March 27, 2011

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Kathryn Filiberti laid to rest

Family members follow Kathryn Filiberti's casket as she
is brought to Regini Coeli Church for funeral services

HYDE PARK – One week after 18-year-old Kathryn Filiberti was found brutally murdered in Hyde Park last Saturday, she was eulogized and laid to rest this Saturday.

Ms. Filiberti was described as a loving daughter, sister and granddaughter during a funeral service at Regina Coeli Church in Hyde Park that was attended by a large number of family and friends.

The young woman, a graduate of Roosevelt High School, was in her first year at Dutchess Community College.

Her body was discovered by passersby along Greentree Drive.

Kathryn Filiberti
Police remain tight lipped about their investigation. Hyde Park Town Police, State Police, Dutchess Sheriff’s deputies and a number of other law enforcement agencies spent the entire week combing the area for clues and interviewing friends and acquaintances who may know something about how she murdered.

Ms. Filiberti is survived by her parents, John and Linda Filiberti, her sister Nikki Filiberti, and her grandparents John and Kathryn Dixon.

She was laid to rest at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Poughkeepsie following the funeral service.

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