In memory of our loving Nona
105 blessed years
July 23, 1913 –
December 22, 2018

Viewing & Rosary
Sunday, January 13, 2019
4:30 PM Viewing
6:00 PM Rosary
St. Brigid Catholic Church
1001 North Douty Street, Hanford

Funeral Mass
Monday, January 14
11:00 a.m.
St. Brigid Catholic Church
1001 North Douty Street, Hanford

Monday, January 14
1:00 p.m
Hanford Civic Auditorium

Please RSVP here if you plan to attend the reception.

In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to their favorite charity or:

Hanford Sons of Italy Memorial Scholarship Fund
℅ Hanford Sons of Italy
P.O. Box 1543
Hanford, CA. 93232 

La Casa Garden Club
c/o Mary Johnston
394 W. Fargo Avenue
Hanford, CA 93230

Feel free to leave a message or a memory to Lilia in the comment section below.


  1. Attending the rosary. Unfortunately, I will be at work and unable to attend the funeral mass and reception.
    May Nona-Liliana rest in peace. Praying forn the entire family. Such a beautiful lady who was Blessed to live such a full life. She will be sorely missed.

  2. Bob and I are so sorry for your loss. She was an amazing woman and has left an amazing legacy. We are thinking of the family at this difficult time and send love 💕

  3. My mother, Dorothy Marden loved her favorite cousin, Lilia.
    She was always happy to visit her.
    I remember how willing Lilia was to talk Italian with me ,an Italian learner.
    Love your kindness.

  4. Sending our deepest condolences to the Giacomazzi Family. She was a great lady. Sincerely, The Family of Greg Sanchez

  5. Lost a long time very amazing friend. Always loved getting my “Spaghetti” calls. Hanford has lost one of her most dedicated citizen. My condolences to the family

  6. My prayers to the Giacomazzi family for the loss of Lilia Giacomazzi. I have wonderful memories spending time with Lilia and Fred, Don and his family. How fortunate I was to start my early teaching career with the support of the Giacomazzi family. God bless all of you during this time of loss and grief.

  7. A wonderful woman has been lost in our community… but what great memories she leaves behind for family and friends to share. God bless her … for all the devotion she gave to everyone.

  8. The most wonderful, generous , kind lady iin the world will be sorley missed. May she R.I.P
    Pat and I will attend the rosary , funeral and reception

  9. Dearest Lilia was such a lovely neighbor and friend to my Mom, Mary Cameron, and to our family. She will be missed so very much. Wish that I could be there to attend, but I will be thinking of her, and of her family.

  10. I am so sorry for the loss of this giving, smiling lady.
    My father, JOHN NATALI, introduced ”MRS, G.” to me many years ago yet every time we (I) would see her she was smiling and gracious.

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