Antionette (Ann) Zufall ObituaryAntionette (Ann) Zufall, 90, of Spooner, WI, passed away on Wednesday, November 9, 2011. Ann was born December 19, 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri to Frank and Mary Lupo, who immigrated to the United States from Palermo, Sicily. Known to all as Ann, she married Floyd Kenneth Zufall on August 4, 1945. Ann and Floyd were married 63 years at the time of Floyd(TM)s passing on October 29, 2008.Ann loved to laugh. Her greatest pleasure in life was serving others. It was a revelation to witness the love and devotion she displayed for her husband, Floyd, during the four years he was a nursing home resident. Meal time was the center of social activity. Her great love was cooking for family and friends and she always had extra room at the meal table for a drop-in guest. She especially looked forward to family picnics. The time spent with family and friends were her greatest joy.Ann(TM)s past three years were spent in the loving care of the Spooner Nursing Home in Spooner, WI. The love and devotion shown by so many of the care givers of the nursing home is deeply appreciated by the family.Ann(TM)s loving nature and concern for others blessed many lives and we are all better for having her grace our lives.She is survived by daughter, Charlotte Helseth, and her husband, Trygve, of Minneapolis, MN, daughter, Alma Zufall of Burnsville, MN, daughter, Pamela Armon and her husband Greg of Blue Earth, MN, son, Frank Zufall, of Springbrook, WI, granddaughter, Angela Holden, and husband, Bart of Lake City, AR, granddaughter, Jennifer Armon of Blue Earth, MN, great-grandchildren Emerson Grace Holden and Easton Jones Holden and, brother, Nick Lupo and, his wife, Joyce of St. Louis, MO. Visitation will be at Patton Funeral Home in Blue Earth, MN on Friday, November 11, 2011 from 4 PM to 7 PM. Funeral services will be at St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Blue Earth, MN on Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 10:30 AM. Internment at Riverview Cemetery in Elmore, MN will follow the service. A reception at St. Peter & Paul Fellowship Hall will follow internment.