Isabelle "Lisa" DiCeglie
November 12, 1933 - April 3, 2020
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Visitation
Roberson Funeral Home Port Charlotte Chapel
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A private visitation will be held  at Roberson Funeral Home Port Charlotte Chapel.

Service
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church
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A Memorial Mass will be held later at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church.

Cemetery
Restlawn Memorial Gardens
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A  private Committal Service and Entombment will be held at Restlawn Memorial Gardens in Port Charlotte.

Memorial

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St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital www.stjudes.org or….

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Isabelle “Lisa” DiCeglie, 86, of Port Charlotte, Florida died Friday, April 3, 2020. Isabelle was born November 12, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York to the late Nicola and Amelia DiCeglie. She moved to Port Charlotte in 1981 from North Babylon, New York. Isabelle was a retired customer service representative for Enterprise Rent-A-Car and a member of…

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Jessica left a message on April 14, 2020:
Grandma My heart aches, but I know you’re in a better place my Grandma. I’m so blessed to have been able to have you in my life for so many years. Through those years you taught me so many things. The biggest thing, to be strong. Because of you I know to not let anyone put me down or put anyone in our family down. Because of you I know how strong someone can be when they keep having to put up a fight. You continued to fight through every sickness, every hospital visit, every obstacle. You are the strongest person I know. You created 5 lives and from those 5 beautiful daughters came grandchild and from those grandchildren, great grandchildren. You hold a special place in all our hearts. I miss you everyday. You are and will always be my favorite person. The one I called on whenever I needed to be heard, loved, or just to talk. I’ll miss our chats while I drove home from work or coming from a workout. You always told me I’m the best teacher and how you wish you were in my class. Which made me smile. You always ask how Jasper (my cat) is doing and what trip I was going on next. You always told me to “be safe, don’t talk to strangers, and come home”. I always made sure to make it home to you and Tsi Tsi Rose. Rest easy my Grandma, I know you’re always with me. As you always ended our calls “That’s the story, Jerry”.
Regina DAmico left a message on April 14, 2020:
Good bye Ms. B*764! From the moment we met, we were each others "bit849s!" ...and might I add YOU started it! :) Your crassness, shooting from the hip, advice, the list goes on, added with your love that always poured out when visiting will always be remembered. Our relationship was like a handshake...firm and true. Your personality is very close to mine, maybe that's why you and I always harassed each other.... Aunt Lisa you will always be in heart, mind, and soul. I will love you forever! May God keep you warm in his heart and teach you how to be an "Angel", so you can visit me from time to time. :) Jackey says don't get a bus driving job in heaven.....you will swear too much! With all respect from the both of us.....We love you, and now you can rest in peace.
Vicki Wagner left a message on April 14, 2020:
To my beautiful Mom, my hero and my best friend, I know you are in heaven with God and your family and that comforts me. The hard part is I miss you so much and I am heartbroken. It doesn’t seem real. I want to call you like I did every day. I miss your voice. I miss your laugh. I miss Sunday dinners with you and Rose and the best macaroni and meatballs of all time. I miss telling you stories and making you laugh. I think I got my fun loving craziness from you because you are a pretty funny lady. Jaclyn and Jessica love and miss you so much. I am so glad we have so many wonderful memories of you and they will be with us forever. Mom, thank you for being a wonderful Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Thank you for giving me four wonderful sisters who I love dearly. Thank you for always being there for my kids and me and even my cats. Thank you for always having our backs. Thank you for always being so strong for us. You are the strongest woman I know. You fought to get better each time you were sick and I know you did it for us. That’s how much you loved us. The last thing you said to me during our last phone call before saying goodbye and I love you was “I’m ok Vicki, I’m ok.” I’ll be ok too. Rest in peace my beautiful Mom. I know you are watching over all of us. We ended every phone call the same way. “I love you my Vicki.” “I love you my Mommy.” Ok, we would say it about 5 times before one of us would hang up, usually me because she would keep going. I love you my Mommy… always.
Heidi Bender LaBaff left a message on April 11, 2020:
Lisa, my heart is broken, I miss you so much! I want to thank you for moving to Florida 39 years ago as I met one of my long time forever friends, JoAnn. I remember JoAnn and I coming home from high school softball practice and you invited me to have meatballs with you all for the first time, I was hooked! That was the beginning of a beautiful friendship (and meatballs!) Lol!! I was officially adopted into your wonderful Italian family and am forever grateful for the memories we have created which I will hold dearly in my heart. Never a dull moment with you and Rosie. I was even crucified for saying the word "noodles" in your home, such a ball buster and I loved you for that! Needless to say, that word is not in my vocabulary anymore. I am so thankful that we had the chance not long ago and enjoyed meatballs together. I will cherish that day forever! I miss you terribly but I know you said you were tired, so I pray that you have found peace and raising some Hell in Heaven! I love you and one final request, when it's my time, please meet me at the pearly gates with a plate of meatballs!! God Bless you! My condolences to Lisa's family, she was the bestest!!!
David, Dana, Aria, and Vincent left a message on April 10, 2020:
Dear Grandma, I have so many great memories of visiting you and all of the family in Florida that I will always keep in my heart. It’s an honor to be your grandson. Thank you for being a part of some of the biggest moments of my life ( my wedding, and meeting your first great granddaughter Aria.) Miss you so much, Rest In Peace
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Rosie left a message on April 10, 2020:
Miss you but now you’re at peace there must of been a wild party with you there.
Jean left a message on April 10, 2020:
Sending love and prayers to my nieces. My dearest sister in law i love and miss you dearly. Im going to miss our long phone calls which neither of us had any clue what we were talking about . One memory i will keep forever in my heart is alligator rd. That was a trip to remember. Im not ready just yet but save a seat for me . Love , Jeanie
John and Ann D'Amico and family left a message on April 10, 2020:
We are very saddened by the loss of such a wonderful woman. We remember her uplifting spirit, contagious laugh and especially her love of family. It was always special spending time with her and aunt Rosie. We cherish all the fun and good memories we shared. Although we can't be there we hope you can feel the love, hugs and caring in our hearts. You will be remembered in our thoughts and prayers Always. Dear Lisa, we love you and May you rest in peace.
Steven Milano left a message on April 10, 2020:
Lots of great memories may my Aunt Lisa rest in our lords kingdom ❤️
David left a message on April 10, 2020:
My beloved mother in law.... she was one classy lady, beautiful!!, inside and out, so caring, fun, loving, generous person. From the very first day we met, she treated me like a son. She always welcomed me and my family with a big smile, I always felt genuine love in her presence. "Mom" was such a wonderful lady, I feel so grateful and fortunate that she was part of my life, I will treasure all the times we spent together. I want to remember Mom not with sadness, but instead, I want to keep remembering her with the same warm smile, laughter, and all the precious memories that are so dear to me and my family. Rest in peace Mom, we miss and love you... so very much!
Love and prayers, Vito and Pat D’Amico and family left a message on April 10, 2020:
To Aunt Rosie and Lisa’s family, We’re sending our love, prayers and condolences. Lisa was such a beautiful woman, inside and out and we were so blessed to be in her life. We will miss her smile, sense of humor, infectious laugh and the way she wasn’t bashful about telling it like it is. She had such a good heart and her love for family and those important to her was truly an inspiration. We will miss her very much. Dear Lisa, God answered your prayers. Your room was finally ready and we’re sure there’s one helluva party going on up there! Love you Lisa ( and Sophie too, she will miss her visits and treats)
Karen Algios left a message on April 9, 2020:
I did not know you, but you blessed me with the friendship of your beautiful daughter Jessie and your beautiful niece Lorraine. God speed to your place in heaven where you can watch over your loving family.
Anthony Giordano left a message on April 9, 2020:
Aunt Lisa how you always had fun and made me laugh. All I have is great memories it always puts a smile to my face. When it was you and Rose it was always game on. Let the fun begin. You and Rose taught me a lot in life and I will never forget it or will I ever forget you. I will miss you and love you forever because that’s the way you made us all feel loved God bless you I love you Aunt Lisa and I always will
Lorraine Giordano left a message on April 9, 2020:
When I think of my Aunt Lisa, I think of Fun..So many great memories of when she lived on Sheffield Ave...Always playing with my cousins and laughing till someone peed their pants... One of my favorite memories was being at Aunt Lisa's and having a shaving cream pie fight with everyone...Laughing, screaming chasing each other around the house....I thought Aunt Lisa and Rose were just the coolest!! Remembering her back in the day with her Beautiful bouffant hair do...or the excitement of seeing her driving the school bus, beeping and waving, she was like a celebrity to me... When I went to see Aunt Lisa & Rose I knew anything could happen..Laughing, Fun, Yelling, Eating, Hugging and of course, a hundred kisses... she told me to be strong, take No shit, enjoy life and listen to your mother. So I did... To my cousins and Rose..A hundred kisses I love you so much....Lorraine
Joseph M Giordano left a message on April 9, 2020:
Not very good at all the stuff but here goes Aunt Lisa did not get to see you at the end but I did get to talk to you I am very grateful for that you’ll be very missed very much missed and will always be in my heart love you and miss you
Jessie Casta left a message on April 9, 2020:
Forty-seven voice messages on my answering machine and they all start with you saying, "Jessie it's Mommy, where are you?" I'm here mom. My sisters, your grandchildren, your great grandchildren and Rose are all here, missing you and trying to deal with the loss of you. You were the matriarch of our family and loved by so many. Oh, but don't be fooled. If she didn't like you, she'd tell you where to go and how fast to get there! There were some that were very dear to her heart. One being my husband Frank. When he named you "THE GOAT" and you asked him why are you calling me a goat, and he said you are the "Greatest of all Time" you replied "you're damn straight!" He adored you mom, and he always will. So in closing, I will use one of your favorite expressions. "Take one day at a time"... And that's what we'll have to do to bear the loss of you. I love you mom. Until we meet again...Take care brush your hair, see you later alligator, in a while crocodile, bye-bye butterfly. Private joke...she would never get it right.
Hazel Wagner left a message on April 8, 2020:
Always enjoyed your company and will miss you. RIP my friend.
Chris, Terri and Nancy left a message on April 8, 2020:
A beautiful woman that touched us all with her love. She will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Sending much love and peace.
Josephine Macchia left a message on April 8, 2020:
Dear Aunt Lisa May the Lord lift you with His merci and love and place you at the big long table with all your sisters and brothers, grandma and grandpa, and your godparents. I will always remember your joyful spirit and admire your strength and determination to live your best life. Love you, Josephine M
Susan and Simon left a message on April 8, 2020:
Aunt Lisa you were such a lovely lady. Always enjoyed so much laughter with you and Rose down in Florida. Rest In Peace and fly high. Thinking of you Rose along with all Lisa’s daughters. With much love and Blessings.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Deba Orena left a message on April 8, 2020:
Aunt Lisa we Love❤️U
Deba Orena left a message on April 8, 2020:
Missing my beautiful Aunt
Susan and Simon Oliver left a message on April 8, 2020:
Aunt Lisa you were such a lovely lady. Always enjoyed so much laughter with you and Rose down in Florida. Rest In Peace and fly high. Thinking of you Rose along with all Lisa’s daughters. With much love and Blessings. Susan and Simon
debra m orena left a message on April 8, 2020:
One of my Dearest Aunts, who I was Blessed to spend so much time with in Florida. Her and Rose were the mothers I needed and boy did they mother!!! I will cherish all the times we spent together..all the dinners and all the laughs.May she Rest in Peace with her family and look down on us and be our Mothering Angel....funny story sneaking up on her with JoeyG when she was working in the shoe dept...lady lady you got this in a size 8...you SOB's she yelled when she realized it was us ..she was hiding and sitting in the corner lol I LOVE YOU AUNT LEE.
Susan Vodola left a message on April 8, 2020:
She was known to me as “Aunt Lisa” before she became my real Aunt Lisa❤️ Very special lady.. Best memories forever! My heart goes out to her daughters and family... Till I see you again R.I.P. Aunt Lisa
Charlotte Brittain left a message on April 7, 2020:
To an amazing person, who loved her family deeply. She also taught many people, many things. My memory is her kindness, honesty and steadfast focus on what was important in her life. May you rest in peace, Izzy. Your legacy will live on with all who knew and loved you.
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