Lidia Coslovich passed away at home surrounded by her family in Woodstock, IL on Thursday, September 29, 2022.
Lidia was born August 3, 1939 in Rocca, Italy to Pietro and Elena Poli. She married Angelo Coslovich on November 26, 1960 in Chicago, IL. Angelo and Lidia had a beautiful love story and set a great example of a loving marriage for their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Lidia was a woman with deep faith that came from her wonderful Italian parents who raised her in their small little religious Village in Rocca Italy. She worked as a hairdresser and loved taking care of and spending time with her family. She had a soft spot in her heart for all children. Lidia loved entertaining and cooking delicious Italian meals for her family and friends. She also had such a green thumb and love for gardening. She was an expert at knitting beautiful baby blankets and clothes for her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Lidia always held on tight to her Italian traditions and passed them onto her family. Lidia was a selfless, kind woman who always put the needs of others before her own.
Lidia is survived by her husband Angelo, children Guy (Carol) Coslovich, Elena Nulle, Lisa (Denny) Tate, brother Fabio Poli, grandchildren Jami, Bobby, Joey, Ashley, Amanda, Luke, Stephanie, Dave, Matt, Paige, Dean, Megan, Vince, great-grandchildren Emmett, Reed, Mia, Ellie, Cole, Arlo, Ava, Kane, Carina, Allie, David, many nieces, nephews, and friends.
She is preceded in death by parents Pietro and Elena Poli, siblings Giancarlo, Gemma, father-in-law Gaetano Coslovich, and mother-in-law Guistina Coslovich.
A visitation is scheduled at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 312 Lincoln Ave, Woodstock, IL on Tuesday, October 4, from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM with services to follow.
Memorials can be made in Lidia’s honor to the 31 mile challenge for Parkinson’s research, donate here.
Family and friends may sign the online guestbook at www.saundersfhc.com.
Please contact the Saunders Funeral Home for more information at 815.420.3030.
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