STAMFORD, Conn. — Longtime Stamford resident Caroline Iovanna died Monday, May 9. She was 96.
A Stamford resident of 64 years, Iovanna was a New York native, who graduated from James Monroe High School with a perfect score on the math regents exam.
Iovanna worked at First National City Bank, now Citi Bank, before building a dental practice in Stamford with her husband for 50 years.
Iovanna is survived by her three children, Frances Iovanna O’Hagan and her husband Dr. Richard O’Hagan, Carol Iovanna and Nicholas Iovanna; grandchildren Christopher O’Hagan,Tara O’Hagan, Caroline O’Hagan Lazear and her husband Brad; and her brother, Anthony DeSalva.
She is predeceased by her husband Dr. Nicholas Iovanna; her parents Francis and Nicola DeSalva; a brother, Dr. Salvatore DeSalva; and a baby sister, Agnes.
Those wishing to pay their respects may call from 4-8 p.m. Friday at the Lacerenza Funeral Home on Schuyler Avenue in Stamford.
The funeral will be Saturday at St Cecilia’s Church on Newfield Avenue with a Mass scheduled for 10:30 a.m.
Interment will be at Queen of Peace Cemetery in Stamford.
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