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Letitia Jean Dame

Letitia Dame

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Letitia Jean Dame, 93, passed from life into eternity on July 20, 2020. The loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother was born in West Fairview, PA, July 15, 1927.

On July 6, 1946 she married Joseph T. Dame, Sr and traveled the world with her Navy husband, until settling in California to enjoy the rest of their fifty-seven-year marriage.

Once her husband passed, the family moved back to Pennsylvania where Tish ballroom danced weekly with her companion and friend, Pete Camasi, until unforeseen circumstance took her off the dance floor. Throughout her years, she enjoyed life to the fullest every second she had. From tax preparation to dancing to making outfits for an episode of Hawaii 5-0, Tish was a five-foot-two, eyes-of-blue dynamo, full of verve, love, and passion.

She is survived by her four children and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Son, Joseph T. Dame, Jr and his spouse Veronique Dame (in France); daughter, Janie Dame (in Hawaii); daughter, Judy Lynn and her spouse Robert Labs (in Pennsylvania); daughter, Jill and her spouse Robert Bland (in California) will all miss her and her sparkle. The grandchildren and great-grandchildren feel the same loss. Yet everyone also knows she is in a better place, dancing her cha-chas and laughing in the loving arms of her beloved husband.

A private graveside service is scheduled at Stone Church in Enola.

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

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  1. Dear Letitia, we always will keep in mind the few hours we spent together with you, Judy and Jill when you came to France a few years ago
    We were at Sebinlou in Dordogne
    It was a great time and you were really happy to discover France, the landscapes, the food, the inhabitants.
    You were so proud to signify you have the same firstname as Napoleon Bonaparte’s mother 🙂
    Chloé, Mathias and Anna remembered you were the sparkling grandma they met when they visited you in the US and especially your super panther swimsuit 😉
    You have embraced life to the fullest for sure
    We will pray for you and your family
    Rest in Peace

  2. We are all very sorry for the loss of our Mom,she was always there for us through all the stages of our lives. Both of our parents always showed us love and did their best to guide us in the right direction to become better people and always there to lend a helping hand to us and our families.They both had a quick wit which they passed onto their children although at times ours might be a little risque!! We know they are still watching over us from above when they have a few moments not doing the Tango or Two Step together!

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