.
Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated on Saturday, July 2, 2011 at St. Joseph Catholic Church 440 St. Joseph St. Lancaster, PA at 10am with the Rev. Msgr. Thomas Smith as Celebrant. Final farewell and commendation will be in St. Joseph New Catholic Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Lancaster County 685 Good Dr. PO Box 4125 Lancaster, PA 17604 or online www.hospiceoflancaster.org To send the family an online condolence, please visit SnyderFuneralHome.com. Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory 717-393-9661
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Dear Family of Yolie,
I was so sad to read of Yolie’s death. I always remember her great smile and laugh. I am 72 years old, but remember when I was little she was my favorite babysitter.
You probably don’t remember me, but I am Dolores, your second cousin whose Father was Joe Costarella—your mother’s uncle who used to have Santa Claus come visit with gifts when you were young.
Of all of you, I remember Stanley best. I want you all to know, that Yolie is in my thoughts and prayers, as are all of you.
Dolores (Costarella) and Angelo Costanzo, 35 South Penn St. Shippensburg, PA 17257
Dearest Steve, Stan, Phil & Mike,
We send our condolences, as well as love and prayer, to your family in your time of need. We will miss Mom (Yolanda) greatly, and may she watch over you from Heaven with our almighty Lord. May God bless all of you and your family.
With love & prayer,
Federico, Teresita & Jessica Hapitan
(Bhoy, Tess & Jema)
Dearest Papa, Uncle Stan, Uncle Phil & Uncle Mike,
I am so thankful for the wonderful weekend I was able to spend with Nanny last week. It meant the world to me and I am so sad that I was not in Lancaster today. I will miss Nanny so much and will always remember what a great grandmother she was to me. I am so lucky to have so many precious memories with Nanny growing up. I love you Nanny always.
To the Caterbone Boys,
Our thoughts are with you, sorry for your loss.
The ‘Billy’ Trout Family
Phil, Mike and the Caterbone Family,
I’m so sorry to hear of your lost. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. Remember,that your Mom will always be with you. Take care and may God bless all of you.
Dear Mike, Steve, Stan and Phil
May God and peace be with you all. Your mother will be deeply missed. I’ll always remember her great smile, kind heart and a truly remarkable lady who always opened her home to me through the years. Our prayers are with you all.
Craig & Paula Albright
TO: Steve, Phil, Stan & Mike Caterbone,
We are so sorry for the loss of MOM/YOLANDA in your family. You are all in our prayers for strength and courage on the road of grief. Our sympathy and hoping that tomorrow will bring you all comfort and peace.
Mr. & Mrs. Jesus H. Hapitan Sr.
Dear Caterbone Family,our mother Josephine Segro Caterbone was very good friends with your mother. Yolie had a wonderful smile and was always very nice to all of us. I can remember my dad calling her Yol. We all have special memories of her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
The Joseph and Josephine Caterbone Family
Steve, Stan, Phil, Mike.
What can I say? I loved your mom – she helped me so much, gave me my first job at the Dry Cleaners with Janet. Then hired me to babysit the younger sons – and was so patient with me while I learned how to deal with a gaggle of rowdy boys – and just how much you all ate! I have such fond memories of those years on Fremont St. Yolie was a strong and vibrant person, way ahead of her time by running a family and a business back when not many women were doing that. Be proud of her and remember all the good times, nothing can ever replace those memories.
Thinking of you, & Love you all
Hi Phil and the Caterbone Family,
You will all be in our thoughts and prayers during this time. We are sorry we will not be able to attend the services but you will all be in our hearts. May the comfort of the Lord surround you and your family.
Lisa and frank Sahd
So sorry to learn of your loss. I remember your mom well from our days at F&M and no matter where I ran into her afterwards, she always had a smile for me. It is never easy to say good bye to those we love, but please take comfort in the prayers and condolences from your friends and family — we all share the same journey.
Stan and Brothers:
I was sorry to learn of the loss of your mom. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord bring you comfort and healing of this sadness as time passes.
With Sympathy and my prayers for you,