Ana Ronollo
Wednesday
1
April

Visitation

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Giosa Funeral Home
171 Haddon Avenue
West Berlin
Thursday
2
April

Visitation

9:00 am - 11:00 am
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Giosa Funeral Home
171 Haddon Avenue
West Berlin

Additional Obit Info

For Ana, Nothing was more important than her family. She loved to have the family father around her at her home for birthdays, holidays and celebrations. Christmas Eve was an especially joyous time with grandchildren around her and always plenty of home cooked food for everyone to enjoy. She was an accomplished professional chef, but long before she took on that career in her forties, she created great feasts and loved to entertain all who walked into her home. She was greatly involved in the community helping with Lion's Club functions, volunteering as a Girl Scout leader and vounteerting at her children's school. She was a native of Panama and instilled a love of Panamanian culture in her children. She was tremendously nurturing and warm hearted. She moved her parents from Panama and cared for their daily needs at the end ofn their lives. She provided the same loving and nurturing care the her children. Ana loved to laugh and like her father told great stories that sometimes had an edge and always put a smile on your face. We will always be left with the fondest of memories and of her great love for her "familia." she would always care for her grandchildren and prepare special treats for them whenever they visited and they willalways remember how she would skin and cut up apples even cook them and sprinkle tham with cinnamon when they were little, Through these little lovng acts, all her offspring learned loving kindness and affection for one another and for those around them-- her lasting legacy. She was married to and survived by Robert. Their marriage lasted 58 years. They met in Philadelphia when Ana came to the States for college. They complimented each other perfectly. they had a lovingand special relationship throung ups and downs that continued to strengthen over time.

Obituary of Ana Sierra Ronollo

Ana Sierra Ronollo (nee Gutierrez), went to be with her Lord early on March 27, 2015, at the Manor/ Care/ Mercy-Fitzgerald Lansdowne, Pa. after a 2 year battle with at age 84. Beloved wife of 58 years to Robert L. Ronollo. Devoted mother of Regina and her husband Robert Connolly of, Adele and her husband Ronald Randazzo of New York City, Mark and his wife Marie Ronollo of and Paul and his wife Katie Ronollo of Loving and proud grandmother of Reina and Paulina Connolly; Lucas, Christian and Sierra Ronollo and Max and Sam Ronollo. Dear sister-in-law of Sister Arlene Ronollo. For Ana, Nothing was more important than her family. She loved to have the family father around her at her home for birthdays, holidays and celebrations. Christmas Eve was an especially joyous time with grandchildren around her and always plenty of home cooked food for everyone to enjoy. She was an accomplished professional chef, but long before she took on that career in her forties, she created great feasts and loved to entertain all who walked into her home. She was greatly involved in the community helping with Lion's Club functions, volunteering as a Girl Scout leader and volunteering at her children's school. She was a native of Panama and instilled a love of Panamanian culture in her children. She was tremendously nurturing and warm hearted. She moved her parents from Panama and cared for their daily needs at the end of their lives. She provided the same loving and nurturing care to her children. Ana loved to laugh and like her father told great stories that sometimes had an edge and always put a smile on your face. We will always be left with the fondest of memories and of her great love for her "familia." she would always care for her grandchildren and prepare special treats for them whenever they visited and they will always remember how she would skin and cut up apples even cook them and sprinkle them with cinnamon when they were little, Through these little loving acts, all her offspring learned loving kindness and affection for one another and for those around them-- her lasting legacy. She was married to and survived by Robert. Their marriage lasted 58 years. They met in Philadelphia when Ana came to the States for college. They complimented each other perfectly. They had a loving and special relationship through ups and downs that continued to strengthen over time. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing Weds. (4/1) 7 to 9 PM and again Thurs. (4/2) 9:30 to 11 AM at the Giosa Funeral Home, 171 Haddon Avenue, West Berlin. Her Funeral Service will be Thurs. 11AM at the Funeral Home. Interment in Gate of Heaven Cem. Berlin. For Ana, Nothing was more important than her family. She loved to have the family father around her at her home for birthdays, holidays and celebrations. Christmas Eve was an especially joyous time with grandchildren around her and always plenty of home cooked food for everyone to enjoy. She was an accomplished professional chef, but long before she took on that career in her forties, she created great feasts and loved to entertain all who walked into her home. She was greatly involved in the community helping with Lion's Club functions, volunteering as a Girl Scout leader and vounteerting at her children's school. She was a native of Panama and instilled a love of Panamanian culture in her children. She was tremendously nurturing and warm hearted. She moved her parents from Panama and cared for their daily needs at the end ofn their lives. She provided the same loving and nurturing care the her children. Ana loved to laugh and like her father told great stories that sometimes had an edge and always put a smile on your face. We will always be left with the fondest of memories and of her great love for her "familia." she would always care for her grandchildren and prepare special treats for them whenever they visited and they willalways remember how she would skin and cut up apples even cook them and sprinkle tham with cinnamon when they were little, Through these little lovng acts, all her offspring learned loving kindness and affection for one another and for those around them-- her lasting legacy. She was married to and survived by Robert. Their marriage lasted 58 years. They met in Philadelphia when Ana came to the States for college. They complimented each other perfectly. they had a lovingand special relationship throung ups and downs that continued to strengthen over time.
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