Nina P. Anastasio
November 2, 1944 – March 27, 2019
Nina P. Anastasio was born on November 2, 1944 and passed away on March 27, 2019.
- Visitation Monday, April 1, 2019
- Religious Service Tuesday, April 2, 2019
- Interment Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Nina P. Anastasio
April 1, 2019
My first memory of Nina was her taking photos at a BPS meeting. She was the first person to say hello to me and she always made me feel welcome and loved
March 31, 2019
I could write a book about the 40 years of love and friendship Nina had for my Mom, Dad and Sister. She will be reunited with them in Heaven as well as many others that loved her. Nina was Aunt Nina and welcomed me with open arms when I first set foot in the USA in 1975. ,Many birthdays, our high school graduations and four decades of Power Squadron events captured by Ninas professional photography. Decades of Christmas Cards with her elegant writing in calligraphy. Decades of educating the public as a school teacher and boating safety advocate through the Bayside Power Squadron and the United States Power Squadron. Nina was an advocate through her daily actions for woman's rights. Nina was a magnificent elegant and beautiful lady. She was a very very smart lady and very talented. Uncle Guy you now have a powerful and elegant Angel watching over you. My heart goes out to Uncle Guy and all the family. I will never ever forget Nina, all that she did for my Mom, Dad and my sister (may they rest in Peace). ,May God Bless Aunt Nina and May God grant her Eternal Glory and Peace in Heaven
March 30, 2019
BLESS THE GUY AND NINA ANASTASIO FAMILY ON THIS GREAT LOSS.
FROM THE PAN AM WORLD AIRWAYS FAMILY JFK NEW YORK.
M.C. ROSIE AND ANNE ROSENSTEIN
SPRING HILL FLORIDA