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SUSAN C. (TIROCCHI) OLIVO
9/22/1942 - 12/7/2012

SUSAN C. (TIROCCHI) OLIVO

70, of Johnston, passed away peacefully on Friday, December 7, 2012, at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence. She was the beloved wife of thirty years to Anthony D. Olivo. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Valentino A. and Evelyn (Pellegrino) Tirocchi. Susan was co-owner and secretary of  AA Wrecking Company, of Johnston for over thirty years before her retirement.

Besides her husband, Susan is survived by her loving son, John A. Furtado, Jr. and his wife Rosanna of Cranston, and the step-mother of  Richard M. Olivo and his wife Lisa of Providence, Annmarie Nasissi and her husband Frank of Johnston,  Dawn M. Olivo of Providence. She was the cherished grandmother of John A. Furtado, III of Johnston. Susan was the sister of Elinor Marra, Judith Riccardi, both of North Providence, Valerie Mooney, and Val Tirocchi, both of Johnston.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday at 10:00 a.m. in Holy Cross Church, 645 Hartford Avenue, Providence. Burial will be private. VISITING HOURS are respectfully omitted. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Holy Cross Church, 645 Hartford Avenue, Providence, RI 02909-5717.


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From: Brian B   Cranston
Relationship:  Friend

My condolences are extended to your family during this time of pain and grief. It can seem unbearable at times when we lose a love one to death. It is interesting to note that Jesus felt similar emotions when his friend Lazarus died. He “groaned in the spirit” and “gave way to tears.” (John 11:33, 35) Did Jesus’ grief mean that he had no hope? Not at all! The account goes on to tell us that Lazarus was dead for four days, then Jesus cried out with a loud voice, “Lazarus come out!” and what happened? “The man that had been dead came out.” (John 11:43, 44) Jehovah God made it possible for Jesus to resurrect Lazarus. Today, Jesus is ruling as King of God’s Kingdom and the hope of seeing our dead loved one again is one of the many benefits God’s Kingdom will soon make a reality. So every time we say, “The Our Father Prayer” to “Let your Kingdom come” we are asking Jesus to perform a global resurrection for all those who have fallen asleep in death (John 5:28, 29). What a happy and joyful time it will be when we reunite with our dead loved ones again (Revelations 21:4). I hope your family will find comfort from these scriptures during this time of mourning.
Sent:  12/10/2012


From: John Carbone   Warwick, RI
Relationship:  Friend

John; Sorry for the loss of your mom..... My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time................ John Carbone John Carbone
Sent:  12/12/2012


From: John Carbone   Warwick
Relationship:  Friend

To the Tirocchi Family: I am deeply saddenly by your families loss...my thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. John Carbone
Sent:  12/12/2012


From: Mark Hashway   East Greenwich
Relationship:  Friend

To John and all the family, My heart felt sympathy to you all at this most difficult time. May she rest in Peaace.
Sent:  12/12/2012