Giovanna "Nina" Zennaro
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Giovanna "Nina" Zennaro

Brick - Giovanna "Nina" Zennaro, age 88, passed away on Friday, April 2, 2021. Born and raised in Venezia, Italy, Nina resided in Newark for many years before moving to Brick where she has resided for the last 27 years.

Mrs. Zennaro worked as an Administrative Assistant for Prudential for many years.

Nina was an active member of the Greenbriar Community. She loved to dance and her and her beloved partner, John were known to dance the night away together. She also enjoyed cooking, bowling, traveling and spending time with her beloved family.

She is predeceased by her son, George Zennaro; her loving partner, John Santillo; her brothers, Carlos and Aldo Zennaro; her sisters, Liliana Maxwell and Adriana Zennaro

Surviving are her daughter, Joan Kowantz; her cherished grandchildren, Michelle Amogretti and her husband, Michael and Raymond Kowantz and his wife, Elizabeth; her great-grandchildren, Haley and Jenna Amogretti, Caroline, Caitlin and Trey Kowantz; and her beloved nieces, Carla Zennaro and Anna Collura.

Viewing will be held on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 from 2-5 p.m. at O'Brien Funeral Home, Brick. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, April 7th at 9:00 a.m. at St. Dominic's RC Church, Brick followed by the entombment at Hollywood Memorial Park, Union.

**Due to Covid-19 restrictions there are capacity limitations and face masks and social distancing are mandatory.

To send condolences please visit www.obrienfuneralhome.com.




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Published in Asbury Park Press on Apr. 4, 2021.
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