Bianca Sagiati Dammous, 82,
Of Tampa, FL passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 14th, 2022. Bianca was born in Aleppo, Syria to Sobhi & Laure Sagiati on December 7th, 1940. She was a devoted mom & housewife everywhere we lived. She was a devout Christian, Catholic by Faith. Survivors include, her daughters, Karen, married to Tony Mehanna, Marie-Claude, & Nathalie, married to Wilfrid Pertot, six adored grandchildren, Alan Mehanna, Mandy married to Mario Souccar, Nadim Zoghbi, Yasmina married to Ajani Nugent, their dad, Amine Zoghbi, Thea & Tiara Pertot, two great grandkids, Melody Marie & William Michael, & soon to join them their brother James Henry Souccar, & last but not least precious Baby Z Nugent God willing. She is also survived by eight cousins & many friends & loved ones.
A private service in her intention will be held by the family on Saturday, December 17th.
Who was mom?
A ginormous heart, a lover of life ….
A woman, wife, mother, sister, niece, cousin, & friend who selflessly gave of herself at all times without a miss. At age of 3, Bianca lost her dad, & her childhood & world were chattered, which taught her the pain of loss early on in life. This ignited a sense of protecting love & loved ones in her heart that was incomparable to any.
Her love for her daughters, her grand children, her great grandchildren, her family & her cherished friends had no boundaries. She always gave the best of herself to all and treasured all those who entered her life and joined her life path & any junction of her journey. She was a great host who could whip up a storm for any guest or group of guests & always made everyone feel welcomed & loved.
A woman of great intellect & world knowledge, who traveled the world with a never ending zest for life and learning. A trendy mom, grandmother, & great grandmother who mastered social media & was the queen of reels, posts, & Amazon orders! A magnificent woman who entertained the world with her culinary masterpieces, her subtle sense of humor & her joy of life & living it well.
How does one part with a woman, a mom, & a friend who blessed us all endlessly with the gift of loving, and who taught us the art of fighting for life & those you love to spare them the pain of parting & goodbyes she endured as a child.
Your beautiful life journey has come to an end and though our hearts are shattered we rejoice in the joy of knowing you are once again reunited with all your loved ones & your cherished son you sadly never got to know.
Mom, your memory lives on, your legacy will be honored until we meet again!
Thank you for being you, our precious Biancetta, and May your soul Rest In Peace.
We love you.