Dolores D'Ascenzo
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Dolores D'Ascenzo

Dolores D'Ascenzo, age 89, passed away November 20, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Andrea ("Andy") D'Ascenzo and mother of her son, the late Gary D'Ascenzo. Dolores is survived by her children, Tony (Linda) D'Ascenzo, Robin (Jerry) Sindici, Brian (Janet) D'Ascenzo and Larry (Leslye) D'Ascenzo. She is also survived by grandchildren, Andrew (Lisa) D'Ascenzo, Jake (Erica) D'Ascenzo, Quinn (Aly) D'Ascenzo, Alexandra D'Ascenzo and Nina D'Ascenzo, and great-grandchildren, Ian and Evie D'Ascenzo. A private Memorial Service was held. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to Angela Hospice will be appreciated. Please share memories at

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Published in The Detroit News & Detroit Free Press from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22, 2020.
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November 22, 2020
Ms. D, I remember you always had a smile for all the friends of your kids. Please say 'Hi' to Gary for me, all your children are examples of an exceptional family upbringing. I hope you and Mr. D are back together. God Bless and prayers...
Mike Farrugia
November 22, 2020
Dear Robin,
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Your mother was the kindest, friendliest woman ever. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Barbara LeTarte
Barbara LeTarte
November 21, 2020
She was my B.F.F. We had lunch together every Month, I brought Her Arby's, Her favorite. I also brought Awrey's date bars, and peanut butter puff cereal. We prayed together, and laughed until Her teeth fell out. I brought Her shakes that she loved, and the home made ones I brought her, the last, the night before she passed. She loved Her family more than anything, and bragged about them to me always. She loved Her religion, and said the rosery every morning. She was so kind, and guided me through the ups and downs of life. I loved Her like my Mother, and I will miss Her dearly. The angels have you my friend, and will take extra good care of you.
Carol Walsh
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