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Anna M Tierno passed away at her home surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, April 19, 2018. She was predeceased by her parents Vito and Angelina Tierno, brothers and sisters, Anthony, Rocco, Peter, Josephine and Nicolena (Louie Tedeschi), Sister-in-law, Ann Tierno. She is survived by her; Sister-in-law, Betsy Tierno; her nieces, whom she treated as her very own daughters, Angela (Michael) Sherwood, Michele (Matthew) Pasquale, Lisa (Michael) Testani, and Joanna (John) Allen; Great-nieces and nephews whom she adored, Michael, Matthew and Danielle Testani, Amanda and Luciano Pasquale, Nicholas Allen.
Anna was a graduate of Binghamton North High School and retired from IBM Owego. Anna loved to shop and ALWAYS found a great bargain. Her favorite expression “Guess how much I paid for it?” will always be remembered. She enjoyed going to Tioga Downs with Betsy and Angela, she also loved to cook her favorites; pancake breakfasts, lentil soup, pasta fazool, and pizza frite which will never be forgotten.
Her true loves were her Catholic faith and her family. She taught by example as she lived her faith each and every day and no sacrifice was ever too great for family. Our thanks to the wonderful caregivers without whom she could not have remained in her home over the past few months, Jody, Pat, Keri, Rosalynn, Martha, Tiffany, Vanessa, Violet and Willie. Though we will miss her more than words can express, the family finds comfort that she is with Jesus and reunited once again with all of her family who she missed so very much.
A Funeral Mass will be offered 11 am Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at Sts. John and Andrew Church on Vestal Ave in Binghamton. The family will welcome friends at the church from 10 am until the time of service. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.SavageFS.com . In lieu of flowers memorial contributions by be made in Anna’s memory to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105. Arrangements were entrusted to Savage-Demarco Funeral Service.