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Ivana Trump Obituary: Ivana Trump, who passed away in 2018 at the age of 73, gave a brief explanation of her situation when she appeared on the television show Good Morning America in 2017. “I am essentially the first wife to marry Donald Trump – I am the first lady, OK?” She was, in fact, the first of former United States President Donald J. Trump’s three wives, and she was the one who had the highest profile and was easily the one who had the most influence on her husband’s career. Ivana was the one who gave Trump his nickname, “The Donald,” back when the two of them were the epitome of New York City’s conspicuously flashy 1980s, and it was Ivana’s own style that eventually became Trump’s signature glitz. As the vice president of interior design for the Trump Organization, her motto became: “If something could be leafed in gold or upholstered in damask, it was.” The rule applied to her, as she was the embodiment of Trump-style with big golden hair and upholstered lips and body. She started calling that look the “Ivana” style after the couple’s marriage ended in divorce. Full Obituary
Ivana Currie Obituary: Ivana Maria Currie (nee Favaro), who passed away on July 30, 2017, passed away unexpectedly at the family cottage while she was having the most wonderful time surrounded by people who love her. Our entire family is inconsolable over the fact that she has passed away because she was the very center of our lives. The knowledge that she is now with her cherished son David James Currie provides us with much-needed solace. Up until the time that we are reunited, we are going to live our lives with as much fervor and intensity as she did. Robert James Currie, your loving and devoted husband, sends his love to you always. Jennifer Currie (Matt Hopkins), Diana Mather (Jim), Michael Currie (Bridgette), David Currie (Josephine), and Hailey Currie send their best wishes and love to the most incredible mother in the entire world (Remy). To the most cherished, loving, and devoted Nonna; Hannah, David, and baby Sophie; Michaela, Jadeynn, and Lincoln; Jay and Olivia; Juliet and Ruby; all of our hearts. Wonderful Sister, Cousin, Zia, and Friend. The chain of our family is severed, and although nothing seems to have changed, we know that when God calls each of us in turn, the chain will be re-established. Full Obituary
Ivana M. Frigo, 162 Skilton Road: Ivana M. Frigo, Ph.D., 61, of 162 Skilton Road, passed away on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at her residence. She was surrounded by her devoted family at the time of her passing. Ivana’s birthday is September 1st, 1949, and she is the daughter of Louise (Cerato) Frigo and the late Olivio Frigo. She was born in Vicenza, Italy. Ivana first settled in Waterbury in 1958, and in 1997 she relocated to Watertown. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Saint Vincent College in Riverdale, New York, in 1972. She went on to receive her Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Minnesota in 1979. She received a degree in Advanced Studies and Educational Leadership from Southern Connecticut University in 2003 after earning a teaching position at the University of Miami in 1985 and membership in the Sigma f Scientific Research Society during that time. Twenty years of her teaching career were spent in the areas of Bridgeport, Waterbury, and Hartford. Her specialty was science and technology. Ivana had many interests, including reading, painting, and traveling. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her brother, George Frigo of Roxbury, Connecticut, as well as a number of nieces, nephews, and cousins in Italy as well as Canada. She was survived only by a niece named Kate Frigo, who passed away before her. Full Obituary