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Anna (nee Testa) passed on February 13, 2022.

Devoted wife of the late Nicholas Jr.  Beloved mother of Joanne (David) Cross, Donna Crane, Nicholas DiBlasio III.  Grandmother of Michael, Taylor, and Madelyn.  Great grandmother of Raquan.

Viewing Friday 9:30am at St. Richard Church, 19th and Pollock Sts.  Funeral Mass 10:30am.  Internment private.

In lieu of flowers donations to Alzheimer’s Association would be appreciated


  • Joanne February 16, 2022 8:22 pm

    You will be greatly missed Mom. We certainly covered a lot of territory on our outings and had a lot of fun. Even more so when Dave joined the family. You were all about our faith, family and attention to detail. You told some funny jokes and stories which will be missed. You are greatly loved and appreciated.

    Thank you for everything.

    Eternal Love,
    Daughter Joanne and Son-in-law Dave.

    • Anna Lee February 18, 2022 4:35 pm

      Joanne, I am so sorry for you loss. I hope that you will remember the love and not the loss. I enjoyed all the times I spent with Anna. She was indeed a joy to be around and I am happy she had you for a daughter.

  • Maureen Fratantoni February 16, 2022 11:29 pm

    You were greatly loved by my mom Angie, your best friend growing up, and by my late husband Jim , Ashley, James and myself. i know that you are having a reunion with my mom in Heaven and she asked about you all the time. before her passing. Praying for your family now as they mourn your loss. We had many good times, in the earlier days, and I will always remember you as a hospitable hostess.

  • Alyce Patrone Penna February 17, 2022 3:45 pm

    With My Deepest Condolences on the passing of Anna….. I grew up on 17th Street and Anna was one of the nicest neighbor’s ever…. She was impeccable, funny and simply one beautiful person…. Soar with the Angels now, Anna…You so truly earned your Wings….

  • Joan DiDonato February 18, 2022 1:07 am

    My deepest condolences to the DiBlasio family on the passing of their mother, Anna. I had the privilege of meeting Anna through her daughter, Joanne. There were several occasions that Joanne brought her mother to mass and church functions at our parish, St. Helena’s. She was always so sweet and pleasant. Her deep faith in God was so apparent to everyone. I am so happy that I got to have her as a guest at my house after Christmas Eve mass this past year. She was having difficulty walking and had her walker with her. Her determination to get around at her age amazed me! Also, the mother- daughter relationship between the two was so admirable. They loved each other deeply and it showed. I know that Anna is resting in peace with her Lord, for whom she had a steadfast love. Fly high with the angels Anna !

  • Loretta Pesini February 18, 2022 1:31 am

    I was Anna’s caregiver for 3 years. Anna was funny and interesting. She told me many stories about her life and her family. She loved her family very much. I will miss our talks and all the laughs we had together.

    Rest in Peace, Anna

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