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Draper Mortuary

811 North Mountain Ave, Ontario, CA

OBITUARY

Ann Coniglio

July 19, 1927September 5, 2019

Ann Coniglio was born on July 19, 1927 and passed away on September 5, 2019.

Services

23 September

Visitation

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Draper Memorial Chapel

811 N. Mountain Ave.
Ontario, CA

24 September

Funeral Service

1:00 pm

Draper Memorial Service

811 N. Mountain Ave.
Ontario, CA

24 September

Interment

Bellevue Memorial Park

1240 West G. St.
Ontario, CA

Memories

Ann Coniglio

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Ssuan Caprio

September 15, 2019

I will always remember Ann from my first visit to California, when we stayed at her home. She was welcoming and wonderful. About 15 years ago while visiting CA my exhusband and I stayed in her home, and once again she was a fun and gracious host. She and my grandma had such fun together during the first visit, and it was nice to know I still had that connection to my grandmother through her. I know how much she meant to the entire Coniglio and Mazzeo clans. Rest in Peach Ann, have fun with everyone in heaven.

Heather Huisar

September 14, 2019

Mrs. Coniglio lived life to its fullest! I loved when she would come over for the Holidays because I knew she would have great stories about her adventures. She was so proud of her family and will be greatly missed by all. May her memory will live forever in our hearts.

Hilary Sanchez

September 14, 2019

Ann was a very kind person and lit up the room every time we saw her! My favorite memories of Ann were when she would talk about Richard.. and call him her Richie. She was the most proud mom and I loved it!

Sherri Rivera

September 13, 2019

Mrs.Coniglio will always be in my heart. She was always happy and full of life! I loved having her over for Thanksgiving dinner with Richard and Patty! She will continue to be a inspiration to us all to live life to the fullest and to stay young in mind and sole!
With love, Sherri Rivera

Sandy Platz

September 13, 2019

My family first met Ann when I was a little girl, close to 60 years ago. She never changed being the kind, fun, happy person that I first recall meeting. Over the many years she was always so positive and willing to lend a hand to help in anyway. I recall as a young girl, having my little suitcase packed, unbeknownst to her, so that I could spend the weekend with her and her family. She didn't hesitate to make me feel welcomed and even made her Spaghetti Aglio e Olio, that I loved. She has been a constant friend to my 91-year old mother, Lucy, over the 60+ years and always so uplifting. She will be missed and always fondly remembered by all that knew her.

Mike & Fran Pollice

September 10, 2019

Although I live on the other side of the country I've always carried my Aunt Annie in my heart. I will always remember her beautiful smile and the kindness of her heart. Heaven has truly gained a saint. Our hearts and prayers are with all of you at this time of sorrow, but we can rejoice knowing that one day we will all be together again.

Jill Footitt

September 9, 2019

Ann and I met about 10 years ago at Mountain Lakes RV Resort. She just came over and introduced herself as we were camping across from each other. Ann was the friendliest person I had ever met and always had a smile on her face. I remember immediately taking to her and invited her to share a meal. After that we exchanged numbers and spoke on and off about twice a year for a few years as we both worked and had busy lives. I remember her telling me that her son was bringing up the camper and she asked if I was going to be there. Unfortunately my life got so busy with my kids that we weren't able to camp for about 2 years and that's when we lost touch. She was an amazing woman and will always be remembered. Deepest Condolences to her family , She will forever be in your hearts.

Richard Coniglio

September 7, 2019

Mom, I love you! I will always cherish the kiss on the cheek, you gave me as I left your house, the day before your stroke.
I will miss the 11 PM calls to you to say goodnight, and miss you saying God willing I'll talk to you tomorrow. I will miss our Sunday pasta lunch/dinners that you always made, and the buffets that you love to eat at. We are going to miss you very much.

Rita Boyer

September 6, 2019

My deepest condolence and sympathies to the family of Ann Coniglio.
Rita Boyer Richard ‘s neighbor