Virginia "Ginnie" M. Nigro

1/13/2020

Virginia “Ginnie” M. (DeFlacieux) Nigro, age 80, of Fair Lawn, NJ passed away on Monday, January 13, 2020.  Born and raised in Paterson, NJ where she was a 1956 graduate of Central High School, she resided in Fair Lawn since 1964.  Mrs. Nigro was a member of Van Riper-Ellis-Broadway Baptist Church in Fair Lawn.  An active woman, she was a member of the Fair Lawn chapter of Sweet Adelines International and Trail Tramps Camping Club of Fair Lawn.  An accomplished seamstress, she owned and operated Sewtique in Fair Lawn for many years.  Ginnie, who was fond of frogs, enjoyed traveling, crossword puzzles and time spent with family, especially her grandchildren.

Prior to retiring, she was an accounting clerk with Sandvik in Fair Lawn.

Beloved wife of 60 years of Salvatore Nigro.  Loving and devoted mother of Brian Nigro and wife Robin, Laura Lomauro and husband Thomas and Cheryl Boone and husband Rev. David Boone.  Cherished grandmother “Meema” of Mallory, Marty, Nick, Kiernan and Cameron.  Adored Great-grandmother of Sterling.  She is also survived by her fuzzy grandchildren, Gremlin and Hawk.

The family will receive relatives and friends Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 5-8 pm and Thursday, January 16, 2020, 10 – 11 am at Van Riper-Ellis-Broadway Baptist Church, 7-01 River Road, Fair Lawn, NJ.  A funeral service is planned for Thursday 11 am at the church.  Cremation will be private.  In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Ginnie to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK  73123-1718 would be appreciated. 

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There are no words for me to explain how sorry I am for the loss of “Ms. Ginnie”. One of the kindest, most loving women I have ever met. I know your entire family will miss her. She loved her family so much, and I know her love lives on through her children and grandchildren. Love y’all so much
Sherry Martindale
1/21/2020
RIP Mrs. Nigro you will be missed, but know you have left a tremendous legacy behind. Your son my brother and brother to many , is a great man due to your tutorage,a legacy to truly be proud of. Love and respect -Brett
Brett Reyes
1/16/2020
So I for your loss
Karen Peterson
1/13/2020
I am so sorry for your loss I pray that you will find peace that she is not in pain anymore. God bless you all during this sad time in your life.
Denise Farrington
1/13/2020
My sweet aunt, Heaven now has one of the finest this world has ever seen. Your sense of humor was amazing and will be missed. You were an important part of my childhood as well as life. I miss you already. Family functions will never be the same. Thank you and may you Rest In Peace, I love you
Joe caiola
1/13/2020
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