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Antionette Anderson Obituary, Death – On March 11, 20Margie 24, Antionette Anderson, who was 86 years old, passed away. The late Anthony Dimazzio and Sophie Dimazzio welcomed their daughter Antionette into the world on July 17, 1937 in Massillon, Ohio. Antionette, who had lived in Massillon for her whole life, took pleasure in discovering the towns surrounding her by attending garage sales and searching for antiques.

Gardening was one of her favorite hobbies, but spending time with her great-grandchildren was her most favorite thing to do. She was a wonderful mother and partner. The following people will miss Antionette: her children Jennifer Laird and Thomas Anderson; her grandson Jason Laird; her great-granddaughters Scarlett and Nicole Laird; her devoted companion Jerry Ramold; and her sisters Margie Kirkbride and Theresa Miller.

The deaths of her sisters Blanche Layfield, Marlene Schuler, and Maryann Holland, as well as her granddaughter Nicole Laird, came before her own. Her parents were also among those who passed away before her. Crematorium will be performed in accordance with Antionette’s desires.

A. ANDERSON Antoinette “Toni” Pellegrini Anderson was taken from us on December 25, 2011, so that she may be with her cherished shepherd. Her grandparents John and Virginia Mustacchia Pace, as well as her parents, Louis and Mary Pace Pellegrini, as well as her grandfather, Louis A. Pellegrini, all passed away before she was born.

In addition to being a native of New Orleans, she had been a resident in Metairie for more than three decades. Her dedicated son Kenny Anderson, her devoted daughter-in-law Christina, and her devoted husband of 52 years, Eugene “Andy” Anderson, are the only members of her family to survive her passing.

Her two grandsons, Korey and Kyle, as well as her granddaughter, Brandi, are the ones she leaves behind. Over the course of more than 27 years, Mrs. Anderson was a devoted worker at Whitney Bank.

She held the position of Senior Teller at a number of different branches, including the St. Charles Avenue site for seventeen years. In addition to that, she participated in a number of intramural leagues in the area, including softball and volleyball. Her brother, Peter Pellegrini, and his wife, Dianne, are the only people who will remember Toni.

She is survived by a bunch of nieces, nephews, and cousins who are always there for her, especially Beth Liebert and Frances and Patrick Bresler, as well as a personal friend named Cheryl Curole and two neighbors named Kim Mazerat and Liz Bauman who are always there for her.

Michael Cuezze, Angel Sperling, Bernard Tymon III, Heather Jonau, and Michelle Mazerat were all blessed with the presence of Toni as their Godmother. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Dr. Robert Veith and his crew, as well as to Dr. Paul Monsour and his colleagues, as well as to St. Joseph Hospice, particularly Shannon Lupo and Shanitra Charles, as well as to all of her sitters, and to her classmates from St. Joseph High School and Warren Easton Senior High.

Family members and friends are cordially invited to join the Funeral Service that will be held on Thursday, December 29, 2011, at 2:00 PM at the Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, which is located at 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd.

Funeral services were presided over by Deacon Patrick Bresler. After twelve o’clock noon, friends are welcome to stop by. The burial will be a private affair. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or the SPCA in her name. Masses in her honor are also acceptable.

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