Zasso, Antonietta

Antonietta Zasso

30/07/1958 ~ 06/02/2022

The Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of Antonietta (Toni) Zasso

will be held in the Chapel of Repose, Altona Memorial Park

on Monday February 21st, 2022, commencing at 2.00pm.

Guests are asked to wear a splash of violet.

To watch the livestreaming of Toni's service, please visit

Private Cremation

4 Tributes

  1. Ron Sachs
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    My Dearest Violet. (Toni)
    My heart has broken in two, but you are now free of pain.
    I understand that this was you time to go.
    You were my strength, my rock, a bright shining light that will shine forever.
    Your commitment to love, life and friendship will never be forgotten by all that loved you.
    Rest In Peace the love of my life.
    We will be together again.
    Your loving partner Ron XXXXX

  2. Karen McMurray
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    Toni my gorgeous girl, you will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with us will always speak of the great person that you were. My life was blessed through your friendship. May you find blessings in the next life, dear friend.
    Rest in peace up in heaven!

    “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard” – A.A. Milne

  3. Roger Raycher
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    I met Toni while working in Melbourne, we became instant friends and eventually became house mates. She helped me to see Australia as a Australian not a foreign tourist, which made my time in Australia so much more enjoyable. The thing that I remember most about Toni is her horrendous fear of spiders. Imagine Toni in a Tutu half naked standing on the table screaming at the top of her lungs SPIDER SPIDER repeatedly.
    I will truly treasure my friendship with Toni and our chats on Facebook.
    Your Yank from Texas

  4. kimmie ohare
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    My name is Kimmie and I met Toni when I lived in Canberra ACT. I worked at a bookstore in Fyshwick and she worked in the building next door. She and her co-workers would come in to buy drinks and snacks. She tried to convince me to come and “work” for her, I told her no. She was persistent and I finally agreed to come work for her as a receptionist. We quickly became fast friends and my kids asked her if they could call her Auntie Toni. They were about 7 and 9 at the time, they are now in their thirties. When Toni moved to Melbourn we kept in touch but I missed her dearly. I returned to the U.S. in 2011 and we still kept in touch. We would try to arrange a meeting with each other when I went back to Australia to visit my kids. The last time I was blessed with seeing her was in 2018. Toni was my best friend, my sister. While I mourn my loss, I will celebrate her life.

    Love you Toni to the moon and back

    Miss Kimmie

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