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Sarah (Sally) Boyle DellDonna went to her eternal home, to be with our Lord, February 19, 2021, surrounded by her loving family in Lee’s Summit, MO.
Sarah Mary Boyle was born to Joseph and Theresa Brislin Boyle, November 6, 1932 in Warrior Run, PA. Sally’s family moved to Plainville, CT where she lived until marrying Antonio Micheal DellDonna in 1952. They then moved to Mountaintop, PA with their two children, Marie and Anthony in 1973. Sally spent her life working in the restaurant industry. She was the head waitress at the Master Host Inn, in Wilkes Barre PA and then at Monte’s Italian Restaurant in Vero Beach FL after retiring to Sebastian in 1982.
Sally continued her life’s calling of serving others by working at the Sebastian Senior Center and becoming a private duty CNA. Her off hours were spent gathering donations for the homeless and food for the local pantry. Sally enjoyed thrift store shopping, yard sales, crafting, vintage store treasure hunting and her jewelry.
Sally’s bright, happy soul, brought so much joy to everyone she met. She was known well for her stromboli, pizza, chicken parmigiana, pizza fritte, and cinnamon rolls. Sally, or in her later years, known most affectionately to all as, “Nana”, could always be found with a cheerful smile and loving words spoken from her heart.
She was preceded in death by her husband Tony of 41 years, sister Theresa Marie, her brother James and twin sister Jean Spencer.
Surviving are her daughter Marie and son-in-law Michael Poole of Blairsville, Ga, her son Anthony and daughter-in-law Susie DellDonna of Mountaintop, PA, her beloved grandchildren Rebecca Ann Gay of Chicago, IL, and Anthony (AJ) DellDonna of Mountaintop, PA, sisters, Julia Ogonoski and Mary Kathleen (Kaye) Boyle both of Vero Beach, FL, Debbie Green, her dedicated and loving caregiver, of Lee’s Summit, MO along with countless nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who were all her family. She is also survived by her beloved fur baby, Miss Daisy, who never left her side.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation, in her honor, to your local homeless shelter or food pantry.