Dorothy-Pietropaolo-Obituary

Dorothy Pietropaolo

East Bloomfield, New York

Jul 7, 1925 – Jul 25, 2019 (Age 94)

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Dorothy (Austin) Pietropaolo CANANDAIGUA - Dorothy (Austin) Pietropaolo, age 94, passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 25, 2019. She is survived by two children, Hale and John; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and wonderful friends. She was predeceased by...

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John I'm so sorry of your loss, you were her angel.
Your mom and dad we very special people. It was a breathe of fresh air to know them while I attended Canandaigua Academy. Please carry on their legacy.

John,
Your mom was a wonderful, caring inspiration to all of us. I remember being at your house in the country (only a mile or so from my house), and your mother was so inviting and cordial and made everyone and anyone feel at home. My deepest condolences to you and the family.

John, My condolences to you and your family. Very impressive she lived so long. I hope her last years were good ones and that you have many great memories to ease your loss.

The Button family would like to extend their deepest sympathies to the Pietropaolos family in this sad time. Dorothy was a wonderful woman and will be missed. She has someone in heaven that greeted her with open arms.

My thoughts are with all the Pietropaolos. I first met Dorothy when I was a freshman at CA she was my counselor and she won my heart. She was kind she listened and helped whenever she could. When I saw her threw the years she had a smile, a hug and how are you doing Donna. I will always treasure my memories of a SPECIAL LADY.

What a wonderful lady, I had the pleasure of knowing Dorothy at Clar Manor. Always the optimist and such a pleasant lady to spend time with.

We at Clark Manor were blessed to have shared in the last 9 years of her life . Dorothy was the person who always had something kind to say everyday no matter what she may have been experiencing physically or emotionally each day. She was an inspiration to many of us how she managed through life being mostly blind and loosing her hearing. She wore her expensive earrings everyday ( her hearing aids) but it never stopped her from trying to be a part of life at Clark Manor . She loved her...

Bill, Tom and I are very sorry to learn of our friend's death, but a peaceful passing described Dorothy's personality--peaceful, friendly, helpful, always interested in your life. Bill had many conversations with her over land rental. Tom played at Christmas time for Clark Manor and I went along--both of us engaged in lively reunions with his former h.s. counselor. Hale and John and grandchildren--what wonderful genes you have inherited. And that all-encompassing smile warmed our hearts.