Rochester: Went to be with the Lord at 47 years of age. Predeceased in death by her grandparents Mac and Doris Gardner, Louis Capamaggio and her cousin Keith Luce. She is survived by her grandmother, Ida Capamaggio; father, Gerard Capamaggio; mother, Sharon Scholand; sisters, Shelly Capamaggio and Danielle McDowell; her brother, Jeffery Capamaggio; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and a boat load of cousins.
No calling hours, private services.
In lieu of flowers donations made to MCH in her name. The family wishes to give a special thanks to Newark, MDC, and MCH for the wonderful care she received while in their care.
Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300, Rochester Cremation.com.
God bless you Brenda. You were a very special woman. Will always love and miss you baby girl. Give hugs and kisses to grandpa and Keith for me. Until I see again xoxoxo.
I’m so glad to have met you!! Please pass on kisses and hugs to grandpa Louie, my other set of grandparents, my daddy, Keith and whoever else I am forgetting. Will miss you angel. Be free!! xo
Hey Brenda, God Bless You. Know you are in a better place. We all love you very much and will miss you. Give Grandpa and Keith hugs and kisses. Will miss you. Love from Your Godmother and Aunt Linda
Today is a wonderful day for a prayer for you Brenda. It is the Holiest day of Holy Week. I am very sorry I never met you, but was told about you with love from your Dad. So today I will say a prayer for you, your Dad, your brother and your sisters. I am sure your Grampa will greet you first with a hug. From there will be a long line with cousins, aunts and uncles and you will love Gramma Phoebe. May your soul be freed dear girl. Now I should get busy we have a large family from hear to Heaven. If you meet a pretty lady named Colina – she is your Aunt-and I am her son. Ed
I am sorry your dear loved one fell asleep in death. My condolences to all of you. Please, take comfort in knowing that Our Creator will soon, remove all causes of suffering, pain, sorrow, and even death forever! (Isaiah 25:8; 26:19) May you be comforted by these promises as you gain the strength and inner peace to cope with the difficult days ahead. (Philippians 4:6,7)
Dear Sharon, I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter. Please give my condolences to the rest of your family. I hope there is harmony in the rest of your life. With heartfelt sympathy. Darlene