In loving memory of

Jean Randazzo Amato
April 26, 1934 - April 12, 2015

Jean Randazzo Amato, of Miami, Florida passed away peacefully at her home on Sunday, April 12, 2015 with her family by her side. She was 80 years of age.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio on April 26, 1934, daughter of Stefano and Santina (Ferrante) Randazzo. Raised and educated in Cleveland, Jean and her family moved to Miami Shores in 1952. Before her retirement, Jean owned and operated Jean Marie Interiors in Miami for many years.

Survived by her beloved daughter, Maria Amato-Chuy, loving granddaughter, Gina Canoniga, sister, Sandra Galiano, nephew, Dr. Vincent Galiano and his wife Kimberly Galiano, niece, Calla Scully and her husband David Scully, niece, Paula Ferrante and great nephews, Cooper and Holden Scully. Also survived by her devoted caregiver of three years, Esther Joseph. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 38 years, Vincent Amato who died in 1991 and her sister, Pauline Milano and brother-in-law, Louis Galiano.

Visitation on Wednesday, April 15th from 6:00 ~ 8:30 P.M. at Fred Hunters Hollywood Memorial Home, 6301 Taft Street Hollywood. A Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, April 16th at 11:00 A.M. at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, 2200 NE 191st Street, Miami. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Entombment will follow at Hollywood Memorial Gardens.


Christine Penrod Mabee wrote on Apr 15, 2015:

"Your Mama and Grandma was the very best of human kindness. She made everything OK . And was so proud of you both. She had the best sense of humor.... Oh my goodness! Now she is at Peace and you both can carry on with her legacy"

Barry Segal wrote on Apr 14, 2015:

"My sincerest sympathies to you, Maria. I know how much your mom meant to you. Barry Segal"

Elaine wagner wrote on Apr 14, 2015:

"May dear Jean rest in peace in our Lords arms. Remembering wonderful times with our St Lawrence family. The great school spaghetti dinners put on by Jean and her husband. Great memories of a very kind lady. Elaine Wagner"

Fred Hunter Memorial Services wrote on Apr 14, 2015:

"Please accept my sincere condolences. During this time of great sorrow it's my hope that you find comfort in the promise for the future found at Isaiah 25:8 which says, " He will swallow up death forever and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.""

Steve wrote on Apr 14, 2015:

"There is no worse pain then the death of a loved one. May you find peace in the following verses I found in God's word the Bible. Revelation 21:4 gives us the hope of seeing our loved ones again: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. Also, John 5: 28, 29, Acts 24: 15, are text with hope that someday we can see our loved ones again. We need not fear death any longer, for God has promised in Isaiah 25:8 that he will swallow up death forever" what great joy to be able to live forever without the fear of losing our loved ones again. ! How wonderful it will be to be able to embrace them once again! We all hope for that."

Claudine Smurfit wrote on Apr 13, 2015:

"My sincère condolences to the Amato Family and to my best friend Maria chuz and her Daughter Gina . You are Loved And Missed Jean . You Will be Allways in my Heard .."

Frances McLaurin wrote on Apr 13, 2015:

"Aunt are loved and missed. Rest now my dear."

Kenneth Dunn wrote on Apr 13, 2015:

"My sincere condolences to the Amato family"