- 82 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 2, 1930
- Place of birth:
Elmira, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 19, 2013
- Place of passing:
Clearwater, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Anita be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Anita Brunozzi, 82, born on March 2, 1930 and passed away on February 19, 2013. We will remember her forever.
"It can't be three years already. I'm still getting my phone to call and tell her some silly little thing that we could giggle over. Fond memories never leave us and we shared many. Rest peacefully because when we're together again we'll have forever to share our love."
"II haven't written this sooner because it means goodbye and I'm not ready. Anita and I have so much history and I will forever remember the fun and laughs (and cries too) we've shared. Our bond goes back to 1943 and becoming "sisters" was special. I could write a book but it's not possible so I'll close with so long 'Nit-we'll be together again.Love Ya and miss you sooooooo much!"
"Anita, you can rest safely in the arms of the Lord now....you and Jim together again. You were one of the best. Soar with the Angels sweet lady!"
"I will always remember that when I left any gathering wherre Anita was present, my cheeks were tired from laughing. Thank you to Anita for the laughter you brought into my life."
"Nita and I have been friends since our registration day for high school, some 70 years ago...in our older years it has been a long distance one, but will sorely miss having this wonderful friend in my world . I am missing her so much already.....I'm sure the Lord has welcomed her into his home..."
"An in-law worth having."
"Jim & Anita were the first family I met when mom and dad brought us to Tampa Florida in 1960. I immediatly loved them both and still do to this day. I will miss them Always.
Frank & Judie Del Vacchio"
"In lieu of flowers, we welcome contributions to The Suncoast Hospice Foundation, 727-467-7423:
"Anita was the grandmother of my daughter-in-law, Lisa, and the great grandmother of Grace and Blair, and how lucky we all were to have known her. Whenever I would visit, Anita was always a game participant in any celebration (Christmas, Easter, birthdays, showers). She had such an easy-going way about her and such a pleasant demeanor. Rest in peace lovely lady. xo, Dotsie"
"Anita adopted me as her own. My girls and I loved visiting with her and always had fun. I will miss her, but am so grateful for my time with her.
"Anita was my next door neighbor, I visited with her every day we loved Anita. she was so much fun. We laughed and cried together and had fun with her. I learned many things from her. we were blessed to know her and her family and her friends. She was a beautiful person and now very bright star in the sky. We miss you Anita"
"I have known Anita since I was 10 years old. My family and the Brunozzi's spent many many many wonderful times together. Recently my Mom and I would meet Anita and Lori for lunch and I will forever treasure all the memories we have shared together trying each others food and laughing together. Bye Anita love you Diane"
"ANITA AND I HAVE SHARED SECRETS AND MUCH LAUGHTER, SINCE 1943. DOUBLE DATED IN OUR TEENS, JITTERBUGGED AT THE Y IN ELMIRA, BORROWED EACH OTHERS FAVORITE SWEATERS, ATTENDED OUR WEDDINGS, LOVED OUR HUSBANDS, AND KIDS,
TOOK TRIPS TOGETHER ALL OVER THE WORLD.. LIFE WON'T BE AS MUCH FUN NOW ...ITS LONELY WITHOUT HER."
"Anita was the best Mother/Mother-In-Law you could ever ask for. She will be greatly missed.
Joey & Debbie Brunozzi"
"We all will miss her bright spirit!
Services to honor Anita will be held on Saturday, February 23rd at noon at
Unity Church of Clearwater, 2465 Nursery Rd, Clearwater, FL 33764, Office: 727-531-0992
In lieu of flowers, we welcome contributions to The Suncoast Hospice Foundation, 727-467-7423:
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