The family of Anna Gianquinto uploaded a photo
Monday, February 21, 2022
Cathy Cordi lit a candle
Friday, February 18, 2022
Aunt Anna banana, You will be missed so dearly. You were so wise, warm, caring, and all around a wonderful woman. You were so much more than an Aunt to me. You will remain forever a special person in my heart. You are and forever will be my little mosquito and no one knows this but us the way it’s meant. I will forever be broken hearted. You meant so much to so many people. I hope you knew just how much you were loved. You leave behind a daughter that will never be the same, a grandson, also will never be the same, as well as your siblings, nieces, and nephews. You found joy in everything and truly appreciated this life. Please look over all of us here not ready for you to leave so soon. Some part of your life when you passed and some of us for one reason or another were apart. The love for you was always there and will always be there. I love you so much Aunt Anna Love always your niece (caky)chickaneda, Caterina.
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