Evelyn D'Amico

Chicago, Illinois


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D'Amico, Evelyn (nee Flisiak), beloved wife of Anthony, loving mother of Ronald (Dianne), Christine (the late Joseph) Chirillo and Laurence (Lori), fond grandmother of David (Shannon), Jeff, Anne, Angel, Joseph, Tony and Michael, great-grandmother of Brenna, dear sister of John (Angie), Sylvia...

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When I was a child, I loved going to grandma's house. She would show me the garden and the new flowers she planted while the sun gleamed down on us. Then we would sit in the kitchen, where she would draw beautiful pictures for me. I can remember being awe-stricken by how realistic they looked and how natural drawing came to her.

Once there was a family of kittens who lived under her porch. I went with her once when she fed them (as she always did). She treated them like her...

I spent a lot of time over at Grandma Ev's house. I can remember being a baby, playing in the kitchen with the pots and pans, and Grandma teaching me expressions like, "that's amazing","that's incredible". Or singing songs with me, "You are my Sunshine"; "Show Me the Way to Go Home" to name a few. She always made me laugh.

All during grade school and high school, I cut her grass, cleaned her snow, washed the cars or did any job for...

I'll always remember Gram's love of nature, her beautiful garden, great cooking, great sense of humor and her 1978 Firebird. Grandma Ev going to the Beauty Shop, going out on Saturday night, Red Lobster, Carson's Ribs, the Greek Isles, Fannie Mae Turtles and Dove Bars. I'll miss you gram. Love,
Your Grandson, Tony.

Our thoughts and prayers are with our family and we will miss Grandma D'Amico's fun personlity....and her zest for good food! "WHA! VINEGAR!"

When I ask the angels for answers to the human mystery, I find that they guide me to a sense of peace and comfort in my soul. The angels to this not by bringing me answers and intricate theories but by bringing me creative ways of responding to life with light in my heart. - Love you and miss you gram

Hey Papi Ron,
I am so sorry for your loss. You can take comfort in knowing she is with God now.

It was about a month ago, Mom you didn't want to eat that day. I put the spoon to your lips and said, "Come on mom, you gotta eat - don't you know - You're My Baby". You smiled and said, "I know". Thank you mom, for everything. I will love you forever. Your loving daughter, Chris.

We are sorry for your family's loss.All will be in our prayers.
Jim and Sharon Palm

Breathe deeply and smell the sweet flowers, Mother, you are in Jesus's garden now.