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Memorial Gathering

Cremation Society of New Hampshire- Manchester
Friday October 22nd, 2021
4:00pm - 6:00pm

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Rita M. Canole

Rita M. Canole, 63, passed away October 9, 2021 at Concord Hospital surrounded by her close family. She was born January 10, 1958, in Avellino, Italy, the daughter of Vincenzo and Adelina (Taddeo) Vacatello.

Rita graduated from college. Following college, she became the store manager for Bradlees until its doors closed in 2001. Rita went on to become Office Manager at FedEx in Belmont for nearly 20 years. Rita married her husband Mark L. Canole Sr. of 33 years, and they settled in Gilmanton. Rita had quite the green thumb, and all who came to see her gardens were left in awe. Rita was a proud wife and mother of the United States Marine Corps.
Rita was predeceased by her parents, Vincenzo and Lena Vacatello. Surviving in addition to her husband, Mark Canole Sr, are her sons, Mark Canole Jr. of Salem, MA, USMC Cpl Matthew R. Canole and his wife USMC Cpl Lindsy of Nashua, NH; stepdaughter, Erin (Canole) Silva and her husband Rui of Salem, MA; her grandchildren Vincent Martin, Nathan Francisco and Sofia Haddie; one sister, Ana Cardoso and her husband Edmond of Stoneham, MA; along with many nieces and nephews and great- nieces and nephews.
A service of remembrance will be held 4-6pm Friday, October 22, 2021, at The Cremation Society of New Hampshire, 243 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH. To view an online memorial, leave a message of condolence, or for more information please go to www.csnh.com.


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Judy Mallon lit a candle for Rita M. Canole

Judy Mallon Oct 23 2021 12:45 AM

Such a wonderful person, we worked together and I would always say she was the backbone of a male dominated workplace, if we were better people we'd have given her a piece of each of our paychecks because she was the key to our ability to function. We spoke often about our kids, she was as high of quality a person as you'll ever meet. She'll be greatly missed.

Dean Banaian Oct 22 2021 1:32 PM

Annita de Bianchi lit a candle for Rita M. Canole

Annita de Bianchi Oct 22 2021 10:20 AM