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Di Pronio

Di Pronio, Giovanna

Died on June 11, 2016 surrounded by the presence and spirit of those she loved the most. She was the beloved wife of Blaise Di Pronio and devoted mother of Marcello Lucas and dear daughter of Antonino and Rosa D’Amato and loving sister of Francesca D’Amato Seymour, Anna and Rich Snamiska, Antonia and Mark Haessly and Frank and Corrine D’Amato. Further survived by many relatives in Italy and America.

A gathering to receive and visit with family and friends will take place on Saturday June 18 at Old St Mary Church, 844 N. Broadway from 8:30 AM until time of a Memorial Mass at 10 AM.

In lieu of cards and flowers send us your thoughts and prayers.

A register book is available online at

Suminski Family Funeral Home 414-276-5122 assisted the family with arrangements.

Past Comments

domenico and marianna zizzo and family

death leaves a heartache that no one can heal, love leaves a memory that no one can steal. our deepest sympathy to all the family. the domenico and marianna zizzo family.

Mark & Angie Ferris

When someone you love becomes and memory; that memory becomes a treasure.
Our deepest sympathies to the entire Family.

Pam Roy

“And we wept that one so lovely should have a life so brief;”
― William Cullen Bryant

Anna, my deepest sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time.

Ken Johnson

We all looked forward to Gio’s humor and admired her strength. Our sympathy to her extended family. She has been and will be missed by her friends in Muskego.

Jim & Mary Jean Fonk

Life on earth can be compared with that of a train with a starting point and an ending station. Giovanna has been a rider on this train sharing her smile, cooking skills, love of her family and friends and always a joy to be around. This train has had many more bumps than most trains but she has weathered them with a courage and the conviction of her faith better than many before her. She has now departed the train to reach her final goal and we all know that she will be rewarded for all her efforts. We will miss you dearly Gio.

Clara Locicero

I will miss you till we meet again my dear friend ❤️

Tina Aiello

My deepest sympathy to the entire family.

Dan Dennehy

I remember how happy you were when you found Giovanna. You told me she made you feel young. And you said at our age that wasn’t easy for anyone to make us feel young. Now you have to make yourself feel young. Hopefully your memories of the times you shared with Giovanna will help you do that.

Rest in peace beautiful Angel

I’m so glad and honored to have had the opportunity to meet and get to know you … you always had a smile on your face … with such a positive and Pleasant spirit and overall an amazing demeanor… I remember the day you taught me how to cook lemon chicken with diced potatoes out at your old house near Brady Street and to this day I still cook that meal in honor of you! May you rest in peace my dear Giovanna, you will greatly be missed and thank you for all you’ve done while you were here with us on earth… thank you for all the smiles, laughter and great memories you brought to everyone…. you were truly amazing and you still are angel. ❤

With Love,
Yessenia Seny Rodriguez

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