Dear Anna, Nick, Gennaro and family,
I only just learned of Filomena's passing and I am very sorry. We were friends on Morgan for many years and spent many afternoons, with your late mother Maria as well, knitting, crocheting and exchanging stories and recipes. They were very special ladies and they leave a legacy of love and devotion. I will carry them in my heart forever!
With deepest sympathy,
Gina Morrone and family
My deepest condolences to the Paulozza and Della Rocca families on the loss of your dear aunt. My prayers and thoughts are with you during this sad time.
We would like to offer our condolences and prayers. Ninuccia showed selfless devotion and immense strength caring for her family. Her strength and love of family is an inspiration for us all. May she rest in peace. God Bless.
Silia Paulozza, John, Alex and Nick Florian.
I will forever carry memories of Zia with me. I remember the early days of my childhood when Zia would return from her trips to Italy, with gifts for each of her great-nephews and -nieces. The Juventus player, Filippo Inzaghi's jersey still hangs in my childhood room and if it were a few sizes larger (or I was a few sizes smaller), I would wear it proudly today. But, the greatest gift Zia provided was not sports memorabilia or trinkets from the Mediterranean. It was the incredible blessing of finishing a day of school to come home to a freshly cooked Italian meal, surrounded by loving family members. After meals, Zia would often play Scopa with Lara and I. I still play regularly even today. And it brings me joy to know that as long as I play this game, I will never forget the light she brought into my life. Goodbye Zia, I'll miss you. Love always, James.