Orsola Liseo (Inzinga)
Orsola I. Liseo departed this life peacefully on March 31st 2018, a few weeks prior to celebrating her 98th birthday. She dearly will be missed by all her loved ones and especially her devoted caregiver son for many years known to many as Sammy from Miami.
Orsola was born in Willimantic, CT daughter of the late Beneditto and Marie (Giordano) Inzinga. Orsola is survived by two sons, Samuel J. Liseo of Meriden and Lawrence and his wife Kitty of Tamarac, FL. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Suzanne Kromidas and her husband James of Bristol, Mark Liseo and his wife Lisa of Watertown, Lawrence Liseo Jr. and his wife Tracey of Guilford and Robin Liseo of Iva, South Carolina. Eight great grandchildren, David and Daniel Kromidas, Cory, Trent, Catherine, Caterina, Carlie and Carynn Liseo. A sister Angie Bauer of Willimantic, and a brother Russell Inzinga of Columbia CT. Orsola was predeceased by a sister Rose Gallo and brothers Peter and Salvatore Inzinga. She was a parishioner of St. Rose of Lima Church and a very active member in the Meriden Auxiliary Police Department in 1964. She was employed by several local discount stores, enjoyed her chores, conversing, helping and being with everyone. No one could ever say to that LADY, I love you without her replying “I love you more”.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a graveside service on Wednesday, April 4th at 11 a.m. directly at the Sacred Heart Cemetery Mausoleum, 250 Gypsy Lane, Meriden. There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers or other thoughtful gifts, the family would appreciate all you caring friends and relatives to have a toast in her memory. Were certain Orsola will enjoy and share that with you - “un saluto”.
She had requested a departing wish that her crypt, in the Mausoleum be facing East so she may see the Sun rising and wish each and every one a safe and joyous day. Her request has been adhered to. Now, if or when you may be traveling on South Broad Street past Orsola, give her a wave, we will be thinking of her. She may be gone now, but never be forgotten.