Bellotto, Veronica "Ronnie" E.

December 26, 1924 - December 14, 2017

Veronica Emily Haborak was born on December 26th, 1924 and passed to the next life on December 14th, 2017.

She was the youngest of six children raised in Bridgeport, CT by her parents Joseph and Veronica Haborak.

“Ronnie” to her family & friends and “Baba” to her grandchildren graduated from Harding High School. She worked as an Egg Candler, packaged ice cream for Sealtest and worked in Sikorsky Aircraft during World War II.

She married Paul Bellotto in August 1946. They had a son, Paul Thomas in June of 1948 and a son, Dennis in May of 1953.

In 1959 they moved to Monroe, CT.

Ronnie worked briefly in the high school cafeteria and then took a position as the police radio dispatcher for the Town of Monroe, retiring in 1986 after 27 years of service.

She remained in Monroe until January of 2012 when she moved to Dallas, TX and lived with her son Dennis.

She is survived by Dennis, her daughter-in-law, Harriet Bellotto; grandchildren, Tanya and Michael Bellotto; and great-grandchildren, Kahla Bellotto, Tillman Bellotto, Brady and Ella McDonnell.

She will be remembered for being adventurous, generous and independent.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252


4 replies on “Bellotto, Veronica "Ronnie" E.”

Susan Nally says:

My thoughts are with you Dennis and all your family. I recall several holiday dinners with my parents, Ronnie and you. There was lots of laughter and lovely remembrances of times past. Love, SueP

Mercy Fernandez says:

Dennis, I never met Ronnie but listening to you talk about her was enough to love her. I’m holding your hand in deep sympathy hoping the memories of her, will help you during this time of sorrow. Love you my dear friend, Mercy

Jon M Davis says:

Dear Dennis,loosing one’s mom is never easy.Knowing she’s topside cheering us on can help,though. A lovely lady.Katy and I enjoyed being with her. I noted the reference to Harding High in her write-up. I’m also a Harding alum, albeit located in OKC. Blessings, always, to you and yours.

Brady McDonnell says:

Baba was a great person and I am proud to be one of her Grand Children. We all miss her greatly and I remember when I was 10 she told me to take care of my mom and to Behave I will never forget that moment as it made me the person i am today. I miss her so much and will never forget the day we went to Lake Austin and we all let balloons go in the air and I will never forget that moment as we all got together as a family and spent a great weekend together as we all celebrated the life of Baba.-Brady

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