Vivian M. Jadhon
Date of Passing: February 28th, 2020leave a condolence read condolences
Vivian M. Jadhon, 89, of Utica, passed away Friday, February 28, 2020, with her family by her side. She was born January 19, 1931, in Utica, the daughter of the late Raymond "Kelly" and Josephine Forlano Ameduri and was educated in Utica Schools. For many years she was employed with Slocum Dickson Medical Group and Tehan's. After her retirement she continued working part time as a sales associate for Walmart. She was a parishioner of St. Anthony & St. Agnes Church, Utica. Vivian took great pride in her family and always spoke her mind. Ma made sauce every Sunday and the whole family would come for dinner. The house was always decorated for the Holidays and she would put on a huge feast, especially on Christmas Eve. A hard worker, Vivian was always happy at work. She is survived by five children, Linda (Jack) Enoch of West Palm Beach, FL, Valerie Jadhon of Utica, David (Karen Cougan) Jadhon of Anchorage, AK, George (Dolores) Jadhon, Jr. of Utica and Raymond (Debbie) Jadhon of New Hartford; nine beloved grandchildren, Cassondra, Jason, Melissa, Danielle (Mike), Joseph, Georgianne, Samantha, Stephanie and David Jr.; and four great grandchildren, Adrianna, Rajon, James and Leo. She was predeceased by her former husband, George Jadhon, Sr.; and her beloved son, Joseph Jadhon. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at 1 pm at St. Anthony & St. Agnes Church, Utica. Calling hours will be Sunday from 3-6 pm at the Bentz Funeral Service, Inc., 13 Oxford Road, New Hartford. Private interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. The family wishes to thank the fourth-floor staff, especially Mary Johnson at the Utica Rehabilitation & Nursing Center for all their wonderful care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider St. Jude's Children's Hospital or the Stevens Swan Humane Society in her memory.
To Linda and All Your Family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss! I lived upstairs from you guys when Linda and I were in high school and you met Jack! Vivian was a pistol..Now I look at the obit and all the siblings are adults with families! Your Mom must be so proud of all of you! When I saw her picture I thought she has not changed at all..still so beautiful! Maybe we can get together in celebration of her life...I will keep you all in my thoughts during such a sad time!
Sharon Oot Carrow
Sharon L Carrow
Viv for "Vivacious" ( lively, animated, spirited).
You changed my diapers that was 70 years ago.
Johnny ( Your aunt Nancy's son)
John R. Doti
Our deepest condolences to the Ray Ray and the Jadhon family. Big Viv was a second mother to many of us growing up on James Street. Vivian, may you rest in peace.
Billy & Marnie and the rest of the West Street Williams’s
Sincerest sympathy to your family, I worked many years with Viv at Slocum Dickson on Court street, had some dinners at her home. She was a special, fun friend for many years. 🌹
I am so sorry of the passing of your mom (grandmother)...you are all in my thoughts and prayers. May you all find comfort in each other during this difficult time.
Valerie and family,so very sorry for your loss. loosing a mother is so devistating feels like a piece if your heart has been ripped out. just remember all the good times shared,hold those close to your heart. very sorry again much sympathy Denise Biamonte Faccioli
We are so very sorry for your loss. RIP Vivie, we had a lot of great laughs. Give my Mama a kiss for me! I love you, Michelle Our condolences to the family. Michael, Michelle, Michael Jr. and James
I just loved Vivian. We work togethet at Walmart. May she fly with the Angels
Dear Valerie and Family, I am so sorry to hear about your beloved mother, I loved her .She was always so happy. I never saw her without a smile on her face.My thoughts and prayers are with you all.