Louise Iannuzzo

Louise Iannuzzo

March 17, 1925 August 14, 2020

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Obituary for Louise Helen Iannuzzo

Louise H. (Henninger) Iannuzzo, 95, passed away on Friday August 14, 2020 in her residence at Elmcroft, Exeter. She was the widow of the late John J. Iannuzzo, with whom she had shared 39 years of marriage. Born in Mahanoy City, Louise was a child of the late Harry Henninger and Ann (Pucella) Henninger Cutillo.

Louise held many jobs that kept her entertained throughout the years, but her primary focus was her children. She loved to get all dolled up every day, and she enjoyed modeling clothing at Pomeroy's Department store. She loved shopping, dancing, and seeing movies or plays. During her time with John, she enjoyed hunting. In her later years, she became the hunting camp mother to John’s hunting buddies. Louise never lost her appreciation for a good margarita.

She will be remembered by her children: Thomas H. Curtier, husband of Terri, of Catonsville, MD; Michael L. Curtier of Satellite Beach, FL; and Karen A. Messner of Reading; her grandchildren: Christine (Curtier) Cluelow, wife of Rich, of Elverson; Bridgette (Curtier) Benner, wife of Howdy, of Coatesville; Michelle (Curtier) Williams, wife of Mick, of Debary, FL; Lisa (Ott) Scheffler of Kutztown; Tisha Ott of Wellsboro; and Janelle (Ott) Keith of Orangeburg, SC. Louise is also survived by her great grandchildren: Marena, Julia, Amelia, George, Zachary, Austin, Hailey, and Tiffany; her great-great grandchildren: Taleah, Liana, Laney, Savannah, Giovanni, and Dominic; her step granddaughter Janelle, and her step great grandson Dominic.

In lieu of flowers, Louise’s family asks that contributions in her memory be offered to Tunnels to Towers, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306.

A prayer service will be held on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at 8 PM at the Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc, 739 Penn Avenue, West Reading. Friends and family are invited to call from 6 PM until the start of services at the funeral home. Louise will be entombed at Forest Hills Memorial Park, 390 W Neversink Rd, Reiffton, on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 11 AM.

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  • Visitation

    August 18, 2020 | 6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc.
    739 Penn Avenue
    West Reading, PA
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    August 18, 2020
    6:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Prayer Service

    August 18, 2020 | 8:00pm
    Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc.
    739 Penn Avenue
    West Reading, PA
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email |
    August 18, 2020
    Deacon Joseph Lombardo
  • Interment

    August 19, 2020 | 11:00am
    Forest Hills Memorial Park
    391 W. Neversink Road
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    August 19, 2020
    Mausoleum 3 Level C Crypt 3 South


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Your Son, Michael sent flowers to the family of Louise Helen Iannuzzo.
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Your Son, Michael sent flowers to the family of Louise Helen Iannuzzo.
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My family lived right next door to mike & sheila curtier on Hampden Heights Blvd. louise often stopped by to visit, she was full of life. I hope someone in the curtier family sees this and can text me.
Mike Kouvaros 610-781-0005
Comment | Posted at 04:41pm via Condolence

Janelle Iannuzzo (granddaughter)

Louie, You were a bright light in so many lives. Your laughter and smile were contagious. I am forever grateful and blessed to have you in my life. You always showed me unconditional love, even when I messed up. Our talks, the jokes, the happy times and endless memories spent with you are forever embedded in my heart and my mind. You have been with me since day 1 and someday we will meet again. Save a seat for me next to you, Pop Pop and Dad. I love you Louie and I will miss you tremendously!
Love, Janelle
Comment | Posted at 04:08pm via Condolence

Terri Curtier

Thanks for this beautiful tribute to Louise.
Posted at 08:25pm

Ken Adam

As one of Mike’s Slob friends growing up we all knew his mom. When I’d see her outside of the neighborhood she always smiled and said hello. My condolences to the family.
Comment | Posted at 04:02pm via Condolence

Terri Curtier

Thanks for sharing your memories of Louise.
Posted at 08:25pm

Christine Cluelow

I have many memories of Nanny. One that really sticks out is her love for her children. My Dad (Michael ) Uncle Tom and Aunt Karen. No matter what happened they were always her first thought.
She was a lot of fun, love to dance and always made sure I had something to eat and even when I wasn't hungry.

Nanny I will love and miss you always.

Christine Cluelow (Granddaughter)
Comment | Posted at 01:28pm via Condolence

Linda Smith

I remember when growing up on Elm St., Louise would spend a lot of time at my mom and dad's home. She was always laughing and you could tell she enjoyed life. So Louise please look up Milie and Ray Olanin on your next journey. Blessings to all. Linda (Olanin) Smith.
Comment | Posted at 07:13pm via Condolence

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