Dr Lou's Place Family - Margaret B Pica
A Tribute to Margaret B Pica - A visit with Mom - Spent a few short precious minutes with a saint.
Without Mom there would be no Dr Lou's or at the very least it would be much different. Enjoy
Margaret Beverly (Marge) Pica, 85 of Burlington Twp. NJ passed away peacefully at the Samaritan Hospice facility in Mt. Holly on February 28th, 2009.
Born in Riverside, NJ, she was the daughter of Dominick and Cecilia Fabritiis. She was a resident of Burlington Twp for 49 years, and a Bristol PA resident for 15 years prior.
Wife of the late Joseph L. Pica, she is survived by and will be greatly missed by her sons, David J Pica (deceased) formerly of Burlington City, and Louis S. (Laura Panzera) Pica of Burlington Twp., four grandchildren, Including Louis Glenn Pica (US Navy) of Burlington Twp, and Gavin Lee Pica of Port Crane NY. Marge is survived by her sisters Claire (Sis) Karitiis and Elanor (Nuffie) Constantino, both of Burlington City, her brother Louis Fabritiis of Pennsauken, and her brother in-law, John Long of Bristol, PA. Aunt Marge is also survived by many dear nieces and nephews.
Marge was predeceased by her brothers, Victor Sprangers, Edward Fabritiis, and Orlando (Earl) Fabritiis, by her sisters Ethel DiLissio and Mary Alice Fabritiis, and by her dear sisters in-law, Mary (Pica) Long, and Marie Fabritiis.
Marge was a parishioner of St Catherine of Drexel (St Paul’s) Church in Burlington. Marge served as the Secretary for the Burlington Twp. Senior Citizens. She graduated Riverside HS Class of 1942 and was a bookkeeper and executive secretary for the Pennsylvania Railroad, Kaiser Fleetwing, Able Answering Service, St.Mary’s Hall-Doane Academy and for Dr Morris Robbins in Burlington NJ. She was a founder and board member of several family businesses including Dr Lou's Place and L Solution Products, Inc.
Marge was a former committee person in Burlington Twp, was a member of the Gray Ladies at Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol, PA and the Women’s Auxiliary Corps.
She was a trusted advisor and dear friend to many as well as an avid reader and Frank Sinatra and Lawrence Welk fan. She enjoyed dancing, cooking, playing Pinochle and Bridge as well as visiting Atlantic City. She touched many souls and will not be forgotten.
A viewing service was held for Margaret at Page Funeral Home, 302 East Union Street, Burlington, NJ on Friday March 6th from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM followed by an 11 AM mass of Christian Burial at St. Catherine Drexel Church and internment at Laurel Hill Mausoleum.
A humble loving wife, and mother to many...She read the mission statement and Business Plan of the proposed Dr Lou's Place and said; "If you are going to do this, I'm In", the rest is history.
"You Didn't Find It Because It Wasn't Lost"
History Of Mom
- Born: January 16, 1924
- Graduated Riverside H.S. NJ; June, 1942
- Married: March 17,1945
- Son David Born; September 22,1953
- Son Louis Born; October 20,1961
- Died: February 28, 2009
- Interned: March 6, 2009
- Resting Peacefully; Laurel Hill Mousoleum