Dorothy V. Neri

Dorothy Neri, a resident of Newtown Township, passed away Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at Doylestown Hospital. Born July 25, 1937 in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Thomas J. Neri (Tom the Boot) and Virginia Longo. She was preceded in death by her beloved daughter Mary and three sisters, Theresa Hollis, Josephine Broccardi and Antoinette Cunningham.

She is survived by her loving family. Her daughter Lori Iannacone (Karl Kritzer), from Springtown, PA and two sons, George Iannacone (Cathy), from Chalfont, PA and Michael Iannacone from Celebrations, FL. Her five grandchildren, Michael Iannacone (Jackie), of Wesley Chapel, FL, Christopher Iannacone and Tyler Iannacone of Absecon, NJ, Lauren Iannacone of Lancaster, PA and Luchiana Miranda of Tampa, FL.

She was a graduate of Gwynedd Mercy University.

Before retiring she worked at the Golden Plough Inn in Peddler’s Village in Lahaska, PA. For many years she had a successful jewelry and accessories business.

She was an independent, spirited and stylish woman with a great sense of humor. She enjoyed trips to Italy and France with her family. Above all else, Dorothy was a loving mother and grandmother. She loved spending time with her family and will be dearly missed.

Donations in Dorothy’s memory can be sent to Shriners Hospitals for Children:

A Celebration of Dorothy’s life will be scheduled by the family at a later date.

One Comment

Jennifer Marx

To know Dot (Mom, to me), is to love her and I have loved her from the first day I met her some twenty-plus years ago. Seeing Mom the first time, I couldn’t help but marvel at this strikingly beautiful and stylish woman! Here was a woman who was independent, owned a small business, and held a full time job—so very wise and resourceful beyond her years!! Her style and fashion flair was eclipsed only by her warm heart and fierce love of her family-her children and grandchildren. I don’t know anyone in their golden years that embraced and made the most of their life like Mom did. She made everyday count! What a lesson for me and for all of us! Mom loved me like one of her own and for that I am forever grateful.


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