Services:

Viewing and Services are limited to family members.  Burial is open to the Public and is scheduled for December 30, 2013 beginning at 11:00 am at Willowbrook Cemetery, 395 Main Street, Westport CT 06880.

Donations:

Donations in his memory may be made to:  Save the Children Foundation, 54 Wilton Road, Westport, CT  06880.

Conrad J. Angione


ovember 23, 1925 - December 23, 2013

Conrad J. Angione, 88, husband of the late Jean Angione of Norwalk, CT, passed away Tuesday, December 23, 2013 at the Norwalk Hospital after a long and courageous battle against cancer.

Mr. Angione was born on November 23, 1925 in New York City.    Mr. Angione graduated from Christopher Columbus High School, Bronx, New York, and subsequently served in the United States Coast Guard during World War II.   After serving his country, Mr. Angione and his wife Jean settled in Norwalk in 1947.  He founded and owned Angione Tile Company until retiring in 1989.

Mr. Angione was a tireless family provider.  His optimism, kindness and charity towards his family and all who knew him were some of his greatest attributes.  He will be greatly missed by family and friends.

Mr. Angione is survived by his two sons, Michael C. Angione of Norwalk, and Eric A. Angione of New Canaan, CT.  Mr. Angione is also survived by his cherished Daughter-In-Law (Eric’s wife), Kelly Yang-Angione.

Viewing and Services are limited to family members.  Burial is open to the Public and is scheduled for December 30, 2013 beginning at 11:00 am at Willowbrook Cemetery, 395 Main Street, Westport CT 06880.

Donations in his memory may be made to:  Save the Children Foundation, 54 Wilton Road, Westport, CT  06880.

  1. Sorry for your loss. I remember Conrad when I was child in Weston. He tiled our new house and was a friend of my father.
    David Park
    Norwalk

    December 25, 2013
    David Park -
  • Mike, sorry for your loss…I know how close you were to your Dad…You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    December 26, 2013
    Anne Quigano -
  • Mike,

    Michele and I would like to express our heartfelt sympanthy to you and your family on the loss of your Dad. We know it has been very hard on you these past several months. We know you have been dealing with your own health issues as well. We hope you are doing better yourself. When things settle down we should get together, have a drink and catch up. We know Christmas was probably very hard for you this year. Here’s wishing you a new, fresh start for the coming year. Take care of yourself and hope to talk and see you soon.

    Bruce

    December 26, 2013
    Bruce Coviello -
  • Michael, Eric & Kelly – we are so sad to hear of your Dad’s passing. Knowing you all since the early Norwalk days and spending time together as families, both of your parents are in our special memories. My father spent many recent years talking to his friend Conrad on the phone, bringing him lunches and watching football together. I know Dick is going to miss him so very much. You are in our thoughts at this difficult time.

    December 27, 2013
    Alison Ackerman Healy -
  • Dear Mike and Eric, Your dad was always his charming, optimistic self, even in the face of his recent challenges. Although we will miss him, we love the idea of Jean and Conrad being together again sitting down to one of her amazing pasta, scalopini and roast beef dinners! Our thoughts are with you.

    December 27, 2013
    Elwood and Catherine Davis -
  • Dear Mike and Eric,

    I was sincerely heartbroken at hearing about the passing of “uncle” Conrad. As 2nd cousins and Godson of your mom “Aunt Jean”, I remember our early days together in the pool, enjoying cookouts on the patio and running around the house making much too much noise. I’ve often talked with my mom about her early life and closeness with the Angione’s and Sala’s, and always enjoyed our visits together. We were always a family, albeit becoming less often due to increased distances.
    I have always kept your mom in my prayers and will now picture both mom and dad together in peace.
    I will always remember your dad as smiling, laughing and never having a bad thing to say , always being positive, jovial, generous and fun, as was your mom.

    God bless all of you.

    December 30, 2013
    Frank Romeo -
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