VITTORIA MIGLIORE-FURLONG

Obituary for VITTORIA MIGLIORE-FURLONG

Vittoria Migliore-Furlong, 54 of Brandon, Florida was born on April 8, 1965 in Teaneck, NJ and entered into eternal rest on October 13, 2019. Vicky is survived by her husband, Kevin Furlong, and their son, John Furlong; her sister, Marina Anello-Galimi; her Father, Luis Migliore and his wife Mari; as well as another sister, Michelle Migliore-Tovar, uncles, aunts and many cousins. Preceded in death by her grandfather, Vittorio Farina, mother, Mara Migliore, her uncle, Leo Farina, her grandmother, Maddalena Farina, her brother, Chris Migliore, and her cousin, Karsyn Cantine.
Vicky had a passion in helping others and enjoyed it deeply. Vicky will be remembered by her family and friends as having a great soul and a beautiful personality.
There will be a private celebration of life in the coming days with family and friends at Vicky’s residence. Once we have a date and time, close family and friends will be notified.

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11/05/2019

Vicky, your laughter and love will be missed by me and my family. I wish healing for your sweet sister Marina, husband Kevin, John and all the rest of your family and friends. We are honored to have had you as part of our lives for so many great years. We love you so much.

In sorrow,
The Villardi Family

11/05/2019

Vicky & I first met in 1990, while we were both working at Chilton Memorial Hospital. It was obvious she was a very special person, when we first met. She was an extremely hard worker that had a smile that would light up the floors! She was the kindest, gentlest person I’d seen when handling patients. Her heart was so loving & kind to everyone. She loved her husband Kevin, son John, mother, grandmother & sister Marina, like no one I’d seen before, as well as her other relatives. I’m so sorry that she is gone, but I am blessed to have known her & have had her as a friend, throughout the years. Although the world is a lesser place without her, it is a better place for having had her. I will miss her laughter & sunflower smiles. Until we meet again my friend, I shall forever carry you in my heart. I hope & pray the Lord’s warm & loving hands, soothes the ache in the hearts of your family and friends. With a heavy heart, but lovingly, Jennifer

11/05/2019

she was a wonderful niece she cared about her patients she also was the first one to make me an uncle I will definitely miss her especially her laugh