Anne Brigid Olivotto
11 December, 1927 – 7 January, 2021
Slipped away peacefully on January 7th.
She will be remembered as an angel on earth. Her family was her joy. She leaves her husband of 66 years, Ivo Olivotto, her seven children (Pino, Ivo, Carmelita, Yolanda, Mike, Sonia, Laura), their spouses, 13 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren, all of whom benefit from her loving legacy. Family, neighbours and friends were drawn to her gentle, attentive, caring spirit. She welcomed all to her Cordova Bay home with open arms, grace and wonderful, family-favorite meals! While raising her family, she worked for many years in government. Throughout her life she was generous with her time, wisdom and knowledge while nurturing her growing family and volunteering with community organizations. She is greatly missed. Her quiet, calm way will be emulated by so many. We love you Mamma, Granny, Anne.
Thank you to all her thoughtful caregivers.
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Anne Brigid Olivotto
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20 January 2021
Dear Pino and Family
I am so sorry to hear of your much loved Momma's passing and hope that all of your wonderful memories help you through this difficult time.
With sincere condolences,
Cathy (nee Dye)
Wendy & Jim Clapp
15 January 2021
We send our deepest sympathy to the Olivotto family especially Anne's husband Ivo. We were blessed to be the tenants of Anne & Ivo's in 1966 when Jim was at University & I was teaching.What a thoughtful and kind lady Anne was to us. It was our 1st year of marriage & I honestly have to thank the whole family for showing us what a great marriage looks like.The children were so happy ! I don't know how Anne did it, Yes she was an Angel! It was such a very special time for us. Thank you from the bottom & our hearts. Thank you so much . May you know we send our love & sympathy to you all.
13 January 2021
Thank you to Anne Olivotto's care givers at Oak Bay Lodge 3MSC Oct 30, 2006 - July 2020; and at the Summit July 2020 - January 7, 2021. Thank you also to the activity folks and social work. The kitchen staff she interacted with daily are remembered for their positive outlook and kindness. Anne thought highly of those with whom she interacted. Thank yobu for treating her respectfully and with dignity.