Greta S. RomaniaSeptember 19,2013Greta S. Romania
LANDING, N.J. — On September 17, 2013, Greta Streeter Romania left this earth.
She was born June 28, 1931, at Bennington Hospital in Vermont.
She was raised in Dorset, Vermont.
Greta and her husband, Jerry owned a successful restaurant and hotel, The Pine Cliff Lodge, in Lake Bomoseen, Vt., for many years.
She retired 19 years ago to New Jersey to be closer to her children and grandchildren.
She is survived by her six children: Carrie Crepeault of Landing, N.J., Jerome Romania Jr. of Branchville, N.J., George Romania, Esq., of Cheshire, Conn., Tony Romania of West Hartford, Conn., Tia Marie Delisle of Wayne, N.J., and Carmella Romania of Wayne. N.J. She is also survived by her beloved 11 grandchildren.
A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Church in Fair Haven, Vt.
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