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Annette M. Covolo-Williams - 69

9/15/1950 - 9/8/2020

New York, New York

Annette M. Covolo-Williams. Age 69. Longtime New York resident formerly of Chicago’s Historic Pullman Neighborhood. Graduate from Pullman School and Fenger High School in 1968. Graduated from University of Wisconsin in Banking where she met her husband. Worked at the Pullman Bank for over 20 years. In 1991 she moved to New York City and worked as an Executive Administrator to the Dean of Weill Cornell Medical College. Wife for 30 years of Raymond Williams. Mother of Donna Marie (Fred) Austin and Jeffrey Frank (Judy) Williams. Grandmother of Daniel Mayer, Jeffrey Scott (Miriam) Mayer, John Harley Austin, Matthew Raymond Williams, Darian Nicole Williams, Joshua Cole Williams and John Stephen Williams. Great grandmother of Luna Mayer. Daughter of the late Elda nee Montresor and Mario Covolo. Sister of the Lawrence (Marge) Covolo, Kenneth (Rosalie) Covolo, the late James Covolo and Paul Covolo. Special aunt to many nieces and nephews. Dear friend of many. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W 14th St (US Rt 30, 3 blks E of Western Ave), Chicago Heights on Wednessday September 16, 2020 from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Services at funeral home Thursday 10:00 AM. Committal services 11:15 am Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Worth. Info 708-481-9230 and panozzobros.com.

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6 Comments

  • Barb Chlipala

    on 09/14/20

    You will be missed by many friends and family.  Someday we will all meet again.  Rest In Peace dear friend!

  • Michael Mcgrath Sr.

    on 09/15/20

    May you rest in peace God Bless you and gonna miss you! Mike

  • Mike Greco

    on 09/15/20

    A life well lived!  Rest in Peace! Mike

  • Elaine Spinato

    on 09/15/20

       

    Annette  Your were an angel to everyone who knew you.  I will miss you very, very much and I will keep you in my heart always.

    With Love your godmother, Elaine.  

  • Serena Covolo

    on 09/15/20

    I still can't believe that you are gone. I have always known you were fightin a though enemy, but you seemed to be thougher and I always hope you were going to make it. You were a "ray" of sunshine Annette, and a real trooper. You always treated me like a family member, and your kindness and friendship will never be forgotten. I hope you now have all the answers we were not able to find out from that ancestry kit. My father Diego, my mom Bruna and I, send our deepest condolences to the Williams/Covolo family. Arrivederci, amica mia.
  • Raymond Williams

    on 09/27/20

    You were the best person I ever met and I will love you every second of the rest of my life. I miss you so very much. I hope that you're reunited with all who departed before you, especially Jimmy. Please put in that good word for me. Love always, your NYBBER

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