Angelina “Angie” DiVenere, nee Damore

Angelina “Angie” DiVenere, nee Damore, age 105 of La Grange Park. Beloved wife of the late Leonard DiVenere; fond mother of Vincent (Phyillis) DiVenere; dear grandmother of Laura DiVenere, Douglas (Levita) DiVenere, Stephen DiVenere and Scott (Gwen) DiVenere; dear great grandmother of Max DiVenere, Campbell DiVenere, Ellery DiVenere, Trevor DiVenere and Eve DiVenere; sister of the late Lawrence (Theresa) Damore, Frank (Jean) Damore, Dominic (Maggie) Damore, Rochelle (Mike) Lisco, Anna (Gus) Sabia and Marie (Harlon) Harvey; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Saturday October 24, 2015, 9 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home Ltd. 9445 W. 31st St., Brookfield, IL 60513. Funeral Saturday 11:30 A.M. to St. Louise De Marillac Church, LaGrange Park. Mass 12 P.M. Entombment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Information at 708-485-2000 or

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  1. Karen (Faust) and Mike Goins condolence:

    Aunt Angie held such a special place in my heart. I mourn her loss, but am grateful she had a long and full life, surrounded by family and loved ones. Her sweet memory and spirit will live on for years to come. Big hugs to you and the family. She was indeed a special “angel”…just like her name. Hugs – Kiki and Mike

  2. Cliff Faust condolence:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this stressful period. Angie and I had a great relationship and she will be missed. Sorry I can’t make it for the funeral but I will have a mass said for her.

  3. Stephen Divenere condolence:

    I shall miss my Grandmother on a daily basis. She was an instrumental part of my childhood and my adult life and I can’t recall a weekly Sunday dinner or Xmas Eve celebration that didn’t also include laughter and joy and lots and lots of hugs. She was an amazing woman and I truly feel honored to be related to her. Every time I see a shooting star, I shall think of her.

  4. Rich and Maria Camp condolence:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family. Aunt Angie was an amazing person. I have may childhood memories that I will never forget. Her spirit will live on….

  5. Sue and Stein condolence:


    Thoughts, prayers and candles lit. What a remarkable lady! I’ll send you an angel soon


    Sue & Stein

  6. Beverly Albergo condolence:

    What an inspiring, magnificent lady Angie was… This news saddens me, but I know she is in a better place and with her husband Leonard. She was so unique and led a full, wonderful life. Whenever my husband Bob and I would come into town (we moved to Michigan years ago); she would always welcome us with open arms…and have a “spread” for us to enjoy! She had so many great stories to share. What an active lady she was for her age, taking much pride in her yard and garden. Angie always talked about her wonderful family and the dinners she would make every weekend for them. Her house was full of love and laughter. Such a beautiful and lovely lady. I will surely miss her. My prayers are for her and her family. God Bless!

  7. Cynthia Riddle (Anderson) condolence:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I have very fond memories of Aunt Angie and my Grandma making Italian Christmas cookies and other delectable delights! She brightened a room and enjoyed teasing the heck out of my Grandpa Dom!

  8. Dan and Lynn Hishier condolence:

    Vince and Phyillis,
    Sorry to hear of your loss, prayers to all.

  9. Mary, Anna, Sandy, Vito Falco & Family condolence:

    My mother, Mary, and my father, Nick Falco, were so close with Angie and Leo and the Damore family back in their younger years. My father passed in 1989 but my mother is almost 91 and still has vivid fond memories of their times together and all the laughter they shared. We saw Angie at a St. Michael’s dinner in October about 9 or 10 years ago and she looked wonderful. I’m so sorry that we were not able to see her more recently…It was on my bucket list to take my mom to visit her. I always remember visiting Angie and Leo in their LaGrange home when I was a little girl. We will always remember her bright smile and her zest for life…And God certainly gave her a good, long life to enjoy. Our sincere sympathies from our family to yours.

    Anna Falco (Daughter of Nick & Mary Falco)

  10. Bill and Linda Seger condolence:

    Sincere condolences to Vince, Phyllis and family.
    May God comfort you at this time.

  11. Jim and Cindy Johnson condolence:

    Dear Vince and Phyllis we offer our deepest sympathy for the passing of your dear mother. She is with God.
    Amen. Jim and Cindy

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