Obituary of Mildred Fasanello
Mildred T. Fasanello, 91, of St Petersburg, Florida, passed away at home on October 2nd, 2021. She was born August 26th, 1930, in Manhattan, NY. In 1971, she moved to St Petersburg with her husband John Fasanello Sr. and family.
Millie was loved by many. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She will be dearly missed by John, Denise, Joanne (George), Mary (Richie), Chris, Helen (Rick), Darlene, Lynn and many grand and great grandchildren.
She will be buried at Calvary Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
Memories shared by family..
"I have loved you with all my heart and soul. I thank God 1000 times a day for you. We are truly blessed, honored, thankful, and grateful we had you for 91 blessed years. Mom you are so amazingly beautiful inside and out. You will always be my angel from God. Thank you mom for being the best Mom, Nanny, and Great Grandma. We love you Mom."
"You taught me family, love, grace, and beauty is always skin deep. You are forever loved and in our hearts."
"You are the binder, creator, and admiral of our village. Your love, stories, guidance and wisdom will be missed by all. Thanks for keeping us in check and letting us know we were "full of it" when we were acting "fresh". As you watch over us, I know you will be there in your moo moo, curlers and with a fly swatter in hand. Some of us say that we will meet again someday, but the truth is that your spirit will live through us in our hearts, always"
"Her powder blue eyes were the warmest thing in the room."
"Her soul was pure and full of love and was loved by so many."
"To the love of my life.. I love you more. What was shared between us, will remain between us forever, my guardian angel."
"Our guardian angel forever"
"To my rock for the last 70 years, til we meet again, you're in my heart forever."
"We will forever cherish our deep conversation free of judgement, full of genuine love, advice, and support. I promise to celebrate you with morning coffee, forever and always"
"Thank you for being so wonderful!"To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Mildred Fasanello, please visit Tribute Store