Gail R. Mancuso 73 of Port St. Lucie passed away Monday, June 29, 2020.
Born and Brooklyn, New York on May 5, 1947 she was the daughter of Herman Louis and Sylvia Delmonte. Gail moved to Florida in 1978 with her family. In 1981 she moved to Jupiter and worked for Winn Dixie as a Bakery Manager for 15 years. Following retirement she moved to Port St. Lucie in 1999.
Her greatest hobby and love in life was her family. She loved taking care of her husband and children; spoiling her grandchildren when the opportunity came her way.
Gail was also proud to be from Brooklyn and she enjoyed telling people she was from there.
Survivors include her beloved husband of 54 years, Robert; loving sons, Dennis (wife, Kathy) of Vero Beach, Charles (wife, Sandra) of Port St. Lucie; Robert II (wife, Jessica) of Port St. Lucie; grandchildren, Marco, Stephanie, Bryce; and brothers, Robert Delmonte (wife, Lynn) and Michael Delmonte (wife, Anne).
Gail was preceeded in death by her sister, Marilyn Delmonte.
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