OBITUARY

Palmira Elda Abronzino

Palmira Elda Abronzino, Resident Of Santa Jose, May 28, 1922 - August 21, 2010 Born in Manciano, Arezzo, Italy to Giuseppe and Assunta Agnoletti came to the United States in 1937 to Hartford, CT before moving to San Jose, CA. Her husband Umberto Abronzino preceded her in death. She was a loving mother to daughter Linda and son Aldo, and to granddaughters Brianne (Ben) Blackford, Jennifer (Rob), McCord, Hayley and Rikki Ruyf, and to great-granddaughters Madeline and Raegan Blackford. She is survived by her only brother Leon (Irma) Agnoletti and brother-in-laws Arthur (Margaret) Abronzino and John (Mary) Abronzino and many nieces and nephews.

A member of the Sons of Italy #1542 for over 50 years, she loved to cook and sew and would help her husband with the soccer games at Watson Park.

Friends are invited to attend Funeral Services 1:30 P.M. Friday, August 27, 2010 at Santa Clara Mission Cemetery (St. Clare's Chapel), 490 Lincoln Street, Santa Clara, Ca.

In lieu of flowers donations can be sent the Alzheimer's Association. Arrangements by Lima Family Erickson Funeral Home, 710 Willow Street, San Jose, Ca.

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Palmira Elda Abronzino

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Dale Swanson

August 27, 2010

Elda, to this day I still smile when I recall growing up and hearing you yell out the front door ALLLDOOOO!!! it could be heard all over the block and always got Aldo running home, most times anyways.... Aldo and Linda, I like many know your feeling of loss, it does get better with time, that I promise. I have find memories of growing up on Settle, times in your house, sneaking sodas and chips in the back yard, getting into trouble, of course me being the youngest I just followed Aldo and Davids lead..
Bless you both, Love, Dale Swanson

Devota Cianci

August 27, 2010

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Lydia Giannini

August 27, 2010

Dear Elda;
Thank you for everything you brought into my life. Your laughter, your spirit, your jokes, your love. I know you are in a better place, a safe world where you feel no pain, you are once again you. Linda and Aldo, we know just how it feels to be without your mom. But I do believe she is happy and whole again. Not trapped like she was on earth. Elda, enjoy your life with the Lord and all who left before you. I love you. Lydia

Newton

August 27, 2010

To the Abronzino family, sorry for your loss, may GOD give you his PEACE, LOVE, and STRENGTH in this time of sorrow.She will always be in your heart. May she R.I.P

August 26, 2010

Hi mom, just wanted you to know how much both Al and I loved you and how grateful we were to have you as our mother. You taught us so much. You made us smile and laugh. I am so grateful for the trips we took and just spending time with you. Now you are resting in God's peace. No more pain and a better quality of life. Love you and will miss you, your loving daugher, Linda

FROM THE FAMILY