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Gertrude Cianci

Staten Island, New York

October 5, 1933 - June 8, 2024

Gertrude Cianci Obituary

Gertrude M. Cianci, affectionately known as Granny, passed away peacefully on June 8, 2024, in New Jersey. Born on October 5, 1933, in Brooklyn, NY, she lived a full and vibrant life that touched the hearts of all who knew her. Gertrude's warm presence and selfless nature will be deeply missed.Granny's life was a testament to her unwavering love and dedication to her family. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, James Cianci; her son, Fred Cianci; and her grandson, Damian Cianci and her parents, John and Anna Juliani. She is survived by her children, James J. Cianci and his wife Kim, Donna Marie Cianci and her husband Charlie Andrews, and ToniAnn Duymich and her husband Jeff and daughter in law Rafaella Cianci. Granny's legacy continues through her cherished grandchildren, Tracey Kelly, Dina Ranello, Danielle Kivet, Jessica Delconzo, Jamie Lynn Lisa, Jaclyn Nelson, Jeffrey J Duymich, Christopher Duymich, and Zachary Duymich, Alexa Cianci along with many adored great-grandchildren.A woman of gentle spirit and boundless love, Gertrude's life was centered around her children and grandchildren, who were her world. Her selfless devotion to her family was evident in every aspect of her life. She created a home filled with laughter, kindness, and unconditional love—a sanctuary where everyone was always welcome.Throughout her life, Gertrude exemplified the virtues of compassion and generosity. Her friends and family knew her as a loving and gentle woman who would go out of her way for others. Her warm smile and listening ear were a source of comfort to many.Gertrude's interests were simple yet profound: the well-being and happiness of her family. She found joy in the everyday moments, whether it was a family gathering, a quiet afternoon with her grandchildren, or simply sharing a meal with loved ones. Her ability to find beauty in the ordinary made her extraordinary. As we say goodbye to our dear Granny, we celebrate the remarkable woman she was. Gertrude M. Cianci lived a life of love, and her memory will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to know her. Her gentle spirit will live on in the hearts of her family, and her legacy of kindness will be felt for generations to come.Gertrude's life will be honored in a private ceremony, where her family will gather to remember the incredible woman they were blessed to call Granny. Her memory will be cherished forever, and her influence will endure in the lives of her loving family

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Gertrude M. Cianci, affectionately known as Granny, passed away peacefully on June 8, 2024, in New Jersey. Born on October 5, 1933, in Brooklyn, NY, she lived a full and vibrant life that touched the hearts of all who knew her. Gertrude's warm presence and selfless nature will be deeply missed.Granny's life was a testament to her unwavering love and dedication to her family. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, James Cianci; her son, Fred Cianci; and her grandson, Damian Cianci and her parents, John and Anna Juliani. She is survived by her children, James J. Cianci and his wife Kim, Donna Marie Cianci and her husband Charlie Andrews, and ToniAnn Duymich and her husband Jeff and daughter in law Rafaella Cianci. Granny's legacy continues through her cherished grandchildren, Tracey Kelly, Dina Ranello, Danielle Kivet, Jessica Delconzo, Jamie Lynn Lisa, Jaclyn Nelson, Jeffrey J Duymich, Christopher Duymich, and Zachary Duymich, Alexa Cianci along with many adored great-grandchildren.A woman of gentle spirit and boundless love, Gertrude's life was centered around her children and grandchildren, who were her world. Her selfless devotion to her family was evident in every aspect of her life. She created a home filled with laughter, kindness, and unconditional love—a sanctuary where everyone was always welcome.Throughout her life, Gertrude exemplified the virtues of compassion and generosity. Her friends and family knew her as a loving and gentle woman who would go out of her way for others. Her warm smile and listening ear were a source of comfort to many.Gertrude's interests were simple yet profound: the well-being and happiness of her family. She found joy in the everyday moments, whether it was a family gathering, a quiet afternoon with her grandchildren, or simply sharing a meal with loved ones. Her ability to find beauty in the ordinary made her extraordinary. As we say goodbye to our dear Granny, we celebrate the remarkable woman she was. Gertrude M. Cianci lived a life of love, and her memory will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to know her. Her gentle spirit will live on in the hearts of her family, and her legacy of kindness will be felt for generations to come.Gertrude's life will be honored in a private ceremony, where her family will gather to remember the incredible woman they were blessed to call Granny. Her memory will be cherished forever, and her influence will endure in the lives of her loving family

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Gertrude Cianci hosted by Colonial Funeral Home.

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