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November 16, 2018

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September 5, 2018
I remember the summer trips, as a kid, to Utica and all the fun we had at 607! Aunt Amy always greeted us smiling and happy!. We were all excited, Utica was a special place. It was a beehive of activity! Everyone was charged up, all because of Uncle Anthony and Aunt Amy.As years passed and we all grew older, Aunt Amy never changed. She remained happy and kind to everyone, and never uttered a negative remark about anyone. She deserved the long life she lived and now we all feel sad and empty.
Mille Grazie, Aunt Amy.
September 4, 2018
I will miss her smile, the fun I had visiting her and "Great Uncle Anthony"....most of all her amazing Italian cooking! I remember visiting their house as a young child and teen, and they'd be making spaghetti from scratch with every visit. I really miss the Zegarelli family summer party they'd have in Utica. My Pop-Pops would attend with Nana (Dr. Edward Zegarelli & Irene Zegarelli). It was an event I looked forward to each time. I'll cherish those memories and photographs, we still have of those fun times...good laughs and amazing homemade Italian food!!! God Bless, Great Aunt Amy...she was the kindest and gentlest soul.