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Linda A. (Bruce) Angiolillo

Born: Wed., Oct. 8, 1947
Died: Tue., Feb. 5, 2019


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Fri., Feb. 08, 2019
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Feb. 08, 2019
Location: Robert M. King Funeral Home

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Sat., Feb. 09, 2019
Location: St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church


Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Sat., Feb. 09, 2019
Location: St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church


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Granville – Linda A. Angiolillo, 71, of Granville, passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 following a brief illness after being diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer.

She was born on October 8, 1947 in Granville, N.Y. the daughter of Harold Bruce and Margaret (Edwards) Bruce, Kehoe.

She graduated from Granville High School, Class of 1966.  She attended Southern Adirondack BOCES obtaining her licensed practical nursing degree in 1983.  After graduating, she was employed for the Glens Falls Hospital for 3 years. Linda was employed for the Gordon M. Thomas Family Practice for 17 years. She was employed for Indian River Adult Home in Granville for many years as a case manager and ended her career as a nurse at Indian River Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (currently Granville Center) in Granville.

She was a communicant and former lector of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Granville.

Linda was an avid bowler at one time and a member of the Glens Falls 600 Club.  She was previously a board member of the Haynes House of Hope in Granville and instrumental in forming the annual coin drop for the organization.

Linda was united in marriage to her husband, Michael G. Angiolillo on September 8, 1979 by Hon. Robert M. King, Town Justice of Granville behind his funeral home under the weeping willow tree which caused many jokes in the family throughout the years.

In October of 1987, she and her husband purchased the Frandino Funeral Home in Whitehall and currently operates under the name of the Michael G. Angiolillo Funeral Home.

She enlisted in the United States Navel Reserve in 1987 where she was honored as “Sailor of the Month and Sailor of the Year for the Glens Falls Navel Reserve Center.  She was always proud that she was activated to active duty and served during “Desert Storm”.  She was a member of the American Legion Post #83 of Whitehall.

Linda was a member of Slate Valley Chapter #122, Order of the Eastern Star in Granville where she served as Worthy Matron several times.   She was appointed as Associate Grand Marshal in 1993 and elected as a Commissioner of Appeals from 1995-96 for the Grand Chapter.  She was then elected to the Grand Chapter Line in 1997 and Elected as Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star of the State of New York in 2001. Following her term as Grand Matron, she was elected as a Trustee for the Grand Chapter for 6 years. She served as the Chairperson for the O.E.S. Nursing Scholarship Committee for several years.

She is predeceased by her father, Harold Bruce and his wife Ruth, and her mother Margaret Kehoe and her husband Edward.

Survivors include her loving husband, Michael G. Angiolillo, her three daughters, LeaAnn Stanley of Cohoes, N.Y., Tracey Coley and her husband Joey of East Windsor, Ct. and Stacey S. Fifield of Wells, Vt. her 7 grandchildren, Erin Rathbun, Scott Myer, Nolan and Hannah Stanley, Colt and Olivia Ballard, Brandon Coley, her two great-grandchildren, Vivienne Ray and Cora Myer. She is also survived by her sister, Carol Dennison and her husband David, her three brothers, Michael, Gregory and Jeffrey Bruce, her two son-in-laws, Keith Stanley and William Ballard, two brothers-in-law, John and Frank Angiolillo, her nieces and nephews, Tami and Kirk Dennison, Frank and Jennifer Angiolillo and Tiffany Towne, several cousins and her very special friend Hilda Viger and her family.

Friends may call on the family from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 pm on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Robert M. King Funeral Home, 23 Church Street, Granville and from 10:00am until the time of the services at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on Saturday February 9.   There will be an Order of the Eastern Star Memorial Service at 3:45pm at the funeral home.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 am on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Bulkley Ave., Granville with Rev Joseph Arockiasamy and Rev. Jerry McKinney officiating. The members of the American Legion will provide military honors immediately following the mass at the church.

Following the services, there will be a reception at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Park Ave. in Granville.

It is requested that memorial contributions take the form of donations in Linda’s memory to Slate Valley Masonic Center, C/O Mrs. Lois Warner, 2 Munson Drive, Granville, N.Y.  12832 or to the O.E.S. Nursing Scholarship Fund, C/O Grand Chapter Office, 1400 Utica Street, Oriskany, N.Y. 13424.

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Lorraine Troy
   Posted Wed February 06, 2019
My sincere condolences to Linda's family at this difficult time.

Nancy Vanderminden Winchell
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. It is so hard to see loved one pass. Hugs and prayers to all!!!

Cathy Ranney
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
Mike, Stacey, and Family
Roger and I would like to send our heart felt condolences. Linda was taken way too early we will always remember her as a fun compassionate person that we always enjoy being around . God bless you all
Roger and Cathy Ranney

John Meyer
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019

A GARDEN PATH was sent by Meyer Gage .


Theresa Gallinari
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
I can't tell you how sad I was to read of your loss of LINDA, I loved her she was such a fighter, not to mention what a Excellent nurse she was, when I worked with her at Indian river the care & safety of the pts. was her main concern, She fought any health obstacle that she encountered, & was happiest when she was working. I'm sure when she passed into her eternal life she was greeted by Angels with the words, WELCOME HOME, JOB WELL DONE.

Michella Regner
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
My deepest sympathy and warm thoughts go out to you and your family. I am so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Your family is forever in my heart and have been there to help us through many tough and sad times.

Love,
The Regner, Kramer, and Spoor families

Russell Loveland
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
I am very sorry to hear of Linda's passing. I had had the privilege of working with her while at Indian River Nursing home. She was a great nurse. To Linda's entire family please know many mourn with you. She enriched everyone's life that she touched. God bless

Emilie Mulligan
   Posted Thu February 07, 2019
Stacy
Know you are in my thoughts and prayers may the kindness your Mom always gave to others fill your heart and sustain you through this difficult trial. You have that kindness.
Emilie

Everett Vail
   Posted Fri February 08, 2019
Dear Michael,
it is with regret that we are not able to say "good bye"
to our Linda. Our years that we were together thru the
order of the Eastern Star gave us memories that will live in
our hearts forever. Thoughts and prayers to you and the
family.
Love, Betty, Everett ((her grand patron 2001)

Mary E Allen
   Posted Fri February 08, 2019
Dear Michael, our deepest sympathy for the loss of Linda. She accomplished so much. She will always be remembered with love and respect. Sorry we cannot attend , as you know Hanks' dementia keeps us from going some places, but you will be in my thoughts and prayers for Gods' peace and the comfort of so many wonderful memories you and Linda shared.

Todd Kilmer
   Posted Fri February 08, 2019
Michael, on behalf of my family and funeral home staff I wish to extend our condolences on the loss of Linda. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Susan and Donald Stewart
   Posted Sat February 09, 2019
Please accept our sincere condolences; Linda was always so kind and warm to us when we had family at Indian River nursing home. So enjoyed her stories about her grandchildren!
Sincere sympathy to her family.

Roxy & Reg Freebern
   Posted Sat February 09, 2019
Michael & Family, Reg and I are sorry for the loss of Linda. Such a great lady and the epitome of what The Order of the Eastern Star stands for. She will be greatly missed. Sorry we won't be able to attend, we are both under the weather and no one else needs to get what we have. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Should you need anything, don't hesitate to call us.


Luana
   Posted Mon February 11, 2019
Michael and Family,
So sorry to hear of your loss. Linda was a great person and a great nurse. Am sure Linda is with our Heavenly Father.
Luana

Kathy Juckett
   Posted Wed February 13, 2019
Hey Mike, I am so very sorry for your loss of your beautiful wife...I wasn’t able to attend calling hours but wanted you to know I am thinking of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Hang in there. Let me know if you need anything! Kathy

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