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Gloria Cipollini

April 12, 1927 ~ May 28, 2023

Gloria Cipollini of Vero Beach Florida went to heaven on May 28,2023.  She was born on April 12,1927 in New Haven Connecticut and has been a resident of Vero Beach for the past twenty three years with her beloved husband the late Reno Cipollini.

Gloria loved playing bingo.  She loved music and dancing as well.

She is survived by her sister Leila Esposito of Ocala, Florida; Nephew Raymond Valentino (Susan) of East Windsor, New Jersey; Nieces Andrea DiManno (Dennis Croyle)of Vero Beach; Lisa Valentino of Brunswick, Ohio and Roberta Esposito of Ocala, Florida.

She was also the sister of the late Dena Benjamin of Vero Beach,Florida and the late Louis Tannoia Jr. of West Haven, Connecticut

Donations may be made in her name to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital  501 St. Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105

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