Obituary of Gloria Delores Fargnoli
November 29, 2019. Gloria is predeceased by her husband, Domenico Fargnoli; son, Domenico G. Fargnoli & sister, Eleanor Redden. She is survived by her loving children, Nick (Maria) Fargnoli, Angel (Raul) Roman, Gloria (Ed) Underwood; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; sister, Ann Torelli; loving nieces, nephews & cousins. For information about Gloria please visit www.walkerbrothersfh.com
Gloria's life story will be shared during her visitation, Monday, Dec., 2nd, 4-7 PM at the funeral home, 21 S. Main St., Churchville. All are welcome Tuesday, Dec., 3rd, 12 PM at the Dewey Ave Gate of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery for her graveside services. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Lipson Cancer Institute @ St. Mary's Living Center, 89 Genesse St., Roch., NY 14611.
Gloria enjoyed the simple things in life. Her family meant the world to her. She kept a small group around her but so loved her husband, children, grandchildren & great-grandchildren. Her face would light up the moment one of her grandkids stepped in the room.
In her free time, she enjoyed shopping, she was a true bargain hunter. Gloria also enjoyed watching game shows. Some of her favorites included, Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy. With just a few subtle clues it was not uncommon for her to solve an entire puzzle.
Gloria had a passion for the film industry. She could readily name actors, actresses, movies they starred in and numerous other details.
She was a NY Yankees Fan and enjoyed watching her team play. When it came to games of chance, spending time at the casino or playing bingo was always something she looked forward to. With her family the games of chance were less serious, however, she was the families Yahtzee aficionado. It was a rare moment that she lost a game. While spending time with her grandkids she looked forward to playing board games with them.
Gloria wasn’t much of an outdoor person. She did enjoy watching wildlife in her yard from the comfort of her home looking out the window. Her education was limited as were many people of her day, but she was very intelligent. Her independent and feisty nature will be missed by all who knew and loved her.