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In Loving Memory

Ziglioli, Andela

Andela Ziglioli (nee: Kranjec) Sunday, July 7, 2024.  Born in Bedenica, Croatia December 13, 1933 to Ladislav and Zora (nee: Potlacek) Kranjec.  Dear wife of the late Zvonko Ziglioli; beloved mother of Bobbie Ziglioli, Jake (Carla) Ziglioli, Cindy (Todd) Ziglioli-Grell; beloved grandmother of Zachary Ziglioli, Michael, Mikayla, Joseph Grell; dearest sister of Bob ((Bosa) Kranjec, Frank (Sandy) Kranjec and Ivan (Donna) Kranjec; dear aunt, cousin and friend.

Andela came to America in 1967 on the Queen Mary with her husband and two children leaving behind her home and family for a better opportunity.  She was a tailor by trade.  She enjoyed working, gardening, baking, her family, her friends and her Catholic faith.  She was a woman with a strong work ethic, always striving to achieve more for her family.  She worked tirelessly to accomplish all she set her mind to do helping family and friends along the way.  She took great pride in being a role model for her children and grandchildren that with hard work and persistence you can achieve any goal.  She will be missed by many.

Services:  Visitation at St. Joseph Croatian Catholic Church 2112 South 12th Street St. Louis, MO 63104 Friday, July 12, 9am until funeral Mass 10:30am.  Interment Park Lawn Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in her name to St. Joseph Croatian Catholic Church, appreciated.  Funeral arrangements by Kutis South County Chapel.


8 thoughts on “Ziglioli, Andela”

  1. We are so sorry for your loss! We love our sweet neighbor Andela and our many memories. She was truly an example of the American Dream. May God bless you all!

  2. Your mom was such a nice lady. I remember my mom talking and drinking coffee with her after mass. I’m so sorry for your loss. She is with your forever in spirit. God Bless.

  3. U Raj poveli te anđeli, na dolasku tvome primili te mučenici! I odveli te u Sveti grad, nebeski Jeruzalem. Zbor anđeoski te primio i ti sa Lazarom , nekoć ubogim, pokoj vječni imala …

  4. We are so sorry for your loss. Even though we were only her neighbors for 6 years, we enjoyed getting to know her and will miss seeing her out tending to her yard and garden. Our deepest sympathies to her loved ones.


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