Mary "Pat" Piccolo passed away peacefully, at the age of 84, on January 23, 2015, in her Scottsdale home surrounded by loved ones. Pat was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and terrific friend. She was a woman of strong faith and her kindness and giving nature always brought out the best in everyone around her. Her husband, Frank Piccolo, preceded her in death. She is survived by her 4 children, sons Mike, Jim and John (Piccolo), and her daughter Nancy (Piccolo) Knoll, and her 8 grandchildren, Jenna, Allie, Chance and Samantha (Piccolo), and Chris, Ryan, Jason and Jared (Knoll). Mary Patricia Piccolo is also survived by three siblings, Jack Lannan, Betty (Lannan) Amento and Margaret (Lannan) Ernesti. She was born in West Point, Nebraska on May 26th 1930 to John Phillip (JP) and Josephine Lannan. She went on to graduate college at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, where she met the love of her life Frank Piccolo. They were married on November 21, 1953. Shortly after Fran
Click Here To Read The Full Story
Such a special lady. So happy we traveled the world together. She loved you so much. Such a wonderful Mom. You guys will always be so special to me. Lou Ann ~Lou Ann Winchester
I remember Pat as a dynamic, caring, happy and bubbly person, whenever I saw her, she made it a point to give me a big hug and a kind word. I hadn't seen Pat for several years and yet when we did meet again, nothing changed... the hug, the smile and the sweet words of praise were the same. Pat was such a bright light and I know that her love for life and for other people lives on in her wonderful family. ~Lisa Kitter
I was honored to share with her good moments I keep it in my hear She is One more angel in heaven -Rosa Moran ~Rosa moran
I was honored to share with her good moments I keep it in my hear She is One more angel in heaven ~Rosa moran
Grandma always seemed to know how to put a smile on my face, I loved her dearly. She will be mostly remembered by her amazing personality, famous brownies, and that unforgettable smile. She was the best grandma around and I miss her very much. Love you forever ~Sam-Granddaughter ~Sammi Piccolo
Pat will truly be missed, I knew her for 15+ years I worked and and did a little bit of traveling with her. She was always willing to lend a hand and had such a positive attitude all the time. ~P Mickelson
Pat was a wonderful human being that would do anything to bring a smile to your face. She will be missed by so many! ~Phillip Lechter
When you just don't know what to say... Express your sympathy with the elegance of flowers.
Let professionals help you find the words to best express your condolences... Send sympathy cards to the family.