Saturday January 9. 2021
Predeceased by parents Dominic and Josephine Scocca, beloved husband Louis.
Survived by daughter LuAnne Malouf; son Scott (Jennifer) Malouf; granddaughter Cerys Malouf; sister Amelia (Charles) Maggio (Molly Maiuri); sister-in-law Charlotte, wife of Nahiem Malouf (predeceased); sister-in-law Matilda (Pete) Hecox (both predeceased); loving cousins Donald, Phyllis, Linda, Mary, and their spouses; devoted nieces and nephews Michael (Mimi) Maiuri, Donna Sime, Gina (Bob) Pollot, James (Kathleen) Hecox, Alison (Randy) Jarmula, Lauren (Daniel) Johnson, Anne (Brian) Merry, and Mary (Rocco) Fanelli (Mary predeceased); many great nieces and nephews; and very good friends Phyllis Ellia and Helaine McMenomy.
Dolores graduated from Nazareth Academy and Brockport College. She taught for several years at Craig Hill Elementary and was an auxiliary member and volunteer at Unity Hospital. She was a lifelong member of Beta Sigma Phi and a parishioner at St. Jude's for over fifty (50) years.
Friends may call 4-7 pm Thursday January 14, 2021 at New Comer Cremations and Funerals, 2636 Ridgeway Ave. (west of Long Pond Rd.)
A mass of Christian burial will take place SATURDAY morning 10 am January 16, 2021 at St. Jude Church, The Parish of the Holy Family,4100 Lyell Road Rochester, NY 14606. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery All Saints Mausoleum.
In lieu of flowers, friends may make contributions; Masses, House of Mercy, or St. Peter's Kitchen in memory of "Dee".
For those not being able to attend mass Saturday, you may watch the live stream online from St. Jude Church.
Per NYS Guidelines, those attending must wear masks, social distance. Funeral home has a maximum of 25 mourners inside and outside our chapel.