Carmelina E. Mancuso

Carmelina E. Mancuso

March 10, 1932 – April 9, 2024

Carmelina E. Mancuso, formerly of Columbus, Nebraska, passed away peacefully on April 9, 2024. Carmen was born on March 10, 1932, to her parents Sebastiano and Edith Quattrocchi.

Carmen was united in marriage to Gerald P. Mancuso on August 10, 1957. They spent over 30 years traveling the world together. Their union brought three sons into the world: Gerald M., Stephen J., and Michael J.

Carmen was known for her fashion zest. She was ahead of the game when it came to her bright, colorful outfits. She was always willing to think outside of the box.

Her love of entertaining showed in the details of the themed parties she hosted over the years. Her generosity was shown to her many friends and especially her children’s friends whom she considered to be part of her family.

Carmen was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and sister (Nellie Incontro). She is survived by her son, Dr. Gerald M. (Terri) Mancuso; son, Dr. Stephen J. (Beth) Mancuso; son, Michael J. (Tonie); brother, Dr. Joseph Quattrocchi; brother-in-law, Jim Incontro; 14 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; as well as nieces, nephews, and many friends.

GRAVESIDE SERVICE: Saturday, April 13th, 1 p.m., at Resurrection Mausoleum, 7800 W. Center Rd.

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  • Kathy Hadley Austin Posted April 10, 2024 6:30 pm

    I’m sure Carmen and my mom, Cathy Wibbels, are catching up now in heaven. Such a wonderful lady and a great bridge player! Cherish your memories! We will keep you in our prayers.

  • Suzanne Fowler Posted April 11, 2024 10:03 am

    I always remember Carmen & Dr. Jerry Sr. as being bundles of energy! He was always washing cars on their visits and he and Carmen were always going to their grandchildren’s sports games. I consider them the ultimate grandparents model! I loved hearing her stories about how she and Dr. Jerry Sr. married and all the novenas she and her sister used to pray when they walked together as young girls praying for their future husbands. Carmen’s memory will always bring a smile to my face and heart. She and hers will always be in my prayers.

  • Sue “Whetstone ” German Posted April 11, 2024 10:16 am

    Jerry, Steve and Mike we are so sorry for your loss. Carmen was such a sweet lady she will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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