Our treasured mother entered heaven’s gate to be reunited with her loving husband Peter on the early hours of Saturday, September 3, 2016.

Angelina passed away peacefully in her 91st year with her dear daughter Marisa at her side. Loving mother of Antoinette and Tony Provenzano, Marisa Beltrano and Michael and Melanie Gualtieri. Proud grandmother (Mammamamma) of her grandchildren: Rosangela Panzarino (Mike), Anthony Provenzano (Sheila), John Beltrano Jr. (Nancy), Kevin Beltrano (Natalie), Tracey Beltrano, Peter, Michael and Adam Gualtieri. Adored great grandmother of Michael & Anthony Panzarino; Emelia, Luca & Angelina Beltrano, and Roberto Provenzano. Predeceased by her parents Leonardo and Giuseppina Martino. Her brothers and sisters Francesco, Marietta, Amalia, Teresa, Salvatore, Assunta, Concetta, Adelina, and Fifina; mother and father-in-law Antonietta and Michele Gualtieri and her adored sister-in-law (Sr.) Madre Caterina Gualtieri. Special aunt of many nieces and nephews from out of town and Ugo Lepera (Rita), and Rita Chilelli (Tony) from Sault Ste. Marie and her brother-in-law Nicola Chilelli.

Angelina was a very humble, kind, religious lady, totally devoted to her family. She loved to garden, cook and bake to feed anybody that entered her kitchen. Her sweet smile and gentle manner are etched in the hearts of all of us. We feel blessed to have had her with us for so many years. She will never be forgotten.

Friends may call at the Arthur Funeral Home & Cremation Centre on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 from 9:30 am until 12 noon. Funeral mass to be celebrated from St. Veronica’s Church (559 Douglas St.) at 1 pm. Rev. Ron Ambeault officiating. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Mausoleum.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Algoma Residential Community Hospice (ARCH) or St. Veronica Church would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks to the doctors who cared for Angelina, especially Dr. Mario Febbraro and Dr. Spadafora. Our special gratitude to the wonderful nurses and PSW’s of 3rd floor Driftwood, F.J. Davey Home, especially Melinda, Amanda, Jackie, and Michelle who cared for our mother with love and respect.

You were so special to her right to the end. God bless you all.

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