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 BIANCAMANO--VENICE
Born: 03/08/1953
Died: 09/03/2017
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BIANCAMANO--VENICE

Venice Biancamano, 64, died Sept. 3, 2017 at Villa Marie Claire Hospice, Saddle River, NJ. A lifelong Jersey City resident born March 8, 1953, the daughter of the late Rose Clemente Biancamano & Paul Biancamano, she was a medical records auditor for Care Point Health, Jersey City.

Devoted mother of Kim Palestis. Loving grandmother of Bianca, Gianna & William Palestis III.Dear sister of the late Michael "Sonny" D'Amico & Arthur D'Amico.

Visiting Thur. 4-8pm at Greenville Memorial Home 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City. Everyone will meet at St. Nicholas Church corner Central Ave. & Ferry St. Jersey City Heights on Fri. Sept. 8, 2017 for Mass at 10am. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington.

In lieu of flowers: donations to: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) 1275 York Ave. New York, NY 100065

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May the light of the Lord shine bright upon Venice as she makes her journey to Heaven...May God grant her enternal rest in his kingdom of paradise, You will be missed greatly...with my Love & Prayers Charlie
Charles Palestis
Gone to soon may you rest in peace. you will be missed, but you are now with a great bunch of love ones and family. Go with god in his heavenly house... with all our love Venice & Dale Biles and Angela & Michael Cirelli
venice biles
Dear Venice, we met at Pavonia,,and kept in touch, shared memories of family & life. My regret is that we,didn't get to see one another. But I will always have u in my heart. You will always be a bright light in all of our lives. Love u Diane
Diane M D'Amore
I remember Venice as always being kind and welcoming whenever we would be visiting with Kim. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and heaven has certainly gained an amazing soul. She is very missed. Rest peacefully, Venice.
Julia Lewis
I will always remember Venice with a smile on her face (unless I wasn't wearing a jacket in the winter, in which case I always got a scowl). She was the kindest, funniest and most accepting woman around. There aren't any suitable comforting words at this time. The passing of your mom who walked alongside you on so many of life's paths is an incredible loss. But know that she is so proud of you and all of your accomplishments and her legacy lives on in you and the kids. My heart aches for you and your family. Love you lots.
Suzanne Nardone
I met Venice when I worked for Pavonia. I am saddened to hear of her passing. I send my sympathy to Kim and Venice's family. God bless all of you.
Ellen Dale

Pam D'Anna
Venice and I worked at Bayonne Medical Center. When I met her, there was an instant connection, we bonded immediately. She often spoke of her daughter, Kim and how proud she was of her. I loved hearing stories about her Grandchildren whom she adored. I will always remember Venice for her kindness, sweet smile and good nature. God bless all of you during this difficult time. I pray that your fond memories will sustain you.
Barbara Paladino
Well momzee, it certainly wasn't supposed to be this way. We had lots more living to do together. You were my best friend and I have no idea how to live in a world without you in it. Your smile will always be on my mind and your love will always be in my heart. I am completely devastated that God chosen to take you now. Whatever his plan is, I'm certainly not a fan. But he must have needed you for something important, to leave us all broken hearted. I'll keep waiting for those signs that you will send to let me know you're with me. Till then, kiss gram and uncle Arty and hold the door. I love you. Your kimzee.
Kimzee
I am shocked and saddened to hear of Venice's passing on to Heaven. I knew her for many years, working at Bayonne Hospital/Medical Center/Carepoint. She is a lady and a scholar and is very missed. I will always remember her good-natured kindness. God must have needed another angel in Heaven. The Lord grant her whole family His special peace and comfort.
Donna Crotty
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