Velia Brill – 9/12/2021

September 14th, 2021

Velia Brill, 88, of Upper Chichester passed away on September 12th at Taylor Hospital.  Velia was born in Pastena, Italy in 1933.  She immigrated to the United States in 1955.  A few years later, she met her soon to be husband, George Brill and was married in 1958.

Velia was a woman who was dedicated to her home and family.  She was a warm, loving, compassionate and caring person.  Above all, she was a woman of great faith and trusted in God.  She was a member of the St. John Fisher Women’s Club, Legion of Mary, Our Lady of Fatima Charismatic Prayer Group, and Padre Pio Prayer Group.  She enjoyed going to outdoor concerts in Marcus Hook, spending time at the shore with her family and having friends over to pray the Rosary followed by coffee and desserts.  Velia will be deeply missed by her family and friends.

She was predeceased by her husband, George Brill; parents, Bernardo and Caterina DeLellis; sisters, Rachel Persicone and Mariana Frattarelli; brother, Bernard DeLellis.  She is survived by her children, Linda Brill and Edward Brill; sister, Theresa Frattarelli; nieces and nephews.

Her funeral mass will be held on Saturday, September 18th at 10:30am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Ave,Boothwyn, PA.  Friends and family are invited to call from 9:30-10:30am in church.  Burial will follow at St. Thomas the Apostle Cemetery.

3 thoughts on “Velia Brill – 9/12/2021

  • By Cookie Magee on

    Dear Linda and Ed,
    Your mother was such an inspiration. She exuded the presence of Christ in so many ways but the big and most obvious was in and through her smile. To all who encountered her and was a recipient of her genuine smile, encountered the presence, joy, love, compassion and peace of Christ that permeated her being.
    You both have inherited her Christ like qualities and through you her lessons, faith and strength will shine.
    She was a lovely woman and I will miss seeing her with you. May the peace of the risen Christ be with you during these difficult times. May her smile
    be a source of joy, her courage be your strength and her returning home to God be your hope.

  • By Diana George on

    Dear Linda and Eddie,

    Heartfelt condolences. I prayed the Rosary with your mom and dad for years after daily mass at Fisher. It meant the world. They were both so humble and inspiring to this Catholic gal looking for God…the Real Deal. May you both experience true peace during this difficult time. As Jesus declared…”I have overcome the world….take heart!”

    Sincerely in Christ,
    Diana and John George

  • By Maria DeFeo on

    Linda, I will keep your mom, you and your family in my prayers. September 12th, the day your mom passed was my mom’s birthday.
    May God welcome your mom to her heavenly home.

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