Elizabeth Monique Colonnesi

Elizabeth Monique Colonnesi passed away November 12th, 2019. She lived life to the fullest in her too short 51 years. She was bright, and bubbly, and had an infectious cheerful energy that would spread to everyone in a room. You couldn’t be anything but kind to her, because she gave nothing but kindness to everyone else. Anyone who knew her knew she had the energy of the sun, too. She was always moving, always talking, always preparing for the next adventure. It didn’t matter if that adventure was a two-day drive across the country, or a twenty-minute walk to the store; she was excited just for the journey. She always held a childlike innocence, a way of looking at the world like she was a kid lost in the largest candy store in existence. She loved the magic of the world, from the big things like Disney World and firework shows, down to the smallest details, like the way Christmas lights would shine on fresh snow. She loved people, loved talking to strangers and learning their stories, loved spending time with her family and friends, loved just connecting with another soul. She spent every day of her life striving to make each moment count, to make sure she experienced as much as she possibly could in the time she was given. She will be sorely missed. She is survived by her husband Jeff, her daughter Angel, her mother Kay Adams, her sister Dawn (Larry) Moceri, brother Jeff (Margaret) Adams, nieces and nephews Samantha, Anthony (Maureen), Jonathan, Alison, and great nephews Noah, Gavin and Lorenzo. She was preceded in death by her father John Adams.

Services were on November 23.

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  1. Beth and I dated in middle school she was always sweet and had a smile on her face. I just learned tonight by looking her up on Facebook of her passing. I am never ever going to forget her. She made an impact on my life.

    My prayers are with the entire family and especially her husband Jeff. I am so sorry for your loss. There was definitely not anyone like her.

  2. I am extremely sadden to learn of the passing of Elizabeth. we dated around, and shortly after High School, and i cared for her very much. I loved her Innocent way of looking at things, and her sense of humor as well. As such with young romance, we parted ways, but I have always remembered My Little Beth( as i called her) and have some great memories of our time together. My condolences to her Husband Jeff, Daughter Angel and her family and friends.

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