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Sep

Yolanda Q. Antongiorgi (1933-2019)

YOLANDA (“Josie”) QUIRINDONGO ANTONGIORGI received the promise of eternal life to be with her Lord on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.  She was preceded in death by Daniel Quirindongo and Angel Miguel Antongiorgi.  She is survived by her sons, Michael (Aleita) Antongiorgi and twins William and Walter (Nydia) Antongiorgi.  Her smile will be missed by her grandchildren, great grandchildren great great grandchild, nieces, nephews and friends.  Visitation will be held at the chapel of St. Monica’s Assisted Living, 3920 N. Green Bay Road, on Friday, September 13, 2019 from 11:00-12:30 with memorial service to follow.

9 comments

  1. We will miss your dancing, singing and crafts as well as your choice of words. Besito.

  2. I will miss her laughter and the way she would put her boys in their place when they would try to give her a hard time. My thoughts and prayers are with the family

  3. Our Condolences to all the families…What a wonderful woman she was..so many childhood memories of her will never be forgotten..May she rest in peace..con mucho amor..Edie Martinez Davila

  4. Surely will miss her, I Know she is dancing in heaven. Yeah and I do loved it it when she put her boys in check. I love you Mama.

  5. You filled our life with your laughter and joy. You were the Dancing Queen when the music got started, it didn’t matter what type of music it was. And we always enjoyed the smile you would put on Junior’s face when you would pick him as your partner. He loved it! What joy you brought to all of us. Rest now, no worries, no pain, but know that our family will always carry you in our hearts and memories. Your Nephew Joe And Marsha Antonchorgy

  6. Aleita Ann Antongiorgi September 11, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    My wonderful mother-in-law. I will miss your beautiful smile your laughter, your cussing with a humorous twist.
    And laughing and eating at the same time. Thank you for setting me up with you son, Michael, 27 yrs together. Now your with Jesus and your husband and I know you are smiling.

  7. Dancing is an expression of love and happiness an Yolanda indeed saw that in dancing. Rest In Peace Dancing Queen. My condolences to the Family.

  8. Brook, your great grand daughter September 13, 2019 at 8:36 pm

    I will always will miss you I know you are looking up on me. Love you so much

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