Ann Marie Remijan

June 18, 1947November 8, 2020

Ann M. (Wilcynski) Remijan, June18, 1947- November 08, 2020

Daughter of the late John and Josephine (Ciaccio) Wilczynski, daughter-in-law of the late Alexander and Bernice (Binkowski) Remijan. Dear wife of Richard A. Remijan Mother of Julie A. (Randy) Robins, Dr. Anthony J. (Victoria Miller), and Michael (Kelly Wamser). Beloved grandmother of Larry Robins, Kayla, Nathan, Sophia & Evelyn Remijan. Cherished godmother of the late Jo Ann De Luca, Frances Gorak, Victor Ciaccio, Lt. Antoinette Ursitti, CPD, Steven Varey, David Gorak, and Larry Robins.

All services end at conclusion of the Mass. there is no procession to cemetery. Burial private.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Misericordia in the name of Steven Varey would be much appreciated. Online donations may be given at When donating, use "Steven Varey" as the Designated Name and "MFA 6184A" as The Misericordia Family Reference Number.



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Sharon Wise

November 19, 2020

I remember the sweetest most kind women growing up. She was a cousin to our late stepfather Nick Ciaccio. She was always kind to our late mother Nancy Ciaccio (Persino) and me and my siblings Tom, Cathy, Joseph, Nicolas and Victor. She was always smiling and laughing. She made Nick's stepchildren feel welcomed. My thoughts and prayers for her family.

Connie Vitale

November 17, 2020

Oh, how can you be gone? This isn’t right! Some day we will meet again, but knowing you’re not here is painful. Sixty years of wonderful memories of a special friendship, dinners and cruises are racing through my mind. What fun we had!!!!!! Every single time we got together. You hold a special place in my heart forever.

Rest In Peace Dearest Friend.


Lenore Varey

November 16, 2020

Dear Annie,
What a difference you have made in my life and the lives of so many. I will always cherish the good times – when everyone had a nickname, in-laws were out-laws, totes were schlepper bags and Italian slang was common place. I will remember the clanging of our slot machines together in Las Vegas casinos and the Ciaccio reunions with your homemade ravioli and meatballs. Oh the meatballs! No one could come close to making them as good as you - even using your recipe!
But what I will remember most are the many, many times in my life and that of my whole family’s that you were there providing the help, support and love that was so needed. I cannot imagine how we could have made it through life’s most difficult times without you.
You were my confidant, my shoulder to cry on and of course the best Godmother (and adopted Godmother) ever. You will be missed every day but the legacy of love you leave behind will be with us forever.

Angie Cevallos

November 12, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. I was saddened to hear of Annie's sudden passing.
I've known Annie since our freshman year at St. Michael High School. In our senior year, she sat behind me in homeroom since we were seated in alphabetical order.
During the last few years, several of the St. Michael's classmates started meeting quarterly for lunch. We all looked forward to our luncheons to talk about our families, news events, and just enjoy each others' companies.
Rest in peace, Annie. You will be greatly missed.

Elizabeth Jackson

November 12, 2020

Awe...Ann, We can't believe you're gone! It makes our hearts so sad!! We know that you really were not "Our" cousin, but 'kin to our cousin Germaine, but we all felt that in our were that special person who helped to "glue" us together and share our fond family memories!! May you rest easy with comfort and love, knowing that we will carry on, remembering and feeling the joy you have left behind!! We love you sweetheart!!

Jim and Betty Jackson (Germaine's 1st cousins) and always your cousins!!!
P.S. To Rich and kids.... we loved and cherished Ann so very much and will miss her always!!!

Julie Robins

November 11, 2020

Mom, what are we going to do without you?

Joseph Vitale

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Marge Davis

November 11, 2020

From the time we met at St. Michael's High School Ann was full of life. She had such a wonderful sense of humor, always making comments to bring a smile to your face or cause uncontrollable laughter, that happened often. Ann was a leader and a thoughtful organizer. Always making sure every thing and everyone was thoroughly thought about to make the event perfect for all. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and all of us that bear this devastating loss. Rest in Peace, dear Ann, until we meet again.

Josie Grosse

November 11, 2020

Ann was a caring individual in every sense of the word. But more than that - she was a wife, a mother, grandmother and very good friend. Her kindness and generosity knew absolutely no bounds. Many, many words will be said today, tomorrow and for years to come about this beautiful lady, her extraordinary life, the lessons we learned from her example and the many people who are all better for knowing her. I am so grateful and feel blessed for all the memories I have of Ann over the 60 years that I’ve known her. In my heart I know that Heaven is shining even brighter now that it is graced with the presence of our dear Ann. She will be sorely missed! RIP my dear friend.


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