Mrs. Corrine Cignarella DiGilio, 78
~~Mrs. Corrine Cignarella DiGilio, age 78, of Dacula passed away Monday, December 10, 2018 at her residence, surrounded by her family.
Private Services will held.
Mrs. DiGilio was born May 2, 1940 to the late Anthony & Teresa Cignarella in Bronx, New York. She was a member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church.
Mrs. DiGilio is survived by her husband of 57 years, James DiGilio of Dacula; daughters & sons-in-law, Donna & Anthony Messuri Jr. of Coral Springs Florida, Doreen & Jon Crego of Wellington, Florida and ToniAnn & David Vizzi of Dacula; grandchildren, Anthony Messuri, James McKenney, Dominick Messuri; Gino Vizzi and Julia Vizzi; brother, Andrew Cignarella; and sister & brother-in-law, Lucille & Sonny Stasolla.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Children’s Cancer at www.P4Foundation.org
Memorial Park South Funeral Home, 4121 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542 is in charge of arrangements. Send on-line condolences to www.memorialparkfuneralhomes.com.
God needed another Angel so He chose my dear friend Corrine. I will never forget the great times we had together. I have great memories, we would laugh until we couldn't breathe. And the many times we cooked together. I will never forget you, Rest In Peace my beautiful friend. Until we meet again.
Kelli & Richard Staller
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time. Your mom left an impact on everyone she met. We are grateful for the opportunity to know her.
My deepest condolences to the family!
I'll truly miss Corrine- her humor and her sweet-felt, loving heart she had for me and my family.
May you all find peace and love in the memories you have to cherish.
- Love Always
Janice and Tony Patrizz
To Corrine's family,
Tony and I send our deepest condolences.
May she rest in peace now and be blessed for eternity .
Memories of all the good times we have shared, will keep Corrine in our hearts forever. I know her and my sister Ann are looking down on us with love.
I only got to meet her once but we talked about everything under the sun. She made me feel like I knew her forever. We laughed and spoke about our life. She will be missed. She is now free and unburdened from human pain. She was a good one but now she can take care of her family easier! She will never be far from you. You are in my prayers for strength.
I tell those who didn't know her that she was always wonderful person a great sister great daughter great mom a great wife she was at all
RIPCorrine love Uncle TOMMY and Aunt Nancy
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