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Dolores Capano-Barry Jun 20, 1933 - Jan 02, 2018

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Dolores L. Capano-Barry, age 84, died peacefully on January 2, 2018. Dolores was born in Philadelphia and was a current resident of Garnet Valley, PA.

Dolores was the daughter of the late Mario and Angelina DiPlacido and mother of the late John Capano.

SURVIVORS: her loving husband: Edward Barry; her children: Steven Capano, Michele Babrowicz (Joseph), and Kim Sakowski (David); and her grandchildren: John, Steven, Bergan, David, Joseph, Dawson, and Dakota.

FUNERAL MASS: Saturday at 10:30 am at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 430 Valleybrook Road, Glen Mills. BURIAL: St. Thomas the Apostle Cemetery, Glen Mills.

Service Location

St. Thomas The Apostle Church

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Begins: Jan 06, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am

430 Valleybrook Road

Glen Mills, PA 19342

Cemetery Location

St. Thomas The Apostle Cemetery

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Jan 06, 2018 11:30am - 11:45am

430 Valleybrook Road

Glen Mills, PA 19342

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Lorraine Davis says:

Submitted on: Jan 11, 2018

My Dear Dearest Sister friend, has made her journey to life end. There's no more Pain, no more suffering. I know Dolores is surrounded by all the Angels and Saints,so I won't look to the mountains or to the Ocean, but when I look to the sky I know she'll be there by Our Lord's side. ED, Kim, Michele, Steve, David Sr., Joseph Sr., and the Grandchildren, My deepest heartfelt Sympathy. We have a Guardian Angel watching over us. My Sister Friend will always be in my "Heart" Forever". Love, Peace, Blessings.


Cathy JonesShortlidge says:

Submitted on: Jan 07, 2018

Dear Ed, Kim, David, Dakota, Dawson & Steven, Michele & all family members, someone from Bethel just said they heard of Dee's passing at church. I am so sorry that I haven't talked to her in a bit, when we would get on the phone it was like we could always pick up were we left off. It was just Thursday that I was talking to one of my kids about her. they remember her being at our wedding a couple of years ago. I love Dee, she was full of life, knew people really well, very energetic, beautiful inside & out, & spunky to say the least. All who knew her loved her. All the kids at Bethel loved her. I had the pleasure of working with her & calling her my friend. I truly apologize for not knowing that she was ill & for not contacting Kim sooner than this. I hope you know that I would of been there to be in her presence one last time. I am so sorry for your lost. This is such a shock .My heart hurts so much for each of you. I know you all were her reason for being. She loved each of you so much. I still cannot believe this has happened. God must know how much we all miss her. Love you much Dee, Your forever friend, Cathy


Cathy JonesShortlidge says:

Submitted on: Jan 07, 2018

I would like to express my sadness.


Gloria and John Campanelli says:

Submitted on: Jan 05, 2018

Dear family of Dee What a beautiful and lovely person Dee was both inside and out. She and I had many walks and talks in the years we've been living in Belmont, Garnet Valley. In fact we moved in on the same day and became friends immediately. John and I are so saddened and shocked by her passing. We want to extend our deepest sympathy to all of her family. We sadly regret that we are unable to attend the mass in her honor due to a funeral service of a family member at the same time. Our prayers are with you at this time. Sincerely, Gloria Campanelli


Judith Gordon Smith says:

Submitted on: Jan 04, 2018

I will miss so much my kind , beautiful and vibrant neighbor Dee.My condolences to her loved ones.



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