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Wilbur-Romano Funeral Home

615 Main Street, Warren, RI

OBITUARY

Hazel Andreozzi

May 7, 1926August 9, 2020

Hazel (Mello) Andreozzi, age 94, passed away Sunday, August 9, 2020 in her home comforted by her family. She was the wife of the late Louis Andreozzi to whom she was married for 63 before his passing in 2012.

Born in North Providence a daughter of the late Elias and Elizabeth (McKenna) Mello she was a longtime resident of Barrington.

A dedicated and devoted wife and mother, she cared deeply for her family who considered her a master baker and an excellent cook. An avid reader, she was also skilled in math and enjoyed watching old, classic films. She will be missed deeply by all who knew her.

She is survived by her two daughters, Maria Griswold and her husband John and Susan Andreozzi-Hallam and her husband Bill Hallam; one son, Robert Andreozzi and his wife Donna; two sisters, Mary Sousa and Sandra Arrighi; six grandchildren, Heather Brunelli, Stephen Brunelli, Matthew Hallam, Nicole Smith, Jamie Hallam and Lauren Brennan; five great-grandchildren, Noah, Lucas, Aaron, Trinity and Maci; and many nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Joseph, Junior, Louis and Richard Mello, Irene McLaughlin and Delores Goddard.

Due to current restrictions her funeral service and burial will be private.

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Lisa McLaughlin

August 13, 2020

Dear Maria, Susan, Robert and family. So sorry for the loss of your Mom. Do you know that she is the first of "The Sisters"that I met at a family gathering when I first started dating David . This lovely lady was sitting at your Aunty Irene's kitchen table eating this huge bowl of strawberry, chocolate and vanilla ice cream. David introduced me to her and she gave me this most warm gracious smile. What a lovely lady. Our beautiful Sapphire will be truly missed. David, Christa, Andrew, and I send our love and prayers of healing.

Patricia Keefe

August 11, 2020

Mary, although I never met you Mother, I knew she was living across the street. Please accept my sympathies on her passing. I know you were a devoted daughter. Giving up our Mothers is very difficult, but she will be with you in all the memories you have shared.

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