Obituary of Jeanette Siatkowski
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Jeanette Princiotta Siatkowski 57, of East Jewett, New York, peacefully passed away on October 10th, 2021, surrounded by the love of her family.
Visitation will be held Friday, October 15, from 2-4 pm and at 6-8pm followed by a funeral service at 8pm. Decker Funeral Home in Windham, New York will be handling the funeral arrangements.
Jeanette was born in the Bronx to Charles and Anita Princiotta on March 23, 1964. She graduated from St. John’s Prep and graduated in 1982. She worked at Tower Records (due to her love of music) and New York City Police Department (NYPD) as a Police Administrative Aide.
She worked as a Corrections Officer for New York State for 23 years.
Jeanette is survived by her loving husband Michael Siatkowski. Her sweet mother Anita Julia Princiotta. Sister-in-law Kathy Siatkowski Seltzer and her husband Randy. Sisters Mary Ann Princiotta Sciarini, Anita Marie Princiotta Scheraldi and husband Mike. Nieces Kasha and Kylie Seltzer, Christina Patricia Serrano and fiancé Will Owens, Gina Scheraldi Celluci and Husband Claudio. Nephews Joseph Anthony Serrano, Michael Charles Scheraldi. Her Godsons Conner Hull and Ryan Barbee. Her Aunts and Cousins. She is preceded in death by her father Charlie Edward Princiotta and in laws Ed and Marilyn Siatkowski.
Jeanette has left beloved pit bull her Luna and polish hen Goldie.
Jeanette has left a legacy for her love of animals. Her quick smile and shoulder to lean on will never be forgotten.
Jeanette was deeply devoted to her family and friends. She will always be remembered for her ability to support the people she loved and she will forever leave a hole in our hearts.
Memorial donations may be made to Columbia Greene Humane Society or Judy Pet Rescue in FL. or any other animal shelter that is local to you,
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