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Vittoria Adipietro


 

Vittoria Adipietro, 94 former Norwalk resident died Wed. Aug. 21st in Long Ridge of Stamford.

Born in Italy she was the daughter of the late Nicola and Giovanna Laracca Adipietro. Mrs. Adipietro had a green thumb, growing her own vegetables and selling them in Minturno, Italy. She came to the U.S. in 1970 and had worked in the clothing industry.

Surviving are her children, Angelo Mallozzi and his wife Janice of Norwalk, Nicola Mallozzi and his wife Teresa of Westport, Maria Lombardi and her husband Antonio of Norwalk, Giovanna Lombardi and her husband Erasmo of Wilton, and Natalina Fino and her husband Leonardo of Norwalk; grandchildren, Jillian Combis and her husband Rob, Michael Mallozzi and his wife Jodi, Katlin Mallozzi, Victoria Mallozzi, Massimo Mallozzi and his wife Kelly, Claudio Mallozzi and his wife Rene, Patrizia Mallozzi, Daniel Lombardi and his wife Rachael, Sabrina Wright and her husband Jason, Gianfranco Fino, Maurizio Fino, Donatella Fino, Isabella Fino, Laura Lombardi and Anthony Lombardi; nine great grandchildren, and a sister, Nicolina Vozzolo of Norwalk. Vittoria was predeceased by a sister Rosa Pietra and brother Giuseppe Adipietro.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, August 27th at 11: 00 AM in St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 203 East Avenue, Norwalk. Entombment will follow in St. John Cemetery, 223 Richards Avenue, Norwalk.

Friends may visit with the family on Monday, August 26th from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Collins Funeral Home, 92 East Avenue, Norwalk.

Contributions in her memory may be made to St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 203 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06855.

  1. Thinking of you all while you mourn the loss of Zia Vittoria. Now she and Rosa and Giuseppe can be together is heaven. May you all be comforted by her memory in the days ahead. Love, Bill, Betsy and kids.

    August 28, 2013
    Bill and Betsy Pietra -
  • I am sorry for your losses. she will be missed by a lot of people who loved her. she lived a long life and she was special to me. I will miss her smile and she made a lot of people laugh included me and she was very friendly and had a great sense of humor. I loved her like she was my grandmother. I feel really bad that I couldn’t visit her at the nursing home before she died right now I am very upset about this and I am taking it hard. I wish I could of seen her before she died. I have a lot of issues going on and it hasn’t been a good year for me. she is in a better place now may she rest in peace. I really did care about her and I have compassion if I didn’t have compassion I wouldn’t of written this letter.

    ididn’t have compassion i wouldn’t have written this letter.

    September 1, 2013
    lucrezia fino -
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