Vilma Rose Giffoni

Vilma Rose Giffoni was born on August 1, 1931 to Peter and Agnes Lombardi in Providence, RI. She graduated from Mount Pleasant High School and went on to marry Saverio “Sam” Giffoni in 1955. Together they traveled on their honeymoon to California to live and there they raised four children (Stephen, Susan, Joseph and John).

Vilma was a wonderful wife, mother and friend who departed this life on July 31, 2017. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, her 4 children, 8 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter. Vilma was an Arizona snowbird, living between Buckeye, AZ and Ashland, OR.

“Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also and HE praises her: ‘Many woman do noble things but you surpass them all.’” Proverbs 31:28-29

A Vigil will be held at 7:00 pm, Friday August 25, 2017 and a funeral at 1:00 pm, Saturday, August 26, 2017 at Our Lady of the Mountain Catholic Church, 987 Hillview Dr, Ashland, OR 97520.

3 Comments on “Vilma Rose Giffoni

  1. Our warmest regards and deepest regrets for your great loss

  2. Love to the Giffoni family. Vilma was a wonderful person. I know she is in a better place and hopefully laughing it up with Floyd
    Love to Sam
    So sorry

  3. I am so heartbroken to hear of Vilma’s passing. Vilma was a wonderful lady and I have such great memories of her and her great smile. Two things I remember the most is her fantastic Italian cooking (7 course meals). I was quite younger at the time and I had a rough time eating it all, but I had to try everything because it was so good! I also remember Vilma’s great personality. She was always so nice and I could sit for hours and listen to her talk. I have other wonderful memories from my childhood of her and the family as well. I am sad that I did not get to see Vilma and the family more as I grew up, but in my mind it was like yesterday hanging out and playing with the Giffoni kids. Such memories of their home and family. Today I reach out to all of the family and pray that God will comfort you at this time of loss. Four years ago I lost my dad and that was the hardest time ever for me. I never thought of him not being there. I am so very grateful that I did have him in my life for such a long time. This is the same for all of you. We are fortunate to have our parents this long. I still have my mom and you still have your dad so enjoy that time you have left with him. I am sure that is what Vilma would want. Love and kisses to all of you and prayers for your broken hearts and healing.

    Cheryl (McClary) Proett

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