Toni and Family,
I will always cherish the memories of our families spending time together. Cookouts at our house and our parents dancing to music from the 1940's. The friendship our parents shared was very rare and special. Your mom had a great sense of humor, was kind, fun and loving. Our parents gave us the best gift in life and that was the love and support of family and friends.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Gail and Steve
I have very fond memories of both Lillian and Tony as I lived above them in the 80’s! Such wonderful people and so kind and generous!! Heaven is a much happier place now and they are finally back together! God bless you all as your hearts heal...lovingly, jeri lynn
Lillian Ambrosino was my great Aunt but I thought of her as just an awsome aunt she love to reminis about the past and all she had seen back in her day. The thing I remember most is when I was a kid I would stay with my gram and her and uncle Tony would come up and play cards with my grandparents and my mom and we would be in bed upstairs and they would tell at each other about the card each one played. I think about it alot. She was a beautiful lady and a wonderful aunt I know i will miss her. I love you Aunt Lil
To Toni, Phillip and both your families – It is never easy to lose a parent no matter how old they are. I was saddened to hear the news of your mom’s passing. I figured that when your dad died last year that your mom would follow shortly after. Those two definitely were soulmates. I don’t know if you remember me but I am Paula Goodbread Tucker. I am related thru Gladys and Sal. Aunt Gladys was my dad Kenneth’s sister. Anyways, I just want you all to know that your parents were two very special people and any time there was any type of family gathering, they would always make me feel welcome as if I, myself, was related to them also. May you and your families hold on to the good memories and good times that you experienced over the years with them.