Sylvia-MORGAN-Obituary

Sylvia MORGAN

Riverview, Florida

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Sylvia,
Oh, the fun we had! I still giggle as I remember putting on our first makeup together...floating on those black inner tubes on Wednesdays at Indian Rocks Beach, all the while sharing secrets, talking about boys, and contemplating life, riding downtown on the bus and going to the Tampa Theatre for a movie, eating slaw dogs at the drugstore counter, Sundays at our Grandmother's and oh my, the good food we ate. Then there were weddings, and then babies...and all of a sudden we...

To my favorite aunt. I will never forget your smile and devotion to our family. Your incredible crafty ways and the best Bellanca spaghetti dinners I have ever eaten, will carry on forever in my memories. I will never forget you telling me, when I was a little girl, that I was your only and favorite niece. You will be missed dearly and will always hold a special place in my heart. You spirit will carry on forever.
I love you and miss you.
Rest in peace Aunt Sylvia.

Love...

I'll always remember you kissing my grandson at open sew you will be missed.Anna Tamburino

I had the pleasure of being Sylvia's sister-in-law during my former marriage to her brother, Tony. She was the sister I never had. She was a gentle spirit who walked softly through this world. I was truly blessed to have her in my life. Sylvia, after your courageous battle on this earth, now you can rest in the arms of the angels.

I really enjoyed being your friend and working with you in court. Rest in peace in the loving arms of your Savior. Our prayers are to comfort your family during their lose of such a kind caring loved one.

SYLVIA, I MISS OUR EVERY DAY CHATS AND E-MAILS. A MOMENT DOES NOT GO BY THAT MY THOUGHTS ARE NOT WITH YOU, AND I KNOW YOURS ARE WITH ME. I LOVE YOU, BROTHER

Sylvia was my wonderful friend of 20+ yrs. I loved her like a sister and will miss her like a sister. Her beautiful heart and beaming smile will remain with me forever. RIP my beautiful friend. My love and prayers are with Monte and Sylvia's family at this bittersweet time of letting go and healing. Sylvia is no longer suffering and is waiting on the other side for all of us! Xoxo

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Sylvia's Obituary

MORGAN, Sylvia (Bellanca), 64 of Tampa, passed away January 3, 2013 after a long, courageous battle with ALS. She is survived by her loving family, her husband, Monte; sons, Christopher, Kevin (Serena), mother, Alyce Bellanca; one brother, Tony Bellanca (Deborah); four grandchildren and other...

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