Life Story: Angelina Inzano, 100; Owned Corner Tavern In New Brunswick With Husband

Mrs. Angelina Inzano passed away May 6 at her home in Somerset at the age of 100.

She was born in Bethlehem, PA to Vincenzo and Catherine Troyano. She lived in New York City for a short period of time and graduated from Hoffman High School in South Amboy prior to moving to New Brunswick. She has been a resident of the Somerset section of Franklin Township since 1960.

She was a devout catholic and a longtime parishioner of St. Peter the Apostle Church in New Brunswick.

Mimi, as she was called by her family and friends, was known for her outstanding cooking, especially her meatballs.

Mrs. Inzano and her husband Salvatore were the proprietors of the Corner Tavern in New Brunswick since 1966. Their children continue to run the business. She also worked as a receptionist at Marsal Coiffeures Salon just next door from the tavern. She was always certain to provide a comfortable home for her husband and children and any guests who would come to visit.

She loved to dance and was quite talented in tap and ballet. She was very acrobatic and an avid swimmer. She enjoyed spending summers at the Jersey Shore at her home in Seaside Heights.

Mrs. Inzano was pre deceased by her husband of 54 years, Salvatore Inzano in 1994. She was also pre deceased by her siblings John, Albert, Thomas, Anna, Josephine, Benjamin Troyano and Margaret DeStefano.

She is survived by her children, Marie Vitelli and her husband John of New Brunswick, Frank Inzano and his wife Rose Ann of Jackson, and Vincent Inzano and his wife Nancy of Somerset. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Danielle Russo and her husband Robert, Nicholas Inzano and his wife Lyndsey, Christopher Inzano and his wife Lindsay, Robert Inzano and his wife Kimberly, Rachel Dupree and her husband William and Jonathan Inzano and her 6 great grandchildren Kallina and Kallista Russo, Brody and Chase Inzano and William and Kylie Dupree.

Services will begin at 10 a.m. May 12 at the Gleason Funeral Home, 1360 Hamilton St., followed by a 10:30 a.m. funeral Mass at St. Matthias Church in Somerset. Entombment will follow at Franklin Memorial Park in North Brunswick.

Visiting will be held from 4-8 p.m. May 11 at the Gleason Funeral Home.

Please consider a contribution in Mrs. Inzano’s memory to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital at www.stjude.org


Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2017 The Franklin Reporter & Advocate
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Your Thoughts


Other News From The Eight Villages …

Sign Up For The Morning Report!