ANNA P. WEISS, beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother entered eternal rest on August 11, 2021, just a few months short of her 90th birthday.
Born in New Haven, Connecticut, she was predeceased by her parents, Pasquale and Carmella Savino, brother Pasquale Savino Jr, sister Judy Nagy. She lost the love of her life, Edward Weiss, four years ago after 66 years of marriage.
She is survived by her 2 daughters, Patricia (Joseph) Nagy and Vivian (David) Condello; 5 grandchildren: Gina Marie (Gregory) Clark; Michael (Katherine) Condello; Matthew Condello (BJ Delorenzo); Joseph and Nicholas (Kris) Condello; 6 great grandchildren: Kaleb, Molly, Cole (CJ), and Cecelia (CeCe) Condello and Jackson and Arabella Clark.
She is also survived by her sister, Frances (Edward) Campochiaro, her brother, Lawrence (Karen) Savino, sister-in-law, Elma Berger, brother-in-law, Robert Weiss and many nieces, nephews, and friends.
Anna resided the majority of her life in Rochester, and settled in Henrietta, NY where she lived the past 25 years with her late husband. She attended Connecticut State Teacher’s College where she had been awarded a full scholarship. She was a Teacher’s aide at School 22 in Rochester for many years, where she utilized her artistic gifts to create elaborate bulletin board displays. She worked as the Manager of the Flower City F.C.U. (now Family First of NY F.C.U.), where she retired after 50 yrs. of service. Throughout her career she was an integral part of many of her customers lives, supporting their financial situations and forming many long-term relationships. Anna was always ready to help someone out despite her busy schedule and enjoyed sewing and was sought after by family and friends for clothing repairs and alterations, and for recitals, competitions, pageants and many Halloween costumes for her grandchildren. She was loved by her family with all our hearts and will be greatly missed.
Family and friends may call on Friday, August 20, 2021 from 2-5 PM at White Haven Memorial Park Creation Chapel, 210 Marsh Rd. Pittsford, NY.
Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, August 21, 2021 @ 11AM at Mount Hope Cemetery, 1133 Mt. Hope Ave, Rochester, NY. Anna will be laid to rest along with her late husband, Edward Weiss, who will receive his military honors.
In lieu of flowers, please share a memory of Anna at jarmuszcottonfuneralhome.com or donate to Volunteers of America, Upstate New York, at https://donate.VOA.org or to a charity of your choice in her memory.
Those who wish to join the family to celebrate her life on Saturday after the burial are requested to reply by phone: 585-334-4049 or email: [email protected] by Thursday August 19th.
patty and Vivian. Sad to write at this time She died on my SisterJudith’s birthday I lost two of the most wonderful sister anyone could ask for. I’ll wait till (John 5: 28) and (1Corinthians 15:25+26 are fulfilled) when our appointed King and savior Jesus The Christ calls them from the grave back to life here on earth again. Then Jesus after his 1,000 year rule will swallow up death orever , hand the kingdom back to his Father Jehovah who is the only life giver and righteous ruller of the earth to make his original purpose come here on earth. A paradise with every lasting life for all who Belived he is and that he is the only one who gives rewards to those who love and want to serve him and please him. My prayer is that all that I love will be there to greet back my wonderful sisters my father and mom and all those we love and all our friends . Let Jehovah’s will be done on earth as it is in the heavens soon. My love to all of you Aunt Fran
Dear Viv and Family ,
Deepest condolences on the passing of your Mom.
Thoughts and prayers are with you .
Prayers for comfort , peace and strength at this time and in the days ahead for you all.
( HH EHS)