Ann Aiello

July 13, 1924May 5, 2019

Ann Aiello, age 94, of Paramus, New Jersey passed away on Sunday May 5, 2019. Ann was born July 13, 1924 in Jersey City. She was raised in Fairview before moving to Union City where she lived for most of life. Ann was a secretary for Duro Test Lighting Co. in North Bergen where she worked in her early years. She also worked as a Librarian Assistant at Hudson School in Union City. Ann was a loving homemaker and mother.

Ann was the beloved wife of the late Louis Aiello and the devoted mother of Amy Swiers and Andrew Aiello. She was the loving grandmother of Emily and Jason Swiers as well as the dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. She was also predeceased by her six brothers and sisters; Frank, Nicholas, Lena, Angeline, William and Daniel.

The funeral will be on Saturday 5/11/19 at 9:30am at the Leber Funeral Home in Union City, NJ. The interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery. The visitation will be on Friday 5/10/19 from 4 to 8pm.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Aiello family.


  • Visitation Friday, May 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 11, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, May 11, 2019


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Joyce McGeough

May 9, 2019

My memories of Aunt Anna begin way back in my childhood. She was the youngest sister of my father, Nicholas Di Corcia. At the age of five I was the flower girl in her and Uncle Lou's wedding. Since my grandmother lived with her, I often had sleepovers, which I rarely did with others because I was always home sick. I grew up with her, she was my "girlfriend", we talked for hours on the phone especially when I was a teen. Many a New Year's Eve when I was babysitting she would call me and we would "watch the ball on TV". As soon as I got my license, I would often hop in my car and drive to Union City for a visit. She was always there. We laughed, we cried, we went to movies and cried some more. I got married...she was there; I had children...she was there. The years slipped by and I tried to be there for her. She said recently that she saw her Mom, everyone, they were waiting. I believe that they were and now they are together once again. Thank you Lord! Amen.

Tara Miles

May 9, 2019

I have fond memories of my great Aunt Anna from decorating Easter eggs on Good Friday, trips to Wildwood, the goodies she brought from the bakery, and teaching me to play the piano. I know she held a special place in my mom’s heart and I pray she is at peace with the Lord and with the rest of her family.

Denise DeJesus (DiCorcia)

May 9, 2019

My family and I have so many great memories of "Aunt Anna" so it would be very difficult to choose one. I am the daughter of her brother, Daniel. The two of them were very close since they were the two youngest siblings. I remember many wonderful times spent with Aunt Anna, Uncle Lou, my cousins Amy and Andrew, and Aunt Angie and Uncle Ray, who lived upstairs in their Union City home. We spent many memorable hours together when she visited us. She was like a second grandmother to my daughters. Along with my own father and my mother, Ruth, Aunt Anna will always be at the top of the list of those whom I dearly miss.