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Gloria A. (Mignone) Gagnon, 92,

Gloria A. (Mignone) Gagnon, 92, of Hopedale, passed away July 16, 2017 at the Countryside Healthcare of Milford. She was the wife of the late Lucien R. Gagnon who passed away in 2000, the mother of infant son Michael who passed away in 1952 and a daughter who passed away at birth. She was born in Milford, daughter of the late Pasquale and Antoinette (Mazzone) Mignone, and lived in Milford, Gardener, Bellingham and Franklin before moving to Hopedale in 1964.                

Gloria is survived by sons John and his wife Karen (Vayo) of Bellingham and Michael and his wife Judith of Essex Junction VT, and, five grandchildren, Samantha, Rachael, Michelle, Jeff and Derek, cousin John Mazzone and his wife Rosemary of Dennis, and many nieces and nephews.          

She was predeceased by siblings Mary Ciavattoni, Lucy Tocci, John Mignone, Anthony Mignone, Nina Barry, Lena Wyspianski and Eleanor Bibbo. Gloria had been employed by Riseberg’s Clothier of Milford for many years and worked for Fenwal in Framingham later in her life. She enjoyed bowling and playing cards with her sisters and brother-in-law’s and was a member of the Sacred Heart Choir in Milford with her sisters Eleanor, Nina and Lena.  Gloria was always most concerned with the well-being of her family and enjoyed cooking Italian food from recipes handed down by her mother. In her younger years she was an avid bowler and liked to play bingo. In her earlier years she enjoyed vacationing with her family at Hampton Beach New Hampshire.  

The funeral will be held Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 9 A.M. from the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Milford MA. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 A.M. at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church on Hopedale St. in Hopedale MA. The burial will follow in the Hopedale Village Cemetery in Hopedale MA.                

Calling hours will be held Friday from 4 to 7 P.M.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Countryside Healthcare Activities Fund 1 Countryside Lane Milford MA 01757

Guest Book

So sorry to hear of Gloria's passing. She was such a vibrant person and enjoyed life to the fullest. My late husband, Wally, and I had lots of fun bowling many years with Gloria (and her sister Eleanor) in the Senior Bowling League. Those years were special and will never be forgotten. My sincere sympathy to the whole family.
Gladys (Gaskill) Anderberg

Aunt Gloria lit up any room she entered with her constant smile and humor and kindness. My prayers are with you John and Michael and your families.
Joan Michaels

Michael & John: I'm so sorry for your loss. Aunt Gloria was one of the kindest people I've ever known. Rest in peace.
Patti Taylor

Dear John and Michael and family, our deepest sympathies for your loss. Aunt Gloria will always hold a special place in my heart and earliest memories with Uncle Chick, Mom, Dad, John and Michael. She brought joy to our lives and we are better for having known her. Will never forget her cooking and the trays of eggplant parm, my favorite. God bless her. Sincerely, Marilyn, David and the Michaels Family.
Dave Michaels

Aunt Gloria You are now reunited with your wonderful unique and blessed family. I for one am so proud and fortunate to have been raised by not only my Mom and Dad but by all of my aunts and uncles from this wonderful family. All of your sisters were great cooks but each one had a specialty. My Mom's was lasagna and nobody could cook a roast beef dinner like you. To John and Michael, my heartfelt sympathy God keep you and all your family in his presence We will miss you all
Mark Wyspianski

Sending healing prayers
Rob Ferrucci

I have known Gloria since I was a little girl. Her smile, her careing ways, and her friendly greeting whenever we met will not be forgotten. Until the end, she was a lovely person. She is now with her family and enjoying a wonderful reunion. God Bless you Gloria and welcome you home. With much love to her family. Cheryl Langlois
Cheryl Langlois

Aunt Gloria, what can you say…..a vivacious person always with a vibrant smile and a “happy-to-see-you- again” personality. She lived her life with the style and grace and wisdom as was ingrained in the other Great Aunts and Uncles. She is loved and will be missed.
Billy K

Dear John And Michael and Families, Aunt Gloria unfortunately is truly the end of an era. The last to go in this long line of absolutely beautiful siblings. That 8 link chain is now completely connected ad we will miss them all. We are so very sorry for your loss. Very Sincerely,
Mark and LIsa Pantalone and Family

Mike, John, and Families; Will miss your Mom very much.Your house on Oak St., always smelled like an Italian Delicatessen, from your Mom's cooking. I know, as I hope you all do, that she is in a better place, with her Chick, and her Brothers and Sisters, and that God's Light will be shining on her always. Prayers to you all in this difficult time.
Beverly, David, Tami Locklin and Family

Gloria was our close friend and neighbor for many, many years. She will always have a place in our hearts and in our memories. Our deepest condolences to the Gagnon family.
Pam and Chris Belloli

Dear Michael, John and families So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. All who knew her loved and admired her. She will be missed. She and you will be in my thoughts and prayers. With my sincerest sympathy and love Lorraine Sutton Genesio Scarborough, Maine
Lorraine Sutton Genesio

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