Tina Marie Cagnana

December 4, 1970May 4, 2018

Cagnana, Tina Marie, 47, of Deerfield Beach, passed away suddenly May 4, 2018. Tina was born in Bellefounte, Pennsylvania on December 4, 1970. Tina loved all Pittsburgh sports teams, especially Steelers Football. She spent her free time reading books on the beach or riding a motorcycle. Godiva Chocolate was one of her favorite indulgences. She did not like to cook, but she definitely like to eat. When she walked into a room, people would naturally gravitate to her. She was like a "Social Butterfly". Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Luca Cagnana, daughters, Isabella and Francesca Cagnana, Ali Matos, father, Kenneth Fisher, brothers, Brian Tramontina, Tony Boone and grandchild, Ariel Matos. A Celebration of Life Service will be held Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 1:00pm at Church by the Glades - Evans Chapel, 400 Lakeview Drive, Coral Springs, FL


  • Celebration of Life Service Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Tina Marie Cagnana

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Dori (just like the fish in Finding Nemo) Rubin

May 17, 2018

Tina, my dear, I know you are never far from me and even though I don't see you, I feel your presence and know when you're sending me twistedly funny messages. Straight shooters, as we are, you made every day at work better by either cracking me up (those "secret" emails were priceless), supporting me when I was down, rejoicing with me when something good came our way, sharing your Godiva Chocolates with me, and being my sister in our strong commitment to helping those in need whether or not they had "good" insurance - or any insurance at all for that matter. Yes, for us, it was never about the money but so much more. Here on earth, you were pure love so I know you're hanging with my parents, (watch out for my dad - although he is totally in love with my mother - he is a smooth Italian and incurable flirt with an incredible sense of sarcastic humor). You will see my dogs, Fury and Sweetie, too, as well as the multitudes of angels we both knew were watching over us. Selfishly, I will miss our marathon Friday night calls - something I looked forward to since leaving WS, KP, RA. But, I am also extremely grateful that you are now added to my group of personal guardian angels. Lord knows I need all the help I can get. Tina, I know that someday I will see the twinkle in a young person's eye, hear that infectious laugh and realize that your soul has returned to bring even more joy to this earth. Until we meet again, my sister, thank you for the love and laughter.

Tami Walker

May 11, 2018

Tina and my brother, Larry Webb, were the best of friends. I met Tina through their friendship. One of my favorite things to recall about Tina is her sense of humor. She always shared hilarious stories and thoughts.

Ivy Barish

May 10, 2018

I have only known Tina a short while but I loved her. She had this infectious laugh that would just cheer me up on a bad day. Every time she was bored at work she would find different ways to bother me. I would ask her what she wanted and she said nothing, "I am bored, so I am bothering you" I will certainly miss that. The world lost a wonderful person. Tina, Rest In Peace. You will be forever missed.

Donald Tadduni

May 8, 2018

To the woman that gave me everything and did everything for me I will always love you till the day I perish from this Earth

Ambermarie Noland

May 7, 2018

Tina was a wonderful person and I am honored to call her my friend. From the office cracking jokes all day, that laugh of hers always got me. From being to loud when we thought we were quite, all that damm chocolate she would make me eat when I was haven a ruff day, to the coffee switch offs in the mornings, to random check ins with me to make sure I was ok. I will forever miss my friend . Love you Tina

Lynda Langan

May 7, 2018

I have always and will always love Tina, no matter what. She is my only daughter. Nothing can change that.