Anne Rose Zanotti

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Anne Rose

Zanotti, Anne Rose
(nee Troscon) Born to Eternal Life on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 age 89 years. Beloved wife of the late Leo, after sharing 63 years together. Loving mother of Sandra (the late John) Przybylinski and Joseph (Terrie) Zanotti. Proud grandma of Laura (Gene) Finn, Lisa (Scott) Blank and John (Amy) Przybylinski. Great-grandma of John, Samantha, Maxwell, Olivia, Erin and Celia. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

The family will greet friends and relatives on Thursday, March 10 from 10-11 AM at ST ROMAN’S CHURCH, 1810 W. Bolivar Ave. with Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM. Inurnment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, Memorials to a veterans charity of your choice appreciated.

Anne was born in 1927 to Croatian immigrants. When Anne was 16 years old, she met a handsome soldier named Leo Zanotti and married him a few years later. As their family grew, Leo and Anne would host countless gatherings for holidays, birthdays, and other special events. During their 63 years together, Anne and Leo enjoyed traveling with family and friends to Jack’s trailer, Fox Hills, Door County, Michigan, and Arizona. Anne was also a caregiver throughout her life: to her sister Mary and niece Joyce, who both died far too young; to her parents; and finally to her beloved Leo in his final years. Anne’s caregiving was not limited to the sick. She watched over nieces and nephews, neighborhood children, and she and Leo were the best overnight babysitters ever to their grandchildren. Anne had a special place in her heart for her great-grandchildren, whose pictures were prominently displayed on her refrigerator and throughout her home. Anne missed Leo a ton after he died and although she will be missed by many here, she is with her handsome soldier once again.


Past Comments

lisa blank

From when I was little and helped gma clean and Saturdays (not really she just made me think I did) to making curtains for my house, then helping Scott and I with Samantha and maxwell and always, always being considered for my family. She was my best Grammy!!!

Diane Kowalski

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Joanne Augustynowicz

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Judy Wargula

Carl and I always enjoyed visiting with Auntie Anne when we came to Milw/Chicago area.. She always filled us in on family history and the latest family news. . I know she and Uncle Leo and my Mom and Dad had wonderful times together.. I was so happy that I talked to her just a few weeks ago for her 89th birthday. Auntie Anne, you were one in a million. We will miss you. Sending warm thoughts and love to the Zanotti Family.

lisa blank

Wow it should let u proof read ok should I say spell check! Concerned not considered, on Saturdays not and!

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