Rosa Cautela

#267, (12 September 1920 - 26 January 2008)


Pasquale Vitullo b. 1922, d. 1982
Her married name was Vitullo. 
Birth*12 September 1920She was born on 12 September 1920 at Cleveland, Ohio
Marriage*She married Pasquale Vitullo
Death*26 January 2008She died on 26 January 2008 at Franklin Co., OhioG, at age 87.1,2 


  1. [S128] Memorial, John Quint Funeral Home, Columbus, Ohio, "Rosa (Nona Rosa) Cautela Vitullo, age 87, went to be with her beloved husband, Pasquale, on January 26, 2008. She was surrounded by her family. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of Italian immigrants, Sebastiano and Felicia Cautela. Rosa was the eldest of nine children and is preceded in death by her sister, Elena Colatruglio; and brothers, Simone and Ottavio Cautela. She is survived by her nine children, Vince (Joann), Maria (Victor) Presutti, Vanda (Jeff) Harris, Sylvia (James) Francisco, J. Frank (Linda), Diana (Doug) Leary, Jo Ann (Mark)Mobley, Rose (Bill/JR) Goings, and Rick (Suzanne); 34 grandchildren: Daniel, Andrew & Bernadette Vitullo; Victor (Nikki), Tony (Michelle), Pat (Melissa), and David (Heather) Presutti; Rachel (Anthony) Herouvis and Krystina Harris; Lisa (Jay) Preston, and A.J. Francisco; Dr. John Frank (Denise), John Paul and Mary Elizabeth Vitullo; Rebecca Leary, Amy and Sarah Corbett; Mark Jr. and Mikey Mobley; John, Jeremy and Mariah Goings; and Joseph and Nick Vitullo; great-grand children: Sophia, Nicholas, Michael, Sergio, Arianna, Mario and Cammeo Presutti; Sofia Herouvis; and Travis & Anna Preston and Hannah Goings, brothers and sisters, Columbo (Guilia) Cautela, Gino (Italia) Cautela, Guintino Cautela, Sestina (Frank) Pecoraro, and Leotina (Antonio) D'Alessanero; brother-in-law, Pat Colatruglio; and sisters-in-law, Ida Cautela and Ornalla Cautela. She was a member of the St.Peter & Paul Guild #16 and Amici D'oro, and the former Coro Italiano. Friends may call Sunday 3-7 p.m., at the JOHN QUINT TREBONI FUNERAL HOME, 1177 W. Fifth Avenue, with a Prayer Service at 6:45 p.m. Funeral Mass 11:00 a.m., Monday at St. James the Less Catholic Church, 1652 Oakland Park Avenue. Rev. Fr. Scott Kramer, Presider. Burial, Resurrection Cemetery."
  2. [S3] "Memorial card."