Editor’s Note: The Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) issued the following concerning the passing of long-time President Mike Molino’s mother on Monday (Jan. 23).
Jennie Molino (nee Tepedino), wife of the late Angelo T. Molino, passed away peacefully at the Willow Oaks Assisted Living facility in the presence of family on Jan. 23. Born on May 10, 1913 in Brooklyn, New York, she grew up with 12 siblings; all but one, her brother Louis, have pre-deceased her. She married Angelo “Tom” Molino on Sept. 18, 1938 and they were together for 49 years until his death on Jan. 9, 1988.
The Molino’s moved from Brooklyn to Bayonne, N.J., and then to Springfield, Va., in 1984. Jennie was active in the Vincent F. Atene Post #3230 VFW Ladies Auxiliary and the “Forty Niners’ Group” at St. Bernadette Parish. She is survived by her three sons, Mike (Barb), Tom (Mary, known as Cissie to family), and John (Eileen); seven grandchildren (Mike, Andy, Tim, Bill, Chris, Sara and Matt); and six great grandchildren (Bella, Isabella, Alana, Spencer, Emaline and Cooper).
A viewing for family and friends will be held at the Everly Funeral Home on Main Street in Fairfax (date TBA), and a Requiem Mass is planned for St. Bernadette’s RC Church in Springfield, Va. (date TBA).
She will be buried with her late husband in Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation to Wounded Warrior Project to honor the more than 100 years of active military service she supported as wife, mother, and grandmother. (Wounded Warrior Project, 4899 Belfort Rd, Suite 300, Jacksonville, Fla., 32256, or the Birmingham Green Foundation (8605 Centreville Rd., Manassas, Va., 20110).