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Silvana Maria Anna Kocher

6 novembre 192513 juin 2021
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We regret to announce the passing of Silvana Kocher of Aston Gardens on June 13, 2021. She is survived by 3 of her 5 children David, Daniel and Andrew, while being predeceased by her sons Stephen and Gregory. She is also survived by 9 Grandchildren and 7 Great-Grandchildren.

Silvana was born Silvana Maria Anna Rigacci on November 6th in 1925 at 0:30 after midnight and passed at the same time on June 13th of 2021. She died of natural causes.

Silvana grew up in Florence, where her father owned a store selling art supplies. She spent her early years scampering across the countryside of Tuscany and playing in the Boboli Gardens, behind the Pitti Palace. During World War Two, she met Warrant Officer Arthur E. Robinson Jr., in Florence, in the Piazza San Marco. She came to the US with him.

Silvana was naturalized as an American citizen in 1948. She raised her family of 5 boys while living in Arlington, Massachusetts and had a very successful seamstress business. She spent her summers on Martha’s Vineyard until she moved down to Naples permanently. She considered Aston Gardens as her home for the past 15-20 years and had many friends there.

Silvana loved playing card games as well as Mahjong or the Lottery and particularly loved going to the big Casinos in Las Vegas, Mississippi, Alabama and Immokalee. Silvana loved everyone and was loved by anyone that met her. She had charm, intelligence and empathy and will be missed by everyone.

There will be a Memorial Service held at Hodges Funeral Home on August 7 (Saturday) at 3:00 PM.

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ANDREW ROBINSON

6 juillet , 2021

Mom loved the movies, had ever since her youth when she watched American gangster movies from her window. She instilled that love in me, and together we saw many great films. Her laugh was wonderful to hear, as when we watched "What's Up, Doc?" and she sniffled through the end of "Terms of Endearment". Now there are certain movies I can't watch or even think about without being carried back to my youth and sitting with her in a theater.

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