Carla Agonito

Obituary of Carla Jeanne Agonito

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WATERLOO- Carla Jeanne (Caple) Agonito, 74, passed away on Fri. (July 28, 2023). In honoring her wishes, arrangements will be private. Carla was born in Hornell, NY on Oct. 7, 1948 and was a daughter of Betty (Combs) Caple and the late Thomas Caple. She was a graduate of Canisteo Central School and Corning Community College and worked at several health care facilities, including, St. James Hospital and Clifton Springs Hospital. Carla joined Finger Lakes DDSO as a Therapeutic Riding Instructor and held national and international certification. She and her husband, Chuck and their children were all equestrian coaches for the New York Special Olympics. Carla was a responsible and respected horse owner and served as a 4-H leader in Seneca County. She was a classical pianist who enjoyed all music and was a church accompanist. Carla was a member of the Owasco Chapter, Daughter of the American Revolution and Daughter of the Union Veterans of the Civil War. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Charles; daughter, Vivien; mother, Betty Caple; sisters, Elizabeth (Michael) Swisko, Marsha Bird and Marie Bassett. Carla was predeceased by her father, Thomas Caple and their son, Thomas Agonito.
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