Annabelle Dazzio Di Iorio, 83, of Pueblo, CO., was called home to be with our Lord Nov. 28, 2012. She was the loving wife of James C. Di Iorio. They were married for sixty years. She is preceded in death by son, James R. Di Iorio; brother, Jack Dazzio; nephew, John F. Dazzio; mother, Rose Dazzio; and father, John Dazzio. Annabelle is survived by husband, James C. Di Iorio; daughter, Jeanine (Byron) Guidry; daughter in law, Loretta Di Iorio; grandchildren, Jimmy (Heather) Di Iorio, Michelle Di Iorio, Steve Di Iorio, Kim Pasic, Dave Pasic; a soon to be great-grandchild; nephews, Mark Dazzio, Steve (Monica) Dazzio, Jeff Dazzio; and niece, Romey Dazzio. She leaves behind many extended family members and friends. Annabelle was a spunky and loving woman. She enjoyed cooking for and caring for her family. She and her husband James and close friends enjoyed taking trips to Cripple Creek and Las Vegas. Thank you to Dr. Bagale and St. Mary Corwin Hospital staff for the excellent care that they provided for Annabelle. Annabelle is dearly loved and will be greatly missed. Visitation, 12 - 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 2, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m., Monday, Dec. 3, Holy Family, 2827 Lakeview Ave., with Rev. Fr. Ben Bacino as celebrant. Interment, Roselawn. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Uncle Jim, Jeanine & family,

    So sorry to her of Aunt Annabelle’s passing. I know my brothers & I have great memories of past visits to Pueblo and I’m so glad that I was able to make it out a few years back to see everyone. I will always remember her sweet smile and welcoming heart, and of course from long, long ago, the fabulous food. What a cook! My mom, could she unterstand right now would be saddened by this loss. I guess I will have to break out a couple of recipes my mother put in her cookbook that belonged to Aunt Annabelle and enjoy them in her honor. Love and hugs to all. So sorry I cant be in Pueblo with you at this time.

    Dina Di Bella

  2. We`re sorry to hear about Annabelle`s passing.She was a wonderful person.She will always be in everyone`s hearts. God Bless.Russ & Bobbie Fortna

  3. Dear Jim, Jeanine & family – We are so sorry to hear about Annabelle. I know she we be missed by her family and friends. God Bless you all.
    Dael & Charlene Clarkson
    Centennial, CO

  4. Uncle Jim and Jeanine,

    I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Annabelle’s passing. News like this is never welcomed. I’ll always retain the good memories of visiting with you in Pueblo, where Aunt Annabelle always made us feel welcomed.

    David Di Bella
    Bel Air, MD

  5. Annabelle was a wonderful and careing person. She was my Godmother and never missed a holiday or birthday without a card and phone call. She will be missed by many people and took part of our hearts with her to heaven. God Bless you Annabelle .
    John & Anita Musso,
    Ashburn, VA

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