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Celeste Mantone D'Amico

6/12/24


Celeste Mantone D’Amico passed away peacefully on June 12, 2024 due to complications of Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.


    Celeste graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelors in Spanish Teaching and Masters in Library Science. As well as being a stay-at-home mom when her children were young. She had a long career as a Library/Media Specialist in the Baldwinsville, Skaneateles and Moravia Central School Districts.


    Celeste is survived by her beloved husband of 45 years, Tom D’Amico, 3 children and their spouses, Adam (Leslie) Laura (Greg) David (Kelsey) 7 grandchildren, sister Valerie Streuss and a very special friend since childhood Ronnie Horowitz.


    There will be no calling hours or services. If desired donations may be made to Skaneateles Library Association children’s room.


To view previously archived obituary and guestbook for Celeste, please click here.

7 comments

7 Comments


Guest
7 days ago

Tom, Adam, David, Laura,

Don and I are so sad to hear about Celeste. We just read it today. She was a lovely woman. Treasure those beautiful memories. We will keep you in our thoughts and in our hearts.

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Guest
Jul 06

Tom,


Marilynn and I were so saddened to hear about Celeste. We had just heard about your and your family's loss today, as we were out of town. We will keep you and your love ones in our prayers.

Jim and Marilynn Vannelli.


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Guest
Jun 27

Tom,Adam,Laura, Dave & Family- So saddened to hear of Celeste’s passing.She’ll be missed by WW and all who knew her. Tom,you did so much to insure her days were lived in full & comfort of family. She loved sitting lakeside and looking out across the water. When we go flying and look up we’ll know she’s far above the clouds. Heaven just gained a beautiful angel.

Jerry & Terry Brown

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Guest
Jun 27

Tom, Adam, David and Laura - Celeste was the absolute sweetest, most lovely, kind, fun loving ladies that I have ever know. I cannot imagine my mom (Ronnie) being the same person without her. They were soul sisters by choice. We are heartbroken and devastated, but her wonderful memory and smile will live on with all of you and the grandchildren. I have so many wonderful memories of Celeste’s visits to Chicago over the decades and stories of my mom visiting her by the lake and being with all of you. Please know that we are always here for you, and you and Celeste are deep in our hearts.


With love,


Brooke Horowitz Handwerker and family

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Guest
Jun 27

Tom, Adam, David and Laura, I am so so sorry about Celeste. She was such a special person . I will miss our philosophical discussions . She never wanted to focus on her disabilities but instead , was always so cheerful. A very special person she was.

Tina Castle

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