Margaux Milan, Margaret Ficoratto, Margaret Nardi

Obituary for Margaux Milan, Margaret Ficoratto, Margaret Nardi

Milan, Margaux, formerly Margaret Ficoratto and Margaret Nardi, 65, of Riverview, passed October 31, 2017, following a very brave battle with several illnesses. Even through her most difficult times, she always had a smile and sweet disposition. She never complained and she was always sunny and grateful to those who were blessed to be a part of her care. Margaux was born in White Plains, NY to Milton and Margaret Nardi. She was an amazing wife, daughter and friend. She loved to laugh and make everyone else smile. She lit up every room she walked into. She had an open heart and open mind. Margaux loved everyone unconditionally and forgave easily. She will be missed everyday by those heartbroken by her loss. Everyone will always remember her beautiful smile. She saw the best in everyone, and always tried to bring it out.

She was preceded in death by her mother, her brother, David Nardi; a sister, Sabrina O’Brien, and Sabrina’s husband, Shawn. She is survived by her husband, Robert; her father, Milton Nardi; 2 sisters, Shelleigh and Davina; and countless other friends from Brandon Regional Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital South, South Bay Hospital, DaVita Dialysis Center, to whom Margaux and Robert will always be grateful.

In lieu of flowers, Margaux’s family requests that memorial contributions in her name be made to:

The American Kidney Foundation at

or The American Diabetes fund at

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Tomorrow, December 1, 2017, will mark 1 full month without you Sweetie. The world has lost a beautiful, loving, self sacrificing soul and I have lost that which makes the world go round. You cannot imagine how much you have touched so many as I am learning everyday. You are the first thing and the last thing and everything in between in my thoughts all the time. Peace, Love, and Happiness for Eternity My Sweet you are deserving of nothing less.