Lucille M. (Napolitano) Dizkowski

Born: Thu., Mar. 21, 1918
Died: Wed., Aug. 16, 2017


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Mon., Aug. 21, 2017
Location: Gang Memorial Chapel

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Aug. 21, 2017
Location: Gang Memorial Chapel

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Lucille M. Napolitano Dzikowski, 99, of Brewerton passed away peacefully Wednesday at home. She was the daughter of Joseph and Liberata Napolitano. She was a life resident of the Syracuse area and a communicant of St. Daniel's Church.
Lucille retired in 1980 from General Electric Co. She worked at Smith Corona Typewriter Co. and Welands Drug Store. She loved to cook and enjoyed tending to her landscaping, playing cards and Bingo with her many friends.Lucille was predeceased by her husband John in 1993, a daughter Diana Acchione, six sisters Anna Robbino, Constance Albanese, Josephine D'Agustino, Genevieve Barretta, Margaret Kilmer and Pauline Bolognone.

Lucille is survived by a son John, a daughter, Joyce (William) Harrington, grandchildren Sherry Rowland, Kathleen Anderson, James (Lisa) Anderson, Brenda Acchione, many great grandchildren, two great great grandchildren.

Services 11:00am Monday at Gang Memorial Chapel. Entombment in Assumption Mausoleum. Calling hour Monday 10- 11am at the funeral home 104 Fordham Rd. at Teall Ave.

Contributions to Hospice of CNY or St. Daniel Church Fr. Lyons Hall.

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Bill Bush
   Posted Sun August 20, 2017
So sorry for your loss.
Bill Bush

John Kavanaugh
   Posted Sun August 20, 2017
John (Diz), With My deepest sympathy and a prayer.

Barbara schneider
   Posted Sun August 20, 2017
Joyce & John
I have such fond memories of your mom. It has been many years since those days with your wonderful family in Lyncourt. Your Dad, and mom and sister were great to me. You both must have many good memories, also. May your mom rest in peace. My deepest sympathy.

Barbara Zerrillo Schneider

Joseph & Nancy Starosciak
   Posted Sun August 20, 2017
Sincerest Condolocences to the Family of "Grandma on the Lake". A great lady, mother and grandmother who lived to have a great, great grandchild from her Grandson Jim Anderson's son Joseph and his wife Katy Anderson. With Beckham Anderson coming into this world the same week his Great, Great Grandma left it the family tradition coninutes. Mrs. Dizkowski affectionally know as "Grandma on the Lake" was really someone who made her mark in this world in so many ways. One of our foundest memories of our Son in Law's Grandmother was Christmas Eve with Pizza and Wings. As cold as Syracuse is during that time of year all the warmth a family can have filled her beutiful house. She will be missed but her memory will be very much alive for years to come.

Julie Cronk
   Posted Sun August 20, 2017
I never had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Dizkowski but she was my nephew-in-law Jim's grandmother and I know how much she meant to him. I'd just like to express my sincere sympathy to Jim, Lisa, & family. With 99 years worth of memories made, she will live on in your hearts forever.

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