Born On: February 28, 1929

Passed On: September 19, 2020

Esther J. Sangiorgio

Esther Jane Sangiorgio, age 91, passed away on Saturday, September 19, 2020 in Norton Shores, MI. She was born in Philadelphia, PA on February 28, 1929 to Joseph and Mary DeFrancesco. Esther is survived by her 2 daughters, Lisa Lunsford of TN and Janis (Chip) Hall of Norton Shores, MI; daughter-in-law, Kathy Sangiorgio of PA; 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Louis; son, Stephen Sangiorgio and son-in-law, Charles Lunsford.

Esther attended Belmont Baptist Church in Broomall, PA and Forest Park Covenant Church in Norton Shores. Cremation has taken place and services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to Harbor Hospice.


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9 thoughts on “Esther J. Sangiorgio

  1. Eileen Villanueva

    I am sad for Esthers passing. She made such an impact on me from the time was little. I learned so many things from her and still, every once in a while, I think of what Esther would do. I have tried to always keep her influence in my daily life. Rest in peace. I love you! Eileen

  2. Stacey Rochin

    Aunt Esther was the sweetest woman. She always made you feel welcome. When i
    I was a little girl she would always put her hands on the sides of my face, smile and say “stacey it’s so good to see you”
    She always had a smile on her face and lots of love in her heart for everyone. She loved her family with all her heart and soul. I will miss never forget her voice or her love. Prayers to all the family

  3. Judi Bowman Delis

    Jan, what a wonderful blessing your mom was! I felt very grateful to have know her and to have enjoyed spending some time with her. She had a wonderful family to be a part of! Keeping you all in my prayers

  4. Bud & Carol Murr Russell

    We are sad to hear of Esther’s death. She was a sweet lady, always friendly and kind, and an important person in our years at Belmont. Esther always showed a genuine interest in us during our teenage years, and set a godly example for us to follow. Keeping the family in our prayers in this time of loss.

    1. Madison Gorman

      Aunt Esther was such an amazing and loving woman. I remember going to her and Uncle Lou’s home to celebrate many holidays when I was younger; she was always welcoming and brought the Sangiorgio and Gorman families closer together. From her, I’ve learned to always be welcoming and cherish the moments you have with family. Thank you. I love you, Aunt Esther!

  5. Elizabeth S. Gorman

    I would like to send my Condolences to the Family of Esther Sangiorgio. When I married into the Gorman family, Esther became my Aunt, by marriage. I felt very happy because I never had an Aunt before. My Mom was an only child and my Dad’s siblings had passed away before I was born.
    Aunt Esther was a very kind and loving person. She never met a stranger. I felt like part of the family on day one. I will truly miss her. I feel very fortunate to have met such a wonderful person. She made a difference in this world.

  6. Betty Sharp

    I am so sorry for your loss. This lady really meant a lot to me in my life and taught me a lot about God. I remember sitting in the pew with her and she always had candy because we were talk during the service. She will be sadly missed what a great lady


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