Angelina Mary Boyd

Angelina Mary Boyd, aged 89, died on March 24, 2018 at her home at Spring Creek Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in Harrisburg, PA. She suffered from a lengthy battle with COPD and Congestive Heart Disease.

She is survived by three daughters- Linda Morrison Sullivan (husband Daniel J. Sullivan) of Carlisle, Roseann Milone of NJ, and Theresa Belowsky (companion Steve Quint) of FL, a son Kenneth Boyd of Harrisburg, a brother Ralph Bushey (wife Dorothy Bushey) in NJ, a sister Mary Razzano (husband Tony Razzano) in FL, a brother-in-law, Marlin Boyd in FL, 14 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces & great-nephews.  

She is pre-deceased by her husband George Wilson Boyd and four sons-Thomas and Joseph Boyd, Frank and Arthur Milone, two sisters-Rose Dobler and Rachel Bushey, and four brothers -Joseph, Frank, John, and Louis .

She was born on February 16, 1929 in Hackensack, NJ the daughter of Italian immigrant Antonio Buscema and Teresa (Sulare) Buscema.

Angie, as she was known, was very proud of her Italian heritage and had a deep love for her family.  She especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was fun loving and liked to make people laugh.

She also loved Art, music, cooking Italian food and baking. She was a seamstress and enjoyed crocheting blankets.  

Angie served as President of the Women’s Relief Corps, Auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic in Gettysburg from 1979 to 1980.

In January of 1980 she was an ‘Extra’ in the controversial film titled ‘Playing for Time’ starring Vanessa Redgrave. She along with her husband, daughter Linda, and three friends portrayed prisoners in the Auschwitz Death Camp in Germany.

In 1990 she received an accommodation from the Mayor for her community work at the local Police Sub-station in Harrisburg. She had a special relationship with the police officers and often brought food to them. Many pans of Rigatoni and trays of cookies were consumed.

In her most recent years at the nursing home, she was very active and had many friends. She was a member of the Red Hat Society, Member of the Dauphin County Aging Committee for Nursing Home ‘Peer‘ Groups and served on the Resident Council. She enjoyed coffee socials and parties, playing Bingo and participating in arts and crafts. Her favorite thing of all was when ‘Elvis ‘regularly played for the residents.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, April 2, 2018 at St. Catherine’s Laboure at 4000 Derry Street in Harrisburg. The viewing will be from 10:00- 11:00 a.m. and Mass will be held immediately afterwards, followed by procession to the Rolling Green Cemetery, Camp Hill, PA, then return to the church for a luncheon.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Sullivan family.





I did not know your Mom but through the pictures you have shared. Memories are all we have so I hope they help guide you through this difficult time. Take care, Love Nancy


Thank you for helping me through this.


Linda and Ken - my thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss. Your mother was a wonderful lady. She welcomed me (and many others through the discipleship center) to Harrisburg as a young man. She cared for me, looked out for me, cooked great food, always had ice tea in the fridge when I stopped, she made me laugh. She was a blessing to so many people. She will be greatly missed. I thank God for her life. May God's grace be sufficient to you in this time of loss. Peace and love, Jason Rissler


Jason, my mother loved you and the many wonderful friends she and Ken met at the Center. You were all so nice and helpful to them and I can't thank you enough.


I miss my Angelina very much, she will always have a special place in my heart as we share many great memories. Linda, you and your family are still a part of my daily prayers. God Bless!
Love Tish aka Girlfiend

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