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Croce Marchitelli Weil
March 9, 1929-January 6, 2020
Croce Weil obit pic
Croce passed away in San Francisco on January 6, 2020, at age 90.  She was born to Cristina (Alfieri) and Frank Marchitelli at the first hospital in Manteca, CA.
   A graduate of MUHS, class of 1946, and Highland Hospital School of Nursing in Oakland thereafter.  She practiced at Highland, then Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco.  She later earned a Master's degree in public health, then started the Home Care Program at Kaiser.  There she demonstrated her passion for the care of the elderly in their own environments.  She was a person of immense grace  and deep compassion.  At Kaiser she meet her beloved husband, Dr. Eli Weil, with whom she shared nearly 50 years of great love and devotion, fantastic travels to Europe, Isreal and the Orient.  She loved all things Italian, especially visits to a plethora of Italian relatives in Sicily and Bari where she was adored.  In her retirement, she was an extremely gifted artist.
   Croce leaves her husband, Eli, her sister, Antonette Poulos, of Manteca, her nieces, Elisa Poulos (Michael Fox) of San Francisco, Alexia Stormo (Owen) of Santa Barbara, her grand nephews, Noah Poulos Fox of Boston, Jackson Theodore Poulos of Malibu, grand niece Marina Pouls Fox of Los Angeles, her niece, Christine Leach (Jim) of Lodi, CA and grand-nephew Ross Andrew Whitton (Kate) of Clovis, CA. Christine is the daughter of Croce's late sister, Mary
   Once Croce was your friend it was for life.   May her memory be eternal.

Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin

Tuesday, January 14, 2020