Antoinette Rocchio Chiodi
January 20, 1928 ~ December 27, 2020
Antoinette Rocchio Chiodi, 92, passed away on December 27 at The Wyngate Senior Community, Weirton.
She was born January 20, 1928 in Gallo Matese, Italy, to Pietro and Rosa (Paolo) Rocchio.
In addition to her parents, Antoinette was preceded in death by her husband, Francesco, a daughter, Rose Marie Flatley, her brother, Frank, and her sister, Maria.
She retired from Stone and Thomas after more than 25 years of service. Antoinette was an excellent seamstress, a meticulous homemaker, an avid gardener, and an exceptional baker.
She is survived by her daughters Domenica (Richard) Bell and Maria (Donald) Del Rosso; her son, Frank (Maria) Chiodi; her son-in-law Patrick Flatley; seven grandchildren, Elisa Bell McGuinn, Kristen Bell (Matt) Teich, Daniel (Meredith) and Valerie Flatley, Anthony Del Rosso, and Isabella and Giulia Chiodi; four great-grandchildren, Juliana and Braden McGuinn, Brigid Flatley and Mary Lisa Teich.
Antoinette’s family would like to express gratitude to her many caregivers at Wyngate. They would also like to thank her niece, Mary Jo Fracasso, for her attentiveness to “ZiZi”, and Pete and Pasqua Rocchio for their unflagging support.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, Antoinette will be laid to rest in a private ceremony. A memorial Mass will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Weirton Madonna High School, 150 Michael Way Weirton, WV 26062
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Minnie, Maria, Frank and families. I am so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She has been on my mind lately and now I know why. I have wonderful childhood memories from your Mom and mine driving us to school as well as always cooking and cleaning. She was a special lady and will be reunited with all the neighbors that have passed before her. May she rest in peace. Love to all. Donna DeMarco Zahn and family.
Worked with Antoinette at Stone and Thomas years ago. Such a sweet lady. God Bless!
So sorry for your loss ❤️🙏🏻
Sympathies to the Family
My deepest sympathy
Sincere sympathy to the family
So sorry for your loss. 🙏🙏.
I loved miss Antoinette, and caring for her, I remember one morning I went to get her up, and she was laughing so hard, I was trying to ask her what she was laughing at, and when she would try to tell me , she would start laughing again, finally I got some of it out of her, evidently she was dreaming about puppies, and their tails, that’s as far as we would get before she would laugh again, this went on most of the day, I would hear her laughing, and I had to laugh. I am going to miss you my angel, a big thank you to her family for letting us meet her and care for her, may God send comfort to you.
Please know of my deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers as you grieve your loss. I have very fond memories of your parents.
Sympathy to her family and friends. 🙏🙏🙏
Frank and Family, we are very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Please know you will be in our thoughts and prayers. Dan McCune & Family
Minnie, Maria, and Frank…our deepest sympathy to you and your families 🙏
Rest In Peace, Zizi Rosemarie, Tom and Maria
To Antoinette’s entire family, I am so very sorry for your loss. As an R.N. at Wyngate , I’ve had the pure pleasure of caring for such a wonderful lady. I will always remember in the first couple years, our chats of her years at Stone and Thomas and how proud she was of her family. In the last couple years, I often only had time to help the nurse assistants with one resident meal and it was understood by every staff member that I chose to assist Antoinette. I will sorely miss her and will never forget her! Lori Gerst
Frank and Family, I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. She was a terrific Lady. I will never forget the childhood memories of having a chocolate sandwich cookie in the basement of your house on Owings. She made the best ever. God Bless Antoinette Michael & Maria Figlioli Aurora, Ohio
Maria, Frank & Family, I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. Thank you for letting me have the opportunity to meet her by working at Wyngate. I loved it when I would tease her about taking me to Italy and she would agree until I told her she would have to pay and she would tell me no. She was a special lady. May God Bless All of you during this difficult time. Tracine Gilliam – Activities