30yr Note of deceased GF written in Italian

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30yr Note of deceased GF written in Italian

Postby mdvukas » 20 May 2010, 12:48

Can someone translate this note that was written in 1979 found in a memo book of my GF who passed away in 1982?

The note is as follows:

11-27-1979 tanto dispiachiuto che

emorto il cane alle mie nipotine Tina e Diana

il gorno 27 Noverbre 1979.

che sichiomana aidi
che mai mene dimenti
chero fino alla mia morte

and then he signed his name.
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Re: 30yr Note of deceased GF written in Italian

Postby PeterTimber » 20 May 2010, 13:03

On November 27, 1979, my grandchildren tina and Diana are very sad about the death of their pet dog AIDI who I will never forget until I die.

=Peter=
~Peter~
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Re: 30yr Note of deceased GF written in Italian

Postby mdvukas » 20 May 2010, 13:24

Thank you Peter,

My grandfather loved our little dog named "Heidi" that we had when I was growing up. I am not surprised that it's death bothered him enough to have writtten it down.

Appreciate your help!
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Re: 30yr Note of deceased GF written in Italian

Postby liviomoreno » 20 May 2010, 13:41

The grand father is very sorry of the death of the dog belonging to his granddaughters...
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Re: 30yr Note of deceased GF written in Italian

Postby misbris » 20 May 2010, 19:32

What a touching note to be able to hand down through the family. It shows your grandfather's love for his grandchildren and his love for the little dog.
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