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Sergiovanni, Elizabeth "Ann"

March 24, 1937 - November 14, 2013

Ann Sergiovanni

March 24, 1937-November 14, 2013

Ann (Elizabeth Ann Kinney) Sergiovanni, loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on November 14, 2013. Born in Dansville NY, she graduated from State University of New York in Geneseo with a degree in education. Ann is survived by her three children, Susan Carothers of Coopersburg, PA, John Sergiovanni of Richardson, TX, and Steven Sergiovanni of New York, NY, daughter-in-law Sheila, and four grandchildren (Christopher, Katherine, Christian, and Anna). She is preceded in death by her husband Dr. Thomas J. Sergiovanni who passed away on January 4, 2013. Together, they are in peace. In lieu of flowers, charitable contributions may be made to honor her wonderful life.

Arrangements are under the direction of

ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252


6 replies on “Sergiovanni, Elizabeth "Ann"”

Stacey Travers Roux says:

Dear Steve, John, and Susan,
My deepest sympathy to you and your families on the loss of your mother.
Sincerely, Stacey Travers Roux

Lana Van Giesen says:

I hope all of you have time to read the nice comments about Ann and want you to know how much I cared about both Tom and Ann. From the time my husband and I met them in their San Antonio home until they came to live at the Legacy, I knew they were two very special people. Over time, I got to know all three of you wonderful children and thought you were pretty terrific too. Please know that my thoughts are with all of you. It’s comforting to know that they are together again right where they always wanted to me. Much love to all of you. Lana

Annette Mzyk says:

Your parents were wonderful. They thought the world of their children and grandchildren. They shared the Macy Day parade stories with me. May the good Lord bless them both and their family.

Susan Carothers says:

My mom showed such strength when we were with he in the hospital. Her family and friends were so important to her, and I know we all admired her ability to endure the amount of medical problems that she dealt with over the years. My mom’s friends from her hooking group in San Antonio sent me an incredible card filled with well wishes. We appreciate the prayers and kind words that we have been receiving from everyone. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. I hope everyone who is eating green bean casserole tomorrow can give a thought to my mom, because it was her favorite.

Mary Robards Price says:

Ann and I lived in the same Dansville neighborhood and were classmates. I spent many hours at the Kinney house with the family and grandparents. I was also a bridesmaid when she and Tom were married. I know the years had not been kind to her body but sure she had the wonderful loving spirit and bright mind to the end. My deepest sympathy to all.

Ruby Dehls says:

My deepest sympathy to all the family. Although I worked for Tom, I felt very close to Ann also. Their love for each other and for family certainly radiated from both. My prayers for all as you enter this holiday season without their physical presence.

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