Anna  J.
Rochester: November 9, 2010. Went home to be with the Lord, peacefully at age 102. Anna is survived by her children, Richard (Jan Jacque) Daddazio, Jean Daddazio & Carol Ann (Terry Gaskill) Daddazio; grandchildren, Joshua Kelly, Lauren (Keenan) Byrum & Logan Gaskill; several nieces, nephews and cousins in New York & California; many friends. Anna's family would like to express a sincere thank you to the staff of the Evercare and the Jewish Home, especially her aides, Rita (3rd floor) and Luis (5th floor) for their outstanding love, care and support. Friends may call Friday, 2-4 & 6-8 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday 10 A.M. at Holy Apostles Church, 530 Lyell Avenue. Entombment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Open Door Mission, opendoormission.org in her memory.

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  1. I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing… 102years old, wow… God bless her…
    She was one of my favorite residents at Upton court, and it was my pleasure to be able to meet, get to know her, and watch over her.
    I know she will be greatly missed.. you guys loved her so much and took such good care of her…
    I hope and pray you find the strength to get through is difficult time in your lives..
    May God bless you all..
    my sincerest condolences
    vicki vangrol

  2. Jean, I will be with you and your family tomorrow and Saturday as you all give your Mom a warm and loving send off on her new journey……..to God and heaven!
    How happy she must be – she will be there to greet us all when God calls us.
    I have many many cherished memories of you and your family.
    God bless!
    Annie and Herbie

  3. Richard,
    I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. It sounds, at 102, as if she had a nice long life, but nothing can soften the loss of a mother – not even the thought of a nice long life. So please accept my sincere sympathy.
    g.a. Sheller

  4. We are all going to miss your Mom and her sense of humor. She had a mischeivous smile and you wondered what she was thinking when she had that look. Sometimes she would comment and make you laugh with her random thoughts. She was certainly a fighter even at 102yrs. We will miss seeing all of her children as you were a part of the every day scenery on the unit. You all went above and beyond the definition of devotion which makes me know that she was a wonderful Mother to you and how much she was loved. Sending you all cyber hugs.

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