Viola M. Ciranna

August 4, 1925October 5, 2019

Viola M. Ciranna was born on August 4, 1925 and passed away on October 5, 2019.


  • Funeral Service Monday, October 14, 2019


Viola M. Ciranna

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Paula Sirowich

October 14, 2019


I will miss you at Christmas dinner and I will miss you coming into my condo "Paula !!! Why don't you ever relax???!!" I will miss the hours you spent keeping me company when I was spring cleaning!

I loved hearing your memories and stories. You helped me as a mother when I was feeling down or doubtful - always with a story that lifted me up.

You were always so beautifully dressed - even if it was just to walk around Dela Park - with red lipstick and the most fabulous red hat which you kept on your entry table. Your closet was organized by colors... I just loved that!

I'm so blessed to have spent your 94th birthday with you. It is a great last memory ~ dinner on your lanai, cake, and a glass of wine, while you tried to convince me that you were still 90!

I miss you Vi and am so happy that you were part of my life!


Terri DiRosa Barchuk

October 11, 2019

Dear Aunt Vi
I will miss you and our weekly phone calls.
Your caring and stories made me laugh.
One of my favorite Christmas gifts was the Toni doll you gave me.
Thank you for sending me Grandma's trousseau I will treasure that and the memories we shared.
You were something so special.
Im so glad for the time we had together.
Jim got a kick out of your eneregy and lust for life when we visisted you in Florida.
You indeed were "The Miss Fifth Avenue" of the family
You had a great life and now you can rest in peace in heaven

Michele Brzozowski

October 7, 2019

Our friendship began at the pool at Dela Park. She would come down with a large hat, flower on the side. She would remark she was the oldest at the pool; and still had the best legs... and she was right!!
When she went out, to the store, Drs or restaurant, she ALWAYS looked like a million bucks. I would tease her and say say she looked like Gina Lolabridgeda!! She would laugh...I will miss my Italian friend. I am glad she came into my life!!