On a pretty spring morning, April 3, 2021, Nancy Rebecca Sheriff Titus DiVirgilio succumbed to her dreadful illness and passed away. She left behind a family that loved her dearly and will miss her every day. She was predeceased by her second husband, Larry DiVirgilio, Sr. in 2009 and her first husband and father of her children, Gerald Titus in 2004.

She is survived by her children: Richard Titus (Jacqui) of Hull, Massachusetts, William Titus (Crystal) of Jupiter, Florida, Cherylann Titus Parlette (Duane (deceased)) of Waynesville, North Carolina, Dodi Titus of Clyde, North Carolina. Grandchildren: Stephanie Titus, William Titus, Brittany Parlette Kinney (Aaron), Garrett Parlette, Casey Titus, Nina Titus, Shelby Titus, Hunter Titus, Devon Pasol, Caleb Pasol.

She was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1935 and lived in Weymouth, Massachusetts and surrounding areas until 1959 when she moved with husband Gerald and children to Hialeah, Florida and then Miami, Florida. She worked as a bank teller in Coral Gables, Florida and Miami, Forida for a number of years.

In 1976, she moved back to Weymouth, Massachusetts with her husband and children. Then in 1978 she moved to Lantana, Florida with her husband and children. She continued her career as a bank teller. In 1994, she moved to Holly Hill, Florida to be near her daughter and grandchildren. She remarried and settled in Palm Coast, Florida where she lived until 2018. She then moved to Waynesville to live with her daughter. She lived the remainder of her 86 years in Waynesville.

She was an amazing seamstress and made a number of beautiful items on her embroidery machine for her family. She was accomplished in knitting and crochet, an amazing cook and overall homemaker extraordinaire. She painted and wallpapered every house she lived in. She was accomplished at refinishing furniture and reupholstering too. She never met a person she didn’t want to help. Her home was always open to all stray animals of any variety. She was an avid reader and loved to play jigsaw puzzles and mahjong on the computer.

Smoky Mountain Cremations and Funeral Service of Clyde is caring for the family and the online register is available at www.smokymountaincremations.com.

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