In loving memory of

Colasanti Geradline Jeziorski
April 6, 2022

Jeziorski, Colasanti Geraldine 93, of Phoenix, passed away April 6th, 2022 peacefully in her sleep. Wife of 57 years to the late John W. Jeziorski, daughter of the late Louis and Rose Colasanti.

Geraldine was survived by her five children Jack, Mark (Gail), Geri (Bill), Matthew (Jill), Luke (Banoo) her 13 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.

Geraldine grew up in Buffalo, NY and came to Arizona in 1967. After raising her children, Geraldine went to work for the local elementary school. She started her professional career working in the kitchen and worked her way up to administrative assistant in the special needs department. Geraldine lived life to the fullest and had a fruitful bingo career. She also loved music and was a frequent winner of radio sponsored events. Geraldine enjoyed a life full of travel and time spent visiting family and friends. She enjoyed hosting Sunday dinners and sharing her sweets with a house full of guests. She enjoyed her crossword puzzles and reading. Nana as she was called by her grandchildren was a warm embrace and a smile that would light up a room. Quick witted and spirited until the very end.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Phoenix Children's Hospital.

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Robert Colasanti wrote on May 11, 2022:

"Dear family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Aunt Gerri & Uncle Jack helped us through a very difficult time in our lives. They showed us love , generosity and kindness. We will be forever grateful . I will miss them very much . We are sorry we can't be there with our cousins to share support. All our love and blessings cousin Robert & Suzan"

Sandy Tresino wrote on May 11, 2022:

"So sorry to hear of Aunt Gerry's passing. She was a wonderful lady, quick with a smile and always very kind. It was a blessing to know her. Sandy & Karl Tresino"

Kathy E wrote on May 8, 2022:

"Geri was first a coworker, but became a dear friend that lasted way longer than a coworker. My life was blessed by her friendship. The last few years we visited often . I?ll miss her & her fun sense of humor. No more pain Geri! Thank you for blessing my life! Kathy E"