Cheguei até você primo atravéz da net e atravéz dela fiquei sabendo de sua partida, tempo foi pequeno mais meu amor é imenso por você.Descanse em Paz.
My prayers go out to you & your family.I didn't know him long, but your dad was a pleasure to be around.I am so sorry.
My thoughts & prayers go out to the Zorzanello family during this time of loss.
Dear Liz and the Zorzanello Family~~~
My thoughts and prayers are with you!!! You're dad sounds amazing, and I wish I had the chance to know him. Treasure those special memories and hold them close to your heart over the coming days.
Blessings to you all~~~
TO THE ZORZANELL0 CHILDREN, OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU.
LOVE , MR. & MRS. LAWRENCE HINSON
We wish to add our condolences to Joe's family. He worked at EB with me and was member of our St. Agnes Church in Niantic, When he move away from the area Joe always kept in contact with us through the years by Christmas cards & notes and an occassional phone call. Updating us on his life and of his his proud children. We valued his friendship and will be greatly missed every Christmas when there will be no card from expected Joe's greetings. Rest in peace dear friend &
May perpetual light shine on him for all eternity..Dick & Ellie Wilkes
My sympathies to Zorzanello family.
Barry, I did not know the history and service that your father gave for our freedom. I would have liked to thank him. You may not remember me. Long ago we both loved the same 59 Bel Air. I think of our brief history often. My prayers are for you and your family.
My condolences to the family of Mr. Zorzanello. My father and his siblings grew up with him in West Stockbridge and knew the family well.
I think of your family when I go by your house so often. We lived just down the road across the street growing up. Thinking of you in my heart and prayers. Gale (Swanson) Parrish
My deepest condolences, Mary....
I'm very sorry for your loss.
To the Zorzanello family, My deepest condollences go out to each and every one of you. I am so sorry for your loss. Sheila Gentilella-Coleman, Ocoee, FL.
Thank-you for your service Sir.
Bill, Barry, Mary, Elizabeth, and Carolyn,
My deepest sympathies go out to you. Your Dad was a very special individual and I will always remember the stories he shared with me during my visits with him. It took a special man to endure what he did during the war and his capture and survival. A true and heroic Veteran. As well as the years growing up and visiting your house in Niantic and some of the humorous pranks that you would all play on him. Your Day will always have a special place in my heart. My prayers go out to each of you.