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Anna Zuvich

December 24, 1939 - March 23, 2021

Anna Zuvich passed away peacefully surrounded by family in her home in Middletown, Delaware on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. She was 81.

Born in Philadelphia, PA, on December 24, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Amelia (Cavicchio) Sassany. Anna earned her high school diploma from West Catholic High School for Girls in 1957. She made her career as a secretary for DuPont, then retired after 20 years. Anna enjoyed playing pinochle, making ceramics, golfing, bowling and country line dancing. Most of all, she treasured spending time with her family.

In addition to her parents, Anna was preceded in death by her sister, Carrie Ciaramella. She is survived by her caring husband of 61 years, Anthony J. Zuvich; sons, John Zuvich (Lisa) of New Castle and Andrew Zuvich (Eva) of Newark; grandchildren, Christopher, Brooke (Matt), Ryan, Cady, Cody, Mia and great-grandchild, Ella Grace. She was also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, in-laws, cousins and friends.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 11 am until 12 pm on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 275 East Main Street, Middletown, DE, followed by a memorial service at 12 pm. Face masks will be required for all in attendance. Inurnment will be held privately in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Anna’s memory to Delaware Hospice, 16 Polly Drummond Center, Second Floor, Newark, DE 19711.

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  • So sorry Tony.Valerie and i enjoyed our get togethers so much. She was a really nice friend.

  • We are so sorry for your loss. Anna was a wonderful friend, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and inlaw and a wonderful cook!
    Our condolences to all the family. May Anna rest in peace and light perpetual shine upon her.

  • We have so many good times with Anna & Tony which has provided us with great memories and we also share two wonderful grandchildren.

  • Sending you guys all our love❤️

  • Dear Tony,
    Anna’s warmth and interest in people and the world around her made her a treasured friend. She was the consummate hostess, always turning a small occasion into a wonderful party. I know you were there for her and her needs. What an admirable marriage you both had.
    With fond wishes and remembrances.
    Sylvia

  • I will always be grateful for what a wonderful grandmother she was to Ryan and Cady. Condolences to all of you.

  • So very sorry, Andy! You were so lucky to have had one another! All good vibes coming your way.

  • Sending thoughts and prayers to the family. So sorry for your loss

  • Dear Andy, Eva, John, Lisa & Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Your memories and love of Anna will be a big part of your heart. Share them often, say her name, and she will go on right beside you always!
    Susan, Declan & Bryan

  • With my deepest sympathy to the entire family. May you find comfort in the days to come and may God give all of you the strength and courage you need to get through this difficult time. My life was completely blessed to have worked with such a warm and loving person. Anna treated me like family the day we met. Anna will be sadly missed. I pray God will keep her in his loving care.
    Donna

  • So sorry Tony. I have many good memories of the two of you with Claudette and I. My condolences to the rest of your family!

  • I am so sorry Tony! Anna was a wonderful, bright, enthusiastic person with a heart of gold. She was an even better friend whose loyalty knew no bounds. I thoroughly enjoyed working with her; but she was an even better friend. My prayers are with you, my friend! I will connect with you when I get back to DE and we will make some of the things we talked about – happen.

  • Tony — So sorry to learn of Anna’s passing. A really fun lady and how we enjoyed visits and golf at your course in Middletown.

    John & Brenda Eaton