Lois Jean Zaccagnini

October 29, 1934 - August 8, 2012

10/29/1934 - 08/08/2012

Lois Jean Zaccagnini, 77, of Shadyside, Ohio died Wednesday, August 8, 2012 at her home.

Lois was born October 29, 1934 in Bellaire, Ohio a daughter of the late Telmaco and Assunta Santivicca Iannarelli.

She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church Shadyside and the Catholic Woman’s Club.

Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents, was her husband, Antonio “Tony” Zaccagnini on December 18, 1993, two brothers, Anthony Iannarelli and John Iannarelli, a sister, Ellen Chickerella.

Surviving are her children, Debbie Stephen Zsigray Jr. of Riverside, Illinois, Steven Kim Zaccagnini of Dove Canyon, California, Mark Donna Zaccagnini of Chesapeake, Virginia and David Teresa Zaccagnini of Rochester, Michigan, seven grandchildren, Stephen Zsigray III, Lauren Zsigray, Brandon Zsigray, Alicia Zaccagnini, Ashley Zaccagnini, Andrew Zaccagnini and Matthew Zaccagnini, two step grandchildren and three Step great grandchildren.

Family and friends will be received Thursday 7 p.m. -9 p.m. and Friday from 2p.m.-4-p.m. and 6p.m.-8p.m. at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory 441 37th Street Bellaire, Ohio. Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be Saturday at 10a.m. in St. Mary’s Catholic Church Shadyside, Ohio with Fr. Samuel Saprano as Celebrant.

Interment will be in Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove, Ohio.

Vigil service 7:45p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Neffs Fire Department or the Bellaire High School Alumni Association

Condolences may be sent to the family at altmeyer.com

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Dolores & Bob Donald
7 years ago

Aunt Lo’s family: We knew Aunt Lo, as we all called her. She was a familiar face at St. John’s Cousin to Dee Matuska,our daughters Mother-In-Law-Beth Matuska. Also, all you children went to school with mine. Craig, Paul, Darlene, & beth Bierkortte. Remember Debbie from band camp God Bless!!!! all of you, your Mom was a dear sweet Lady.

Tracey Morgan- Conforti
7 years ago

Dave, Debbie, Mark and Steven.

Your mom was one of a kind- I have many wonderful memories growing up with your family in Green Acres- Your Mom always had a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eyes. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers today and in the days ahead. May you have comfort in knowing that your Mom and Dad are now together again- God Bless…

Debi Bogetich
7 years ago

Debbie, Dave and the rest of the family …your mom was such a sweet woman always had a house and yard full of all of us kids when nwe were growing up!may she rest in peace! Prayers to all of you!

Lee Ann Morgan
7 years ago

Debbie,Steven,Mark and David, Growing up in Green Acres was one of the Best Places to Grow Up. I have so many fond memories of your Mom. She was a Great Lady. And always there for all of us. Thinking and praying for all of you during this difficult time..

Charles Lawlor
7 years ago

God Bless you Lois. Did not know you but God Bless your soul

Rory A. Fitch
7 years ago

I wamt to pass along my sympathy in the passing of your mother. Quite often I think back to all the good times our families had. She will be greatly missed. My Christmas time will not be the same without her cookies.

Rory

Gigi Zaccagnini
7 years ago

I wish there was some way to ease the loss of such a wonderful Mom you all had. Embrace the memories, and know she is smiling down upon you all. Still remember the slumber parties at your house, Debbie…she was so tolerant of all of us giggling girls and had the best breakfasts for us the next morning! Hugs, Gigi

DEBRA WILK MOUNTAIN
7 years ago

Mrs. ZacAunt Lo to me was one of the dearest ladies I have yet to meet. She was a second mother to me during those high school years in every way. Always smiling, sometimes ornery and never without an open heart and outstretched hand. Seeing her once in a very long while as an adult never changed things-still the same and full of joy as though we still saw each other regularly. The Lord has a new Angel and we are left with fond memories. Much Love to Deb, Steven, Mark, David and family.

Joe Boczek
7 years ago

My thoughts are prayers are with you Debbie, Steven, Mark and David. Your mom was another in a long line of special ladies I was fortunate to know growing up in that oh so special place of Green Acres. Such a shame everyone has a grown and went their seperate ways. We all grew up in a special place in a special time and your mom was one of the reasons it was so special. I last saw her on July 10, 2010 when she came to pay her respects to my mom and she hadn’t missed a beat. Hold the memories close to your heart and cherish all the good times. Debbie please say hello to Steve for me so sorry our lives haven’t crossed paths in so long

Clair and Ed Davis
7 years ago

To all who knew her, Lois was a true friend. She was always smiling and upbeat and took life with all its ups and downs in good spirit.

Ed and I will miss her, as we have missed Tony as true friends are rare and should be treasured always.

We send our love and sincere sympathy to her family, friends and all who had the good fortune to know her.

Sincerely, Clair and Ed

Mary Ryncarz
7 years ago

To Lois’ Family,

You have our sincere condolences. I am so glad that we got to know Lois and her family in Green Acres. She will be sadly missed. Lois was a very special person and was always kind and caring to everyone. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. May she rest in peace. She has now joined her family members in heaven. She is our new angel and has added another star in the sky.

Mary and Richard Ryncarz

Lori Long Root
7 years ago

To the Zaccagnini Family,

I have fond memories of your Mom from my Green Acres days…..what a sweet lady and wonderful neighbor! Please know that you will be in my thoughts during this difficult time.