Condolences for Angela K. Schiava

Liviana Gregoris posted on 6/21/21

We always looked forward to Angela, Uncle Bill and Aunt Nellie's visits when they drove up to see us in Sudbury and then Toronto, Canada. Even though Zia Antonietta & Zio Frank didn't speak much English at first and Aunt Nellie definitely didn't understand Furlan, there was never a communication problem. The two moms were both wonderful cooks sharing family favourites like yummy gnocchi, lasagna, polenta and Aunt Nellie's delicious turkey stuffing, cheesecake and all kinds of salads, one with the addition of non-Italian mini marshmallows! When we visited Springfield I was in awe of my older cousin who could drive us to the movies, for ice cream and to rub Abraham Lincoln's shiny nose which was sure to bring us some good luck! I'll miss exchanging birthday greetings with you every August and I'll be thinking of you this year as you would have celebrated your milestone birthday with all of your friends! Angela you, Uncle Bill & Aunt Nellie will always be in our hearts ♥️



Margaret Gust posted on 5/26/21

I was a year behind Angela at St. Agnes and at SHA, but I remember her as a considerate, happy girl who always had a smile and a greeting for everyone. No doubt St. Peter skipped to the gate to open it for her lovely soul.


Fulvia della Schiava posted on 5/22/21

Angela was my 1st cousin. She made several trips up to Canada with her parents to visit numerous relatives here. Uncle Bill (my father's brother) and Aunt Nellie were always welcome here and we so looked forward to Angela being with us. She loved scary movies and I think I spend most of my childhood with my head buried in a pillow during her visits because I was so frightened. She was also a big fan of Elvis Presley and welcomed any opportunity to see his most recent film. Dear Angela, we're so sorry that you have gone. We will miss you.



Jan & Dave Massey posted on 5/21/21

We appreciate your hard working organizing the stroke dinners. You always had a smile on your face and a kind word. We will miss you !


Alberto e fam. posted on 5/21/21

A sweet thought for dear Angela from distant cousins ​​of San Lorenzo-Friuli-Italy. Unfortunately we never met in person, but in any case you will always remain in our memories together with uncle Guglielmo and aunt Nelli. Ciao Angela


Lynne Stengel posted on 5/20/21

Angela was also belonged to the Dominican Laity. She was such a sweet person. May she Rest In Peace.


Sharon Brown-Adams posted on 5/20/21

I went to St. Agnes with Angela stayed connected with her thru the years. She had a gentle spirit and a laughed that will be misses


Mary Lou Bates posted on 5/19/21

Angela and I were friends all through high school. A very lovely gal. We only lived a block away from each other on Monroe Street. She will be sadly missed. Sending my sympathy to her family.


Barbara Kern posted on 5/19/21

Angela was a close neighbor of mine. When she was home bound I brought her communion. Lately she was always sitting in the back of church at St. Agnes for 4:30 Mass and always waved as I came into church. Will miss your smiling face Angela, God Rest Your Soul.


Nancy Fazzio posted on 5/19/21

Angela, we were always so close growing up, only 2 months apart. We were both creative and enjoyed our crafts. I just loved coming to your house, seeing Aunt Nellie and Uncle Bill. God bless you, you are in my prayers and thoughts.


Mary Adams posted on 5/19/21

Angela and I went to Saint Agnes and Sacred Heart Academy together. In later years we reconnected through St. Louise deMarrilac and the St. Agnes Breakfast Group. She was always a joy to be around. Rest in peace Angela.



Charlotte Dexheimer posted on 5/19/21

Angela, Your Presents At Red Hats will be missed Greatly! From Your Queen Mum Charlotte.


Rita Nortrup posted on 5/19/21

Went to Grade School and High School w Angela. She always came to the Saturday morning St Agnes Breakfasts that were held 4-5 times a year. She also belonged to St Louise de Marillac Guild which met monthly and we always sat at the same table. Now she is at peace in the arms of our Lord and Savior


Barbara Eldridge posted on 5/18/21

Angela was a wonderful and caring friend. She will be missed.


Janifer Malson posted on 5/18/21

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Jim Cribbett posted on 5/18/21

To the family of Angela: you all will be in my thoughts and prayers. I remember Angela from The FRANKLIN. Such a happy and very friendly person. I was a Programmer/Analyst and remember doing some work for her and her department.