To Anne's Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Anne's death. She was wonderful. I was a guest at one of her big birthday parties that the family gave her. She was always positive. I learned from her. She has a special place now. And I will never forget her. Helen LoBosco
Dear Jeanne & Vic, I was so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I have so many fond memories of her, growing up next door. Loved it when she would babysit for Terri & I and tell us some pretty funny bedtime stories. Now she's on the other side with my mom and the rest of the old card club. It'll be like old home week up there. I'm so glad I was able to spend some time with her the last time I was in Mt. Prospect. May your families gain strength from each other during this difficult time and know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Much love and blessings,
Dear Jeanne, Kevin, and family, what a wonderful woman your mother/grandmother was. The world lost a bright light when she passed, but heaven gained a saint! She had the ability to talk to anyone and the gift of making that person feel special and loved. Your mother did that for me and I am forever grateful to have known "Mrs. Incinelli." God rest her sweet soul. Love and prayers from Peggy, Mike and family (Pittsburgh, PA)
Vic and family, I am so sorry for your loss . Sending hugs and love to all of you.
Dear Vic and Family,
So sorry for the loss of your Mom. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time.
Dear Jeanne & Vic,
Im so saddened & heartbroken by this loss. Our families have been dear dear friends through so many generations. The Incinelli's & Larson's are all finally reunited in Heaven. Let the card games begin again! I will always have fond & beloved memories from my childhood of going to gramma & granpa's house, running next door & walking that little back trail to the park with you, going next door & your mom filling me & Paul with cookies & juice! I will always treasure the bond that was created between our families!
My Love & Prayers Always,
Dear Jean and family,
Pat and I are so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. I know how much she meant to you and your family. Kevin and Kathryn spoke of her with so much love. When Pat and I met her at Kevin's graduation, we were so impressed with her love of life and her gentle spirit. May God comfort you and give you peace during this difficult time.
Pat and Terri McGregor
We will miss Ann at our Book Club she was an amazing woman.
I was privileged to meet Ann through my fiancé George Bochnik. She was always friendly and smiling. George and his children often spoke of her with love and affection. My deepest sympathies for her family at her passing.
Lucie and I are very sorry to learn of your Mother's passing. Forty-five years later I still remember the stories she used to tell the class when she was our Home Room Mother. She brought such energy and fun to the classroom that everyone was excited whenever "Mrs. Incinelli" was coming! She absolutely captured everyone's imagination.
Those are long ago days, but the memories are indelible. They continue to inspire me everytime there's a young niece or nephew to entertain.
I am grateful that your Mom was granted such a long and fruitful life. Lucie and I will remember her in our prays. We hope that you and your entire family find peace and acceptance through your friends, through your God, and through one another.
In deepest sympathy,