Camille Scirto, 62, former owner and operator of Lockport Electrolysis, died in her Regent Street home Tuesday (Oct. 15, 1996) after a long illness.
The former Camille Ruggeri was born in Lockport and was a 1952 graduate of St. Joseph's Academy. She graduated from Roberts School of Beauty in Buffalo and Kree Institute of Electrolysis in New York City.
Mrs. Scirto had worked for many years at Joanne's House of Beauty and then assisted her husband with the family jewelry store on Main Street.
In 1976, she founded Lockport Electrolysis and operated the business until she retired in 1987.
She enjoyed cooking, sewing and playing golf.
Mrs. Scirto was a parishioner of St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
Surviving are her husband, William T. Scirto; a son, Thomas W.; her mother, Bertha Ruggeri Smagola; a brother, Anthony Ruggeri of Boca Raton, Fla.; a sister, Rose Ruggeri; and two grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Church, 391 Market St. Prayers preceding the Mass will be said beginning at 9:30 in the Prudden & Kandt Funeral Home, 242 Genesee St. Entombment will be in Glenwood Cemetery Mausoleum.