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Albina (Grazioso) Faiella-Sutara

Born: Wed., Aug. 21, 1946
Died: Thu., Aug. 25, 2016


Visitation

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Sun., Aug. 28, 2016
Location: Redmond Funeral
Home, Inc.



Funeral Service

6:00 PM Sun., Aug. 28, 2016
Location: Redmond Funeral Home Inc.


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Albina (Grazioso) Faiella-Sutara, 70, of Buffalo Twp., passed away on Thursday, August 25th, while in the company of family members, at UPMC Shadyside in Pittsburgh. Albina was born in Lago, Italy on August 21, 1946. She was the daughter of the late Raffaelina (Palermo) and Onofrio "Tony" Grazioso. Albina and her family moved to the Vandergrift area in 1954. Albina was a 1965 graduate of Kiski Area High School. She then attended and graduated from Mercy Hospital School of Nursing. She enjoyed traveling to any beach in the USA or the Caribbean. She loved to cook, go shopping and spend time with her family. Albina was a real estate agent in the area for 24 years. She had also worked for a number of years as an LPN for Mercy Hospital and worked as a manager for Cabin Greens Golf Course in Freeport. She is survived by her husband of 24 years, Daniel G. Sutara. Her 3 children; Alvin (Aimee) Faiella, of North Buffalo Twp., Angelina Faiella, of New Kensington and Anthony James Faiella, of Tampa. Her grandchildren; Matthew Faiella, Rachel Faiella & Ron Doucet, Daniela Pitino, Gabriella Kerston, Aiden & Emma Faiella. 2 Great Grandsons, Brayden & Bryson Faiella. 2 brothers, Guy C. (Annette) Grazioso, of New Kensington, John (Diane) Grazioso, of Upper Burrell and her niece and nephew, Mia Rose Grazioso and Anthony Grazioso.  Family and friends will be received on Sunday August 28th from 2-6 pm in the Redmond Funeral Home Inc., 524 High St. in Freeport. Funeral service will be held at in the funeral home immediately following the visitation at 6 pm. Burial services will be held in private at the Grazioso Family mausoleum in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to; Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance PO Box 32141 New York, NY 10087

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greg weiss
   Posted Thu August 25, 2016

SHADES OF ELEGANCE was sent by Greg Weiss .

We are so sorry and saddened about your loss. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Greg Weiss & Simone Cabeza


Carol Buffington Andree
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
So sorry to hear about Albina! My husband Clarence & I send our deepest sympathy
to your family! we both went to school with her! I'm so very sorry!

Sharon Herbster
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
I was a student at Wilson Elementary when Albina came here from Italy. She did not speak English, so I asked my father to teach me some Italian so that I could welcome her. He taught me how to say " hello, how are you?" In Italian. I was so excited to try it the next day at school. I went up to get and gave it my best shot. Her eyes got real big and she started to ramble in Italian non-stop for five minutes! I was speechless, to say the least. She quickly adapted and learned the language. We were friends through junior high when my family moved away. Two years ago, we had a small reunion for girls who lived on the Heights and were school mates. That was the first time I saw her since junior high. I retold the story of how I tried to speak to her in Italian and we both had a good laugh. I remember her looking around the table at all the women seated there that day and saying, "We all look pretty good for our age!" My condolences to all of Albina's loved ones.

Madolyn Hyde
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
I was so sorry to hear about Albina. I first met her when her and Guy came to my first grade class because they couldn't speak English. What a thrill, someone from another country. They learned quickly and soon left our class. Through they years we would run into each other. She even tried to sell a piece of property I had. When I was in the hospital I saw her and she was visiting her mother. We went down so I could meet her and discussed mother daughter relationships. One story she shared was when her mother came to America. Her dad was here and so were Guy and herself. Well, Dad wanted to be like the other Americans, had the children all dressed up in good new clothes. Her mother got off the plane, I'm assuming she flew, saw Albina and burst out crying. Everyone thought she was so happy to see them. Wrong, she took Albina's face in her hands and said, "Your beautiful hair, what did you do?" Her dad wanting her to look like the other girls had cut her long hair. Her mother cried all over her new clothes. I don't know what she said when they got home, but I bet it was good. We had a great laugh over that. Her smile, it lit up an room, her hugs gave love and warmth, and the kind words she always had for everyone went a long way. She's with her mother now and those angels are really up to something. She'll always be with you and watching over you. She lived a good life and we were blessed to have her among us.

Lisa
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
This is such sad news. Our deepest condolences to all the family. Although I never had the pleasure to meet albina. We had a connection on Facebook she added me and was so sweet and would always comment on my photos and I loved to read them. She was very positive and always happy. I'm so saddened by the loss of such an inspirational woman. May you rest in peace albina. Lots of love from the sofia family xoxo

Laurie (Endlich) Cario
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
Tony & Angie,

So sorry for the loss of your mother. I remember her as a kind woman who raised great kids!!! Tony I had the pleasure of working with you at Sports Unlimited and always thought about you over the years and wondered how you did in life. Angie you I admire for your strength in dealing with all life has put you through. May your mother rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you both and your entire families during this difficult time.


Donald Scalzott
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
Guy please accept my sincer and deepest sympathy for the loss of your sister. May God's Grace and Love comfort you and your family at this time.

Margaret Swartz
   Posted Fri August 26, 2016
Angelina,
I'm so very sorry for your loss, you and your family have my sincerest sympathies and I pray you will find comfort with the lord during this difficult time. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your mom when I still lived in Freeport. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Carmela Miller
   Posted Mon August 29, 2016
Dear Dan: My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Albina was a lovely, kind woman and will be truly missed. Carm

Jon
   Posted Fri September 02, 2016
My family and I am so sorry to hear of your lose. I am sure Albina will be remembered by many. Please keep in mind that Jehovah God will remember as well, and his memory is perfect and can restore life again as he has promised us he will do John 5:28,29. We can also look forward to at that time never having to die again. Rev 21:3,4 I pray that we see that day soon. It is our hope that these words bring you a measure of comfort during this difficult time as well. Once again, please accept our condolences as you deal with your loss.

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