Antoinette “Ann” FINDING (nee Lipari) age 80. Beloved wife of the late Joseph L. Dearest mother of Mary Rose Nischwitz (Robert), Teresa Smith (Brad), Joseph S. (Donielle) and Anthony (Jennifer). Loving Nana of Sean, Lauren, Michael, Samuel, Patricia, Joseph S. II, Kyle and Makenna. Dear sister of Mary Lazzaro, Carmelo Lipari, and the late Rose Sabec, Josephine Battaglia, and Sandy Guifrida.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL, MON. MAR. 6, 10:00 AM AT ST. BRIDGET OF KILDARE CHURCH. INTERMENT, HOLY CROSS CEMETERY. VISITATION, SUN. MAR. 5, 2-6 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (betw. Snow & Ridge).
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Messages of Condolence
Dear Mary Rose, Teresa, Joe and Anthony,
I was just thinking of your mom the other day and wondering how she was. She had helped me and my sisters so much a few years ago when my mom, Mrs. Lasenyik, died. I am so sorry to hear that she has passed. Your mom was a great neighbor. I remember her that way from way back when I was a kid up until more recently when we had many nice conversations as adults. And she made the best cookies! I will keep you all in my thoughts and wish you the strength to get through this time. God bless.
So sorry to hear about your loss. We loved her visits to Pennsylvania – and the mustard she would send to Tony.
I am so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She was a wonderful and incredibly kind person and such a large part of our lives on Pinegrove Avenue. Sending all my love and prayers that your love as a family will give you strength in the following days.
With my deepest sympathy,
Dear Finding Family, please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your dear Mother Ann. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May she rest in peace in the warmth and light of our Lord. Love. Rose and Tom Zak
My prayers are with you Teresa and your family . God bless
My deepest sympathy to the Finding family. She and Joe were very good to our children, a very good friend. One of a kind. Know that she is in Heaven with your dad. God bless you all.
I’ll always remember running across the street from Papa’s (James Battaglia) to see what the “older kids” were up to. She always had something sweet and yummy for us. I’ll always love and miss my Auntie Ann and Uncle Joe so much. All my love to thier children, some of my favorite cousins, the “older kids” ♡
To Joe, Doniellle, Tricia, Joey and all the Finding Families,
We would like to express our deepest sympathy for the passing of Grandma Ann. It is never easy when a loved one passes. One must remember the love and joy that Ann had brought into everyone’s lives.
She is now in a better place where someday we all will gather. Meanwhile, her memory will always be there with you as well as her spirit. When you think of her, just smile and be thankful. She was always there for all of you, in good times and bad.
Rejoice in her salvation!
Arpad, Kristy & Dan
To the family of Antoinette Finding . My family sends their deepest sympathy to you. . Our thoughts and prayers goes out to you. Psalm 90:12
My condolences to the Finding family. I would always talk to your Mom and Dad when I would walk my dogs down to the park. I would run into your dad on his “morning constitutional” and your mom would come out and talk and have a pow wow with grandma Joan from across the street. May their memories be eternal.