Palm Northwest Mortuary & Cemetery

6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV


Antoinette Pisano

3 mai , 194320 janvier , 2020
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Antoinette Pisano est né(e) le 3 mai , 1943 à Brooklyn, New York et est décédé(e) le 20 janvier , 2020 à Henderson, Nevada.


  • Jack Pesce, Father (deceased)
  • Rose Pesce, Mother (deceased)
  • Joseph Pisano, Son (deceased)
  • Janeen Walsh, Daughter
  • Andrew Walsh, Son-in-law
  • Emma Walsh, Granddaughter
  • Lorraine Graulich, Sister
  • Carmine Pesce, Brother (deceased)
  • Phyllie Santoro, Sister (deceased)
  • Alfred Pesce, Brother (deceased)
  • Carmela Pesce, Sister-in-law


  • Visitation lundi, 27 janvier , 2020
  • Funeral Service lundi, 27 janvier , 2020
  • Committal Service lundi, 27 janvier , 2020


Antoinette Pisano


Dorothy Russo

26 janvier , 2020

Dear cousin, I miss you so much . I remember all the laughs we had on the phone at night. I will always remember you saying every time I called “ make it fast” . Also you always telling me to put the same channel on, and asking me if I had the dish. I’ll be talking to Jackie now she sure makes me laugh, and talking to her will make me think of you, and bring back memories. I will always have you in my heart , I’ll will never forget you. I love you cousin Ann, RIP ❤️🙏

Andrea Castellano

26 janvier , 2020

I will Always remember you Antoinette, any time I would come across the street sit on your bricks out front and talk..and how you always tried to get me to marry your son Joseph 💗 You are now reunited with him and I'm sure so happy once again 🙏💖 I can't wait to feel that myself as I know exactly what that loss is like 💔 Maybe you will meet my son Danny too. A lot of good memories from back then ❤ Rest In Peace u were always missed 💞💞

Roseann Stashin

26 janvier , 2020

So many favorite memories. From Aunt Antoinette telling me how she would tell me to sing in my high chair. Getting cards with SWAK on the return. To surprising her with $ to repair her car without her knowing. To driving to SI on a holiday taking 3 hours in traffic. To visiting her in Florida when she was selling Italian ices. You will be missed, you have been loved. A wonderful Aunt and Godmother. Say hello to my parents 😊. I will see you again. I love you.

Maria Pesce

26 janvier , 2020

My dearest Aunt Ann
I will miss you so much. all The funny story’s you used to tell all of us. Our family has been forever changed. I miss you so much and I love you dearly ❤️❤️❤️

Jackie Hoadley

26 janvier , 2020

“Stormy Weather” sure has hit our family hard. Auntie Ann, you will be missed so much, I’ll never forget the special memories we had together. I love you❤️

Anthony Santoro

26 janvier , 2020

Rest easy my aunt. Watch over our family and fly high.

Sami Contreras

26 janvier , 2020

My dear aunt misty - i miss you so much already. Our family will never be the same without you. You always made us laugh and smile. I hope you are dancing in the kingdom of heaven with all of our loved ones who have left before us. I love you so much. And I will forever carry your memory in my heart.

Karen Whitmarsh

25 janvier , 2020

Beautiful Ann, we have been blessed for you to be part of our lives for the past 14 years. Tu eri il piccolo Donna di Italiano chi era molto bella e spassosa. You enlighten any soul you met with your humor and kindness. You let us create the most memorable moments with you and for that I don’t only consider you as a friend but as family because only family could bring the joy you brought to us. Ti amo tanto! - Sky

Rae & Jim Tucci

24 janvier , 2020

Dear Pisano Family, We are deeply sorry for the loss of Antionette, we have lots of good memories from Amsterdam Ave. May she rest in peace with her family. God Bless you all.. Love Rae & Jim

Giacomo Pesce

22 janvier , 2020

God saw you were getting tired and a cure was not to be, so HE put his arms around you and said “ Come with me”.

Sorry to hear of this loss

Cousin Jackie and Ted!💕



Antoinette Pisano, age 76 of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away peacefully on January 20, 2020 at her daughter’s home surrounded by her family. Antoinette was born in The Brooklyn Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. She was the daughter of Rose and Giacomo Pesce. She was raised in Brooklyn with her siblings, Carmine, Alfred, Phyllis and Lorraine. She graduated from Prospect Heights High School in June of 1960. Antoinette moved to Staten Island for many years before moving to Las Vegas in 2000. Antoinette worked in the gaming industry as a cashier and attendant but she was most proud of her own business “My Cousin Vinnie’s Café” in Sarasota, Florida. In her spare time she enjoyed watching old movies and singing. Her granddaughter, Emma was the light of her life and in retirement she got to spend a lot of time with Emma. Antoinette’s faith was important and she was a member of St Francis of Assissi. Antoinette enjoyed traveling to her favorite places, Mount Airy Lodge / Pocono’s and Florida. Antoinette is survived by her daughter, Janeen Walsh; her son in law, Andrew Walsh; her granddaughter, Emma Walsh; her sister, Lorraine Graulich; her nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her son, Joseph Pisano; her parents, Giacomo and Rose Pesce; her sister, Phyllis Santoro and her brothers, Alfred and Carmine Pesce. A Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, January 27, 2020 at 10:00AM at Palm Northwest Mortuary with interment to follow at Palm Northwest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family would like donations to be made to Antoinette’s favorite cause the Epilepsy Foundation. When donations are made please be sure to reference the donation In Remembrance of Antoinette Pisano https://donate.epilepsy.com/donate