Antoinette Aliotti
1938 - 2020
BORN
1938
DIED
2020
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Daly City, CA
Antoinette Anne Aliotti

August 15, 1938 - March 19, 2020

Antoinette Aliotti died peacefully from complications related to recent strokes on March 19, 2020, at St. Anne's Home, San Francisco, where she was lovingly cared for by the Little Sisters of the Poor and staff, as well as her niece Rosine Ryan, since 2012. Antoinette was predeceased by her parents, John and Rosina Aliotti, her brother and sister-in-law Paul and Rose Aliotti, and her devoted niece, Rosine Ryan. She is survived by nephews John (Maryanne) Aliotti, Paul (Patricia) Aliotti, multiple grandnephews and nieces and cousins, and nephew in law, Dan Ryan. She was born in San Francisco August 15, 1938, graduated from Galileo High School, and lived her entire life in San Francisco, first in North Beach, then at St. Anne's Home since 2012. Antoinette loved people, conversation, music (Italian and American oldies), food, her pet parakeet, and watched every SF Giants and 49ers game she could on TV.
A private burial service will be held at The Italian Cemetery in Colma, CA. Due to the coronavirus quarantine, a memorial mass will be postponed until a future date at St. Anne's Home. Donations in Antoinette's memory may be made to Little Sisters of the Poor at St. Anne's Home, 300 Lake St. San Francisco, CA 94118 or charity of your choice.


Published by San Francisco Chronicle from Mar. 21 to Mar. 22, 2020.
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I have been thinking about this for a very long time and I don't even know if it will be seen or read...I started and it turned out to be a book...I will keep it short and sweet Francisco Street will never be the same. Many fond memories of the old timers growing up, fishermen, wine makers, the cooks...it was a little Italy just on that street. Antoinette was like a aunt to us and made us all her famous double layer chocolate cakes for most all occasions. I think my aim was pretty accurate for sending items of need through the our window her back stairs when to lazy to deliver it. She was of great aid and help when my mom got sick...and I am so happy that my family noticed something was not right when she had her first stroke and took action to get her help...so those that make fun of silly daily routines...don't because it saved her less time on the floor. I can go on and on for a life time of memories...it saddens me that we found out in a strange manner.
My family would visit every Sunday with the "white" dog....then we need to protect my father as he became a bit more fragile. I would visit when in SF with my kids...she loved my two as they loved her. She was always bubbly and made us laugh...good soul that is now resting in peace...she is missed by my whole family.
Angela Delfino Battilegs
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August 16, 2020
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