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Judith E. Dwaileebe
Olean High School Class of 1959

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Judith E. Dwaileebe
1941 - 2006

Olean High School
Class of '59
Judith E. Caradori
1941 - 2006

Judith E. Caradori raised champion breeds of German shepherd ELMA-Judith E. Dwaileebe Caradori, 65, of Elma, and a native of Olean, died Monday (Nov. 27, 2006) at Hospice of Buffalo Inc. following a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Caradori was born Feb. 1, 1941, in Olean. On March 9, 1968, in Depew, she married James Caradori, who survives.

Mrs. Caradori was president of Sicar Construction Co. which was founded by her husband. She owned and -operated Jamison Acres Boarding and Training Kennel for over 16 years and was president of the Western New York German Shepherd Club. She was a long-standing member of the American Kennel Club and raised several champion breeds of German shepherd with bloodlines throughout the world. She also enjoyed games of chance.

Mrs. Caradori was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Springbrook.

Surviving in addition to her husband are two daughters, Lisa Marino andJoAnne Di Christopher; three sons, Steve, James Jr. and Glen Caradori; three sisters, MaryAnn Johnson, Barbara Reilly and Libby Gustin; and six grandchildren.

Funeral services will begin Friday ((Dec. 1, 2006) at 9:15 a.m. with prayers at the Urban-Amigon Funeral Home, 7540 Clinton St., Elma. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at St. Vmcent DePaul Church at 10 a.m.

CARADORI-Judith E. (nee Dwaileebe) November 27, 2006, beloved wife of James C. Caradori, Sr.; dearest mother of Lisa Marino, Steve Caradori, James (Tracy) Caradori, Jr., JoAnne (Lou) DiChristopher and Glen Caradori; grandmother of Chelsea, John, Myles, Amanda, Julie and Grace; sister of MaryAnn (Phillip) Johnson, Barbara Reilly, Allen (Joanne) Dwaileebe and Libby (Ronald) Gustin.

The family will be present on Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the Urban-AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, 7540 Clinton St., Elma where Funeral Services will be held on Friday at 9:15 AM and from St. Vincent dePaul Church at 10:00 AM.

Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made in Mrs. Caradori's memory to Hospice.

The Caradori family would also like to thank the wonderful doctors and nurses at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital and Hospice who nourished her wounds both physically and mentally during her long illness. It's been a long and tough battle and at last we all can agree...she finally won. You will be missed.