Emilie MayBelle (Hebert) Carnevale
|Posted 2020-03-18 by mhenderson|
|Published in Today's News Herald from Mar. 13 to Mar. 14, 2020 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
Emilie Carnevale, 91, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Feb. 29,
2020 after a long, loving and fruitful life.
Emilie MayBelle Hebert was born in Smithdale, Mississippi Oct. 27,
1928 to John and Clara Hebert. She was the second youngest of 10
Emilie married Nicolino Carnevale on Aug. 1, 1947 and together owned
and operated bakeries in New Orleans, San Diego, Las Vegas and Palm
Springs, California. One of their most iconic establishments was
Nicolino and Son's Italian Bakery and Deli in Palm Springs, opening in
1971. Currently, two Nicolino's Italian Restaurants still operate in
Palm Springs and Cathedral City, fulfilling Nicolino and Emilie's
Legacy. In 1988, they moved to Havasu and owned and operated
Nicolino's Italian Restaurant on Smoketree. They retired in 2002 and
Nicolino passed away Sept. 6, 2010.
Emilie was a past president of Soroptimists International, a member of
New Yorkers Club, worshipped at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church
and frequented the Mohave County Senior Center.
Emilie is survived by her sons, Michael (Kimberly...Havasu) and Mark
(Rhonda...Cathedral City, California), brother Leo Hebert 85
(Farragut,Tennessee), brother-in-law, Mike Carnevale 96 (San Diego), 4
grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews
throughout the country. She is preceded in death by her husband,
parents, sister and seven brothers.
Emilie was always smiling, upbeat and ready to "get it done". She
enjoyed boating, RVing, cooking and family. She especially loved
taking care of her "Puppies" when she operated her pet sitting
business "Cody Care", named after her beloved Maltese, Cody Bear.
Her sons will be hosting a party to celebrate her blessed life at the
Elks Club, Havasu, on Saturday April 18 from noon to 3 p.m. Another
party is planned for the San Diego Yacht Club, Saturday May 16 from
noon to 3:00.
Special thanks to family friend Diane Carlson, Prestige Assisted
Living and River Valley Hospice.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to Emilie's family at
www.mohavememorial.com. Arrangements were placed in the care of Mohave
Memorial Lake Havasu Mortuary and Crematory.
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