1919 - 2011
is with great sadness that we the family inform you of the death of
Angelina Heino, 91 years of Grandview Lodge. Nona passed away
peacefully Friday evening July 22, 2011. Angie was a very loving and
active woman. She enjoyed hosting large family gatherings and her
house was always open to friends. In her younger years, she was a
very good bowler and liked going to Bingo. She loved going to her
boys’ hockey games and cheering them on, her grandsons included.
Mom was a longtime member of St. Agnes Parish, fifty-six year member
of the CWL and had a special devotion to St. Jude which she shared
with anyone in need. On February 8, 1941 she married Waino
(Wieners) Heino and they had four children; June Piccolo, Jim (Pat)
Heino, Ron (Margaret) Heino, John (JP) (Kerin) Heino. She is
survived by one sister Phil Besignano and three sisters-in-law;
Regina Besignano, Aili Arnott, Toronto, Helga Nowak, Scarborough.
She is survived by 11 grandchildren, Tina Pruys (Andy), Jamie
Piccolo (Lori), Tammy Cramer (Randy), Robbie Piccolo (Bobbi), Carrie
Napolitano (Peter) Australia, Katie Biasiol (Gino), Michael Heino
(Kerry), Joanna Power (Michael), Chris Heino (Trisha), Kevin Heino,
California, John Heino (Julia); 17 great-grandchildren and seven
great-great-grandchildren. Also survived by her cousins the
Bisignano Family. She was born in the East End of Fort William, on
November 22, 1919. She was the daughter of Dominic and Ursala Rose
Besignano. Predeceased by her parents, her husband Waino, infant
son John Dominic, son-in-law Aldo Piccolo, sisters Mary Valvasori
and Rose Scopel, brothers Joe, (Jean), Frank (Cecelia), Louis, John
(Yvonne) Besignano and infant grandson, Christopher John.
will be Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. at St. Agnes Church.
Funeral services will be held
on Tuesday, July 26, 2011,
when family and
friends will gather for Funeral
Mass at 11 a.m.
St. Agnes Church celebrated by
Rev. James Panikulam. Services will be complete in the church with
cremation to follow. Final
interment will take place at a later date in the family plot at St.
If friends so desire, in
lieu of flowers, memorials to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the
Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated.
A tree will be
planted in memory of Angelina Heino in the Blake Funeral Chapel
Memorial Grove. Annual dedication service Sunday, June 10, 2012.