OBITUARY

Agnes Ann Siravo

October 7, 1938December 30, 2020

Agnes A. (DiMeo) Siravo, 82, formerly of North Providence passed away December 30, 2020 at home. Born on October 7, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Gerard and Anna (DeCesare) DiMeo.

Agnes was a graduate of Mount Pleasant High School. She was a bookkeeper for A&A Acoustics, Inc., North Providence, for forty-three years. She also retired from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Agnes enjoyed spending time with her six grandchildren, and best known for her delicious doughboys and pizzelles. Agnes was a die-hard New York Yankee fan.

Agnes was the mother of MaryAnn Sanders, Stacey Mancino, and Jamie Perrotti. She was the grandmother of Ashlee, PJ, Cara, Michael, Domenic, and Christopher. Agnes was the sister of the late Gerard DiMeo Jr., and former wife of James E. Siravo, of forty-three years.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, January 30, 2021 at 10a.m. in St Ann Church, 280 Hawkins Street, Providence, Rhode Island. Her burial will be private.

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30 January

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Claire Puleo

January 19, 2021

Love to all the family,
We are very sorry you lost a special loving Mom, who loved her family with all her heart. It is difficult when they leave us, but remember she is with our God with no more pain. She will always be alive in our hearts. My parents were Aggies Godmother, she was always special to our family. She passed on my Mom's birthday. May she rest in peace with all her family. Sent with our love, Claire & Steve

Angelique Mucci

January 19, 2021

Mare, Cara, and Christopher,
I write this with tears in my eyes. I still can't believe Aggie is gone. My heart breaks for you. I loved Aggie like a Mom. I am Grateful to have such wonderful memories of her. She will forever be in our hearts. May your mind rest easy that she is in Heaven watching over her loved ones. I love you guys and am here if you need me!

MaryAnn Famiano

January 16, 2021

I am so sorry. Aggie was so special. She put everyone before herself. Always remember she loved you all. May she Rest In Peace. With deepest sorrow, MaryAnn Famiano

DAWN RUSSO

January 16, 2021

Maryann, Cara, and Christopher
Beama and I are so sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Aggie was the best! and was truly happy when she was spending time with you all. she would light up a room with her smile.
Rest In Peace
we love you

Dawn and Beama



Linda and Richard Mcniel

January 10, 2021

Maryann
Our sincere condolences to your family.
Your mom was very loved. You have been a wonderful caring attentive daughter. There is a special place in heaven for both of you.

Love
Linda and Richard Mcniel

Patti & Carl DeSanto

January 10, 2021

Jaime and family our deepest sympathy on the passing of your mom our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.

Joseph Mennella family Mennella family

January 10, 2021

We are very sorry for your loss,losing a parent is never easy,but your mother was very loving,and careing,person! She'll be miss bye all how new her. She is now in peace GOD BLESS. The Mennella family.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

Bette Bisci

January 9, 2021

Dear Maryann. I was so sorry to hear of your Mom passing. She was a wonderful person and I will never forget how we both got so involved when you girls were at Birchwood because of the long term sub. When I saw you last at St,Augustine you did say she had failed. I am no longer at St. Augustine, I am with Father Brice at St. Michaelโ€™s. Be assured she will be in my prayers and I hope your memories will help at this time

Marie Esposito

January 8, 2021

Dear MaryAnn & Family,
Sal & I was deeply saddened to hear of Mom's passing. We will cherish all the great memories we had . She was a loving, caring, friend.
Deepest Sympathies to you & your Family
Sal & Marie Esposito

Janice Capaldi Pontarelli

January 8, 2021

To all the family that mourn the loss of Agnes, my sincere condolences. I went to school with Agnes and would enjoy each time we met one another in town throughout the years. I remember her sweet and caring ways. May she rest in eternal peace.

FROM THE FAMILY