Violet Annan

Violet Louise Annan (Squillace)

Saturday, January 15, 1921 - Monday, November 16, 2020
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January 15, 1921 – November 16, 2020
Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY

Violet Louise Squillace-Naparano-Annan passed away peacefully on Monday, November 16, 2020. Violet led a full, active and joyful life. In her final years she was comforted and lovingly cared for by her youngest son, Larry Annan. The family owes him a debt of gratitude and cannot praise him enough for his devotion and acts of kindness.

Violet is predeceased by her parents: Frank and Mary Squillace; her brothers: Frank (Sonny), Nicholas (Nick) and Eugene (Geno); her sisters: Edith Marinuci, Vera Sileno, Francis (Fran) Mele and Mildred (Millie) DeCerbo; her husband’s: John Naparano and Cyril (Cy) Annan; and son: James (Jim) Naparano.

Surviving family members include her children: John (Jack) Naparano, Violet (Dolly) Burke and Lawrence (Larry) Annan. There are numerous Nieces, Nephews, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, who will miss their Grandmother dearly.

She loved to sing, dance, play cards and travel. She was an active and longtime member of Club 60, Cornwall Senior Citizens, New Windsor Senior Citizens and the wonderful Line Dancing Troupe “The Silveradoes”. She performed for many years with the troupe at area retirement communities and many social events.
Due to current conditions and restrictions no services will be held. However, when conditions allow, the family will convene a “Remembrance” occasion for all to come.

If she could have, she would have given each of you one last hug and kiss on the cheek!

Quigley-Sullivan Funeral Home, Inc. in Cornwall, NY have made arrangements for her internment at Cedar Hill cemetery. They are also providing a Memorial Book of Memories page for those who wish to post photos and comments. Please visit the website:
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    Cedar Hill Cemetery
    5468 Route 9W
    Middle Hope, NY 12550
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Joseph Cornish

Posted at 02:10pm
Dear Larry and family,
Please accept our condolences on the passing of your Mother. We know she will be missed by all who knew her. May she rest in peace. Gail and Joe Cornish

janet & Jim

Posted at 08:38am
Dear Larry, Jackie ,Dolly and family.
So sorry to hear of your loving Mom passing. It has been a long journey for her and you her loved ones. I can hear her meeting up with her sisters, brothers and her son. A Italian reunion for sure. God Bless you all. Love Cousin Janet & Jim Barry

Peggy Murphy

Posted at 12:41pm
I will always remember the funwe had at our seniors meetings, playing Skipp-Bo, and the good times with our line dance team, The Silverados. God Bless You.
Peggy Murphy

Dorothy Hatton Posted at 03:51pm

I remember Vi fondly from the NW Senior Club. Always smiling, always ready to sing and dance. I really loved that lady. I also remember her lovingly devoted son bringing her to meetings and picking her up, God rest her beautiful soul. Dottie Hatton


Posted at 01:48pm
Hi Mom,
Here you are kicking up your heels , with The Silverado’s Steppers !!
I can see you now, dancing in heaven, with family and friends ❣️
Love you, Dolly


Posted at 12:59pm
My dearest Mom,
I cannot be with you today, as you are laid to rest. But you are always with me, I carry you in my heart ❤️ 💜 l Love you Mom

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