Arlene Pizzuti
Tuesday
30
January

Visitation

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. - Hamburg
4199 Lake Shore Rd.
Hamburg, New York, United States
716-627-2919
Tuesday
30
January

Memorial Service

7:00 pm
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. - Hamburg
4199 Lake Shore Rd.
Hamburg, New York, United States
716-627-2919

Obituary of Arlene Pizzuti

Arlene was an old-fashioned woman who loved her family above all else. She loved spending time with her late husband, Anthony, and especially enjoyed their many winters in Florida together. Arlene was blessed with three children, each of whom she treasured. She always had lots of sports equipment around her yard and they got plenty of exercise running around playing. Arlene loved the outdoors, especially her yard. She grew apple, peach, and pear trees.

Arlene was known for throwing basement parties with 6’ subs provided for everyone. No one ever left Arlene’s house hungry! One of her annual traditions was hitting all the stores right after Halloween to buy up all the Halloween candy. What she didn’t eat herself went to her kids and grandkids and any other children who came by. Arlene was also very fond of food, whether she was eating, baking, or both. Her specialties were lemon meringue pie and chocolate chip cookies. She must have baked hundreds and hundreds of cookies in her life. Please take a bag of chocolate chips in memory of Arlene and how she always baked the love in your heart.

Pizzuti, Arlene V. (nee Moore) January 27, 2018 of Blasdell, NY. Beloved wife of the late Anthony C. Pizzuti; mother of  Joseph (Patricia) Pizzuti, late Gladys Ann (Gerald) Beresniewicz and late Michael (late Darlene) Pizzuti; sister of the late James Moore; also survived by grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends received at the LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 4199 Lake Shore Rd. (corner Camp Rd. and Route 5) Hamburg, NY 716-627-2919 on Tuesday from 5 - 7 PM. Where a memorial service will immediately follow at 7 PM. Flowers gratefully declined.

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