Kaul Funeral Home

27830 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI


Antonette Rose Aiosa

12 mai , 192420 janvier , 2020

Antonette R. Aiosa, age 95 passed away January 20, 2020. Antonette was a “Rosie the Riveter” during WWII. She enjoyed arts and crafts; she made beautiful lap blankets for our veterans. She also enjoyed bowling. Beloved wife of the late Mario Aiosa. Loving mother of Lucy (Richard) Zalewa, Mario (Karen) Aiosa and Dennis Aiosa. Proud grandmother of Brian (April) Aiosa, Dominic Aiosa, Julia (Frank) Cataldi and Matthew (Mallory) Zalewa and great-grandmother of Mason, Cora, Della and Michael. Dearest sister of Doris Bitel and Joe (Lena) Cristodero. Antonette is predeceased by her siblings Marian Lanckriet, Gloria Ponzio, Mildred Cristodero, Frank Cristodero and Mae Higgins. Visitation Sunday, January 26, 2020, from 3pm until at 8pm at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Avenue, Roseville. Funeral will be Monday, January 27, 2020 in state at 10:30am until time of funeral mass at 11am at St. Pio Parish, 18720 13 E Thirteen Mile Rd. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Capuchins Soup Kitchen, 1820 Mt Elliott St, Detroit, MI 48207. Please share a memory with the family on Antonette’s online guestbook.


  • The late Mario Aiosa, Husband
  • Lucy (Richard) Zalewa, Daughter
  • Mario (Karen) Aiosa, Son
  • Dennis Aiosa, Son
  • Brian (April) Aiosa, Grandchild
  • Dominic Aiosa, Grandchild
  • Julia (Frank) Cataldi, Grandchild
  • Matthew (Mallory) Zalewa, Grandchild
  • Mason, Cora, Della and Michael, Great Grandchildren
  • Doris Bitel, Sister
  • Joe (Lena) Cristodero, Brother
  • Antonette is predeceased by her siblings Marian Lanckriet, Gloria Ponzio, Mildred Cristodero, Frank Cristodero and Mae Higgins.


  • Visitation dimanche, 26 janvier , 2020
  • In state lundi, 27 janvier , 2020
  • Funeral Mass lundi, 27 janvier , 2020


Antonette Rose Aiosa


Janice Ponzio Berger

24 janvier , 2020

Dear Auntie Ann, A very special lady,
as a child and spending the night at your home was fun, so good to me,I remember Lucy and me had blue PJ's
and you took our pictures in the kitchen
we matched the walls,oh yes! they were the kind that had foot slippers attached hee hee hee! You were always a pleasure to see,I loved visiting you.
I remember photos of you and my mom
dressing alike and you looked like twins.
My mom and you were so close,along with Lucy and myself nearly the same age. I'll never forget you dear Auntie,
say hello to my dad and mom,your sister, Gloria,I miss them so .

Ida Higgins

21 janvier , 2020

My sweet wonderful aunt you will be missed I remember when I was a young girl she use to take care of me and my brother at her home when my mother was so sick there was a drug store at my corner my aunt and my mom loved going to that store it was like a small Hallmark it is called Cassidy drug store her and my mother went there together my fell in love with this blue lamp she put it on layaway tell it was paid off and when my mom was ill ready to pass away she gave it to my Aunt Ann to keep cuz she liked it so much and they both picked it out together
And now there together again
You will be missed so much

Sandi Breuninger

21 janvier , 2020

LucyAnn Mario and Dennis..
Our deepest heartfelt sorrow for your loss Aunt Ann was my mothers sister in law married to Mario my mom's brother. She was a sweet sassy lady who made us laugh when the "Detroit" family came to New York as my uncle would say.. love my cousins and wish them peace and love as they share family memories and know she's with her love SandiRichKeith

Brenda Mendoza

21 janvier , 2020

Mario, LucyAnn and Dennis:
I am so very sorry for your loss of your beautiful mother and my beautiful Auntie Ann. I have so many wonderful memories of her! And all of you too my dear cousins! I always loved visiting her and uncle Mario and all of you when I was a little girl! And Tina the chihuahua !!! So fierce! I just LOVED staring at their beautiful wedding picture that they hung in their home. They were both so incredibly gorgeous that I always hoped I would have as beautiful and romantic a wedding day as they had! She was the most doting, caring, sweetest, loving mother and wife I have ever met in my entire life! She was such a great teacher about everything! She always had something to share about what she learned and would pass it on. I had so much admiration for her and loved her so much it hurts my heart that she is gone now. She was the absolute funniest out of all her sisters ( my Mom is a very close second!) and I would cry laughing hysterical all the time when they got together to chat! She could have given Carol Burnett a good run on her show she was the best! My prayers are for all of you to feel peace and abundant love during this sensitive time in your family. God bless you all and much love to each of you!
Love, your cousin Brenda and Rey Mendoza