Olga Marie Andreuccetti

December 9, 1911December 28, 2010

Arrangements under the direction of Nicoletti, Culjis & Herberger Funeral Home, Sacramento, CA.


Olga Marie Andreuccetti

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January 25, 2011

So sorry for your families loss. May the "God of comfort" (2 Cor 1:3) provide you with all the necessary support, thru the words contained in his Word that you need at this most difficult time.

Tina Chavez

January 7, 2011

I have such fond and special memories as a child taking drives to the Delta to visit all of my wonderful Andreuccetti family!!! When we would visit Uncle Emelio and Aunt Olga, she always would cook for us and we would always enjoy spending time with her and Uncle Emelio. Such wonderful times and I still can remember. It makes me so happy to be a part of this wonderful and beautiful family!!!
Gene ~ Always hold your Mother in your heart as she will always be there!!! Our love to all of you ~ our thoughts and prayers are with you always and forever. God Bless!
Tina (Andreuccetti) Chavez, Javier Chavez, Dallas Chavez and Dominic Chavez

Pat & Larry Andreuccetti

January 4, 2011

We have such fond memories or our Aunt Olga. What a cook and how she made such great pasta out of one little jar she'd take out of the freezer is beyond us. Her dinners were lucious!!! We also loved her stuffed zucchini--YUM!!!!

There were a couple of pheasant seasons that we went as a family down to walk the fields on their farm in the Delta. We'd come back and Aunt Olga would have dinner started. We always stayed because we loved her cooking!!!

One great memory of Aunt Olga was standing guard at the food tables after funerals because she always made sure that everyone waited for the return of the families who went into Sacramento (St. Mary's Cemetery) for the burial and then come back out to St. Anthony's for the reception following. It took quite a while for the families of the deceased to get into Sacramento and back to Walnut Grove, but she was like the gestapo and made people wait to eat. We totally agreed with her on this note--it's very rude for people to start eating before the grieving family returned.

Gene, what a wonderful son she had in you--you made sure she had everything she needed in the latter years--when she could no longer do a lot of things for herself. You helped her with her garden and with any emergencies that would arise. Mary, you too!!! You were there to take her for doctor appointments and whatever she needed. Aunt Olga always had a place to be for holidays. Being an only child, Gene (and Mary) provided very well for Aunt Olga.

We know there are SO many fond memories of Aunt Olga--everyone loved her to pieces. We all need to share those memories and those of her wonderful husband, Emelio.

What a wonderful blessing to have Aunt Olga here for 99 years, most of which were healthy and found her busy with her church and community activities.

God be with you and hold you close as you deal with this loss.

Love you,

Linda Brown

January 4, 2011

Celebrate your mom's life as well lived. My thoughts and prayers are with you Gene, Mary and family.