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Victoria M. Giglio

September 29, 1929 - January 26, 2021

Victoria M. Giglio, age 91, a resident of Somerford Place for several years, passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

Born in Brooklyn, NY, on September 29, 1929, she was the daughter of Samuel and Catherine (Pisarro) Roberto. Victoria and her late husband of nearly 69 years, Vincent Giglio, lived in Hauppauge, Long Island, NY, for most of their marriage. Her final years were spent in the care of the compassionate, dedicated, and loving Somerford staff.  Victoria will be dearly missed by her family and friends and remembered for her love of family, generosity, sense of humor, and warmth.

All services will be held privately.

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7 Condolences for Victoria M. Giglio

  • Sending love to Christine, John, Joel, Kristen and Alexandra. Aunt Vicky’s deep laugh and family stories will be greatly missed. My childhood memories are filled with Aunt Vicky, I will keep those wonderful times in my heart till we meet again. Say hi to the folks…..Tizs…….💔

  • My thoughts are with the family. I saw here daily for the last few years while visiting my Mom, RoseAnna. Have missed seeing her since March.

  • Thinking of you Christine. So sorry. My Mom has lost one of her friends.
    Me too. Be well. ❤

  • Christine,
    So sorry for your loss! I adored your mom. When I went to visit grandma (Roseanna) I always enjoyed the hugs, kisses and joy Victoria gave me. Have missed seeing her and will not be the same without her.

  • Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. Miss Victoria and my mother lived in the same neighborhood at Somerford Place. When I’d visit my mom on Sundays, I’d often sit in TV room and visit with the ladies until lunch was served. Miss Victoria had such a great personality, so funny and engaging. She and Miss June ran a tight ship in that TV room! I will miss seeing her when (if ever) I’m able to visit again, she always brought a smile to my face! I hope that your memories of her, particularly this before this horrible disease took over, bring you peace and comfort now and going forward.

  • Thinking of you, Christine. I will always have special memories of Victoria.
    Miss seeing you. Stay safe.
    Ellie Shields

  • I haven’t worked at Somerford for awhile but I will never forget Victoria’s smile and very nice words she always said to me. RIP Victoria. My condolences to Christine and the rest of your family