December 9, 1933 - January 4, 2018

Posted by:
Diane Gallucio

Posted on:
January 9, 2018

Anna and family I cannot believe this. Just 3 months ago he was driving my daughter and her husband in his favorite car. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Hoping you can take solace in knowing he is your guardian angel watching over all of you. God bless to you all

Posted by:
Ree Abbott

Posted on:
January 6, 2018

Dear Anna and family, I was so shocked and so very sorry to hear about Gus. Such a wonderful, fun, sweet, kind man, and always so happy and so full of life. Always a smile on his face, and always making us smile and laugh. Sending you all my deepest sympathy. Prayers for Gus and for all of his family. He will be missed, but never forgotten. Much love, Ree Abbott, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Posted by:
Frank Veglia

Posted on:
January 6, 2018

Anna and family Frank and I send our condolences so very sorry to hear this sad news stay strong Frank and Ginger Veglia

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January 5, 2018

Posted by:
Patti Venning and Bob Speroni

Posted on:
January 5, 2018

Sending dear Anna, Joey, Karen and Debbie and family our deepest sympathies on the tragic loss of "Our Gus". And, he was, "Our Gus"----the Patriarch of Tareyton Condo --- always helping and giving and never asking for anything in return. The"Ray of Light"----that when he entered a room the room lit up with his presence. Our "Morning after gambling" discussion where the phrase "There is always tomorrow!"rang out in glee! The "Life of the Party"---- always a story (and sometimes many stories after the Jell-O shots) presented with that "little boy charm" that no one could resist. Gus certainly was unique. But, most importantly of all---a true gentleman. Our sadness is real---but so was our love for Gus. You will be missed our dear friend. Patti Venning and Bob Speroni

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