Joanne Falsetto

Joanne Falsetto a long-time resident of the Kirkland area passed peacefully on Thursday 16th of September at Overlake Hospital Medical Center. Joanne was born to Sam and Josephine Verginia, December 17, 1931 in Syracuse NY.
Joanne is survived by her husband, Thomas Falsetto, Son’s John, Stephen and David Falsetto, daughters, Sharon Hummer, and Marybeth Falsetto, thirteen grand children, seven great grandchildren and three sisters, Rita Ryals, Olga Spencer and Annamarie McKnight. She was preceded in death by her parents, her daughters, Rita Whalen and Diane Hoffman, and brother Frank Verginia.
Joanne was a loving, caring and thoughtful wife, mother, sister, and grandmother who enjoyed spending time with her family and friends; she treasured the countless times when her children and grandchildren would come over to spend time to visit. Joanne enjoyed Italian cooking and prepared some of the best pizza pie and manicotti in the Pacific Northwest. Everyone loved to gather at the Falsetto’s to enjoy Joanne’s fantastic banquets. Joanne also loved to care for her dog Barney and travel in her motor home to LaConner.
Joanne was a devoted Catholic who enjoyed serving her church, St. John Vianney Parish, in Kirkland, Washington. She dedicated her life to our Lord through daily Mass, prayers thru the Rosary, and acts of kindness to those in need. In Joanne’s final hours, she received special graces from our Lord, a vision of family members praying the Rosary at her funeral and experienced deceased family members who came to take her hand and lead her home to our Lord.
Joanne’s loving heart will be missed by all and her memory will live on forever in our hearts to affect how we live out our lives.

7 Responses to “Joanne Falsetto”

  • John Hoffman says:

    We love you Nanny and will miss you greatly. I will never forget the things you taught me. Your in a pain free place now staring down on us with Aunt Rita and my Mother. You will always be with us in out hearts.

    Love,
    John, Ai, Lucas, and Mika

  • Anita Condoll says:

    Nanny we love and miss you so much. I can’t express how much you are missed. You are in our thoughts daily. Now you are dancing with Jesus, my mom, my dad, Aunt Diane and all our other family members. We love you Nanny.
    Love,
    Anita, Jay, Anthony & Sydney…..

  • Dave says:

    Mom,
    I miss you so much. You always touched our hearts with kindness and Love.

    You will forever be missed.
    Love
    David

  • Sharon says:

    Mom
    I think of you everyday, i miss you with all i am.
    i always remember what you told me…”when I am gone remember you always have a Mother in heaven” Virgin Mary.
    You told me that since I was a kid.
    Your teachings are with me and I know you are too.
    Love forever
    Sharon

  • Stephen Falsetto says:

    Mom, the legacy you left behind is a living testament of your kindliness, love and understanding. Your devotion to God and the family will forever be embedded in our hearts and minds. I love you and miss you so very much.

    Steve

  • Angela Falsetto says:

    Grandma, just thinking about you, love and miss you so much! Tommy comes home tomorrow..! Thank you for looking out for him, just like you said you were. I miss all the times we baked cookies together.. and cousins over to play. best memories ever.

    See ya later, 😉

    Love always,

    Angela

  • Marybeth Falsetto Hobbs says:

    Thank you for always being there for me. I miss you so much.

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