Lucille Katherine Durando Brusatto
Our Guardian Angel, Lucille Katherine Durando Brusatto “Nana” was called home by God to be reunited with her mother and father; husband; and eight siblings. Nana was born on
Nana lived through the Great Depression and met her husband during WWII, James Brusatto, and were married June 30, 1946.the settled in Magna, UT. Together they had four children: Joe Brusatto, Margaret Uzelac, Charmaine (Mike) Retford, and Jim (Angi) Brusatto. Nana greatest joy was spending time with her 11 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren.
Nana had three great loves-family, cooking, and faith. Nana was a devoted Catholic and attended Our Lady of Lourdes to find solace and strength. Nana was famous for her Sunday spaghetti dinners which were inspired by the heavens. Her devotion to her family was as strong as her devotion to God. She made everyone around her feel immensely special and loved.
She will be forever missed, especially her immaculate Italian cuisine, her cheerful spirit, and most of all her unconditional love for each person in her family. We have been more than blessed to have her in our lives for nearly a century providing us with the most joyful memories. Ti Amo Nana, until we meet again.
Our family would like thank Horizon Hospice; especially her aide Monica whom provided Nana with such loving care. Also, a very special thanks to Charmaine, we can never repay you for the care you gave mom. You provided mom with the happiest times of her life. “There is no greater love than to give ones life for another” and you did so on a daily basis.
Family and friends may pay their respects on Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 7-8 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church 2864 S 9000 W, Magna , UT.
Funeral services will be on