Daniela A. Iuliano


Iuliano, Daniela A., 46, of Danbury, CT ended her courageous battle with cancer peacefully from her home on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.  Beloved & devoted daughter of Carmelina (nee Cioffi) and predeceased by her father Antonio (Tony).  Daniela was a long-time resident of the Bronx and a devoted friend to all who knew her.  Daniela was passionate about Fast Cars, music, traveling to Italy and Australia and most of all sharing a perfect meal with family & friends.  She will be sorely missed by her many, many cousins and loving Mother.

Friends may call at Clark Associates Funeral Home, 4 Woods Bridge Rd, Katonah, NY on Thursday, January 21st  from 3-7pm. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Elizabeth Seton RC Church, 520 Ridgebury Rd, Ridgefield, CT, Friday, January 22nd, 10:30am. Interment to follow at Ferncliff Cemetery, Hartsdale, NY.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Regional Hospice Children’s Wing, 30 Milestone Rd, Danbury CT 06810, online www.makingthebestofeveryday.org or St. Jude Children’s Hospital.


Funeral Mass for Daniela Iuliano

Due to Covid-19 requirements:  ALL family and friends wishing to attend the Funeral Mass MUST sign up at the link below prior to attending Mass. Seating is limited and contact tracing required.


St Elizabeth Seton is pleased to be able to offer public worship again.  The parish is taking precautions per the CDC and Governor Lamont’s recommendations regarding public gatherings, as well as our own precautions we feel are prudent under the circumstances. We look forward to welcoming you and your family back to Mass, but please understand there are risks involved in attending a public worship in a pandemic despite all of the precautions taken by the parish and the diocese.  We ask your cooperation with all of the directives that have been put in place for your safety and the safety of our clergy and your fellow worshipers.

With the current state and health guidelines in place, seating capacity in our church is limited  people including the clergy, staff, and volunteers participating in the Mass.  The following guidelines must also be adhered to: 

I ask for your cooperation and patience while we go through these precautionary and safety protocols.  As Bishop Caggiano said in his letter, “Let us remember that our common sacrifice has had one prime motive: to follow the mandate of the Lord of life to protect, defend, and keep safe every human life.”

Please be safe and stay healthy.  God bless you all.

Fr. Joseph A. Prince