Rita R. PomadaMay 07,2013Rita R. Pomada
Rita R. Pomada, 98, died May 5, 2013, at the Mountain View Center.
She was born Sept. 5, 1915, in New York City, to Jacob and Barbara Ross.
She married Maxim Pomada on October 1, 1938. He died August 15, 1951.
She was a graduate of Cornell University, Class of 1936, as was her husband Maxim. She worked for Orange County, N.Y., Department of Social Services.
She is survived by four children: Elizabeth Pomada of San Francisco, Calif.; Carolyn Sheeley of Rutland, Susan Sheeley of Poultney, and Charles Pomada of Ithaca, N.Y.; six grandchildren, Cynthia Meardy, Alan Sheeley, Julie Cogswell, and Emma, Maxim, and Elizabeth Pomada.
There will be a private service at the convenience of the family.
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