Aunt Scotti was my rock. She was my mother’s best friend. She became a mother figure to me years after the passing of my mom.
She was strong, smart, very talented. She was extremely opinionated but always truthful Her faith was inspiring to me.
She was a huge part of my life and my sister’s. Our husbands were her loves. They helped care for her in many ways dice she came back to New Jersey.
I will miss her presence but I know she is at peace and in the arms of our Lord.
Life lead us down separate paths but we were always there for each other when it mattered. Sisters to the end through good times and bad times. Keeping our promise to mom to care and support each other thru life’s journeys.
Love, your little sister Jenny
Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Scotti has always been very special to me. Even though she was my Godmother, she was more of a Grandmother to me since lost my Grandmother at the age of three. Always full of advice, Scotti was also generous with her time and talents. I spent many summers, weeks, and holidays with Scotti ( and Uncle Frank). They took me to work in their New York City office in the summers, giving me my first experience in the work force. Scotti was a talented seamstress. She made many dresses, hats, and coats for me and my daughter. She was also a woman of great faith. Between Scotti and my mother, I had beautiful examples to develop my own faith.
We spent many days making pasta together and sharing stories about family. I will miss you very much Aunt Scotti. Your fight is over. Rest In Peace. Give my love to all you meet. Love, Lawren