Cona Germanotta Fazio

Cona Germanotta Fazio

October 31, 1937 - August 27, 2023

Place of funeral

The funeral will take place on September 9, 2023 at 12:00 PM at Mont Carmel Church (7645 Rue du Mans, Saint-Léonard, QC H1S 2A1) followed by burial at Le Repos Saint-François d'Assise cemetery (6893 Sherbrooke St E, Montreal, Quebec H1N 1C7)

Visiting Hours

Complexe Funéraire Loreto
4975 Bd des Grandes-Prairies, Saint-Léonard, QC H1R 1A5
  • Friday, September 8, 2023
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Saturday, September 9, 2023
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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  1. Dear Nadia,
    My deepest condolences to you and your family. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time. I am sorry I was unable to come to the funeral. May she rest in peace
    Pina Sansalone

  2. Dear Nadia,
    My deepest condolences. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. I am sorry I was unable to attend the wake. May she rest in peace.
    Pina xx

  3. Our deepest and sincerest sympathies for your loss. Your mom was an incredibly strong and resilient woman. May she rest in peace 🙏 and may all your memories of her bring you comfort during this difficult time.

  4. Wishing you our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Connie and Massimo

  5. We wish you and your family our deepest condolences during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you you.

    Connie and Massimo

  6. Dearest Ersilia, Nadia and Franca, we mourn with you the death of your beloved mother. Our condolences to you and family.

    Zia Cona was always welcoming to her home wherever it was- first on Jarry, then in Montreal North and lastly back on Jarry but at the other end of the city, over the span of some 60 years. Inevitably when arriving at her home she would be coming away from the stove, smiling , to welcome us. Food, delicious food, that’s how we remember her most.  And talking- with our mom, her sister- talking on the phone, talking while visiting her. She was a repository of family history and lore and she shared it with us. Especially in these last few months. When she was recounting a family story you were drawn in and felt you were there alongside her. She talked about how she had looked forward with great anticipation our coming to Canada and how happy she was that we lived together for a short while- 2 families in a two bedroom apartment!

    We remember too the outings and family get togethers- picnics at Jarry park, BBQ’s at Oka beach, (two families piled into Uncle Tony’s station wagon,  5 children at the rear.) And of course the holidays- taking turns at each other’s home for Christmas and New Year’s along with extended family and friends.  All  these get togethers were of course inextricably tied to food- the making and the eating!

    She loved children and not only her own children grandchildren, nieces and nephews, but all children. She loved dogs and we hope that dear little Nocco has welcomed you. She also loved books. In particular we remember, “Wuthering Heights, ” which she read many times.

    She was intelligent, brave and feisty. We will miss you enormously, Zia Cona, and hope that you are now with your beloved daughter, Sarina, our Uncle Tony, your siblings, parents and a host of extended family who have made this trip before you. Rest in peace.

    With much love Rita, Ina, Santina and families.

  7. We will miss you Zia . To the rest of the Family , your mom will be in a better place . Sorry for your loss.