OBITUARY

Charles J. Abbinanti

5 December, 194523 April, 2021

ABBINANTI - Charles J. “ We love you but God loves you more”. April 23, 2021. Husband of Olivia Pagalilauan; father of Elyse Abbinanti Sparcino, Tiffany Abbinanti-Badame and David Abbinanti; grandfather of Gianna, Dante, Valentino, Enrico, Tyler, and Tia Louise; mother of Charles’ children, Louise (Sciolino) Abbinanti; son of the late Charles and Vincenza (Augello) Abbinanti. No prior visitation. Family and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated from St. Gregory the Great Church on Wednesday at 10:30 AM. Arrangements by PERNA, DENGLER, ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME. Please share your condolences and memories online at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com

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Olivia Pagalilauan

28 May 2021

Honey,

On June 2, 2021, you will be put to your final resting place....a place where your brothers in arms are with you.

Remember before when we joke each other, you always tell me that you don't need a fancy burial but your wish is to be buried in a Veteran cemetery.

Your wish is my command, hon. I waited so much until you got approved to be buried at the National Cemetery.

Angelina Ubina

27 April 2021

Rest in peace Charles and thank you for everything that you've to us when we visited you and Olive in Buffalo.

We love you. You're gone but never forgotten..

Mama Angelina

Lizz Sandalo

27 April 2021

Charles. you are not just a brother in law to me..I consider you and call you my big bro Charles, You are a jolly and a very caring person.
Meeting you 3x already and my
sister Olivia made me realized how much sweet good memories I had with you both. In 2013 when I first met you , you and my sister visited me in California in my daughter's place to give me a warm welcome in America and to personally give your sincere condolences hugging me for the death of my loving hubby. We checked in in a nice.place and I noticed how much love I felt from you and my sister when you asked my sister to drive me around to shopping areas in that place because I said I love shopping and going home, yummy foods are already prepared for us and all are ready to eat.Then you invited me to join you in Las Vegas. Driving to Las Vegas you have so many stories about anything that make us laugh hard..When we reached Polo Club hotel it was an evening already, I told my sister I want a new hair color..it was already dark but you said, honey go down with Lizz to buy a hair color she wants..Ill be the one to apply her hair color..I was like..what? I thought U're just kidding, so there , we were able to buy my hair color and its night time you did the application of my new hair color..OMG.where in the world can I find a brother inlaw like You?..its just only U..and only U that can make that thing am so sure of that...and after that, you asked my sister to bring me around to all Casino houses /hotels until early morning..And when we got back U prepared the best brewed coffee for me coz we both love to drink brewed coffee ☕ so much Lol you told me, Lizz I see you U love taking selfie pictures, and U said to my sister, honey do it for her U take loads of pictures in all good places. 2nd meeting was when I visited you in Buffalo the sweetness of preparing brewed coffee every 4 hrs and your yummy cooking of beef menu and pasta. REST IN PEACE my broCharles, iloveyou ❤ 💕 💛

Angela Parayno

26 April 2021

Uncle Charles,
The news of your passing brought grief not only to our Auntie Olivia, but to our whole family as well. We grieve the loss of a beautiful and loving soul. We grieve the loss of a man so caring. We grieve the loss of a great patriot who had journeyed miles away from home to fight for what his country believed in, and in the process had been taken and survived being a prisoner of war. We grieve the loss of a true believer of Christ. We grieve losing the chance to see you once more, spend a day or two with you, speak, learn, and be left in awe of your wisdom and kind words. We grieve.
Nonetheless, we are comforted by the thought that you are now with our Creator in Heaven, a place where there is no pain and sorrow, and that one day, we will all meet again. For now, we would just have to hold on dearly in our hearts, the few, but very memorable moments that we had spent with you. Thank you for visiting us here in California and being here for us when we were grieving my father's death and were adjusting to our new role as parents after I gave birth to our first child. Thank you for celebrating my first Thanksgiving here in the US with us. Thank you for your sweet smiles and thoughtful greetings over the phone. We love you, Uncle Charles. May light perpetual shine upon your soul and may you be at peace, in Heaven. We promise to look after Auntie Olivia and Senorita for you.
Sincerely,
Anj and Lester Parayno

Sandy O'Connor

26 April 2021

Louise and Family, very sorry for your loss.

Jhustri Otero

25 April 2021

Uncle Charles,

Your presence we miss.
Your memory we treasure.
Rest In Peace.

Loving you always,

The Pagkaliwagan Family

Olivia Pagalilauan

25 April 2021

The day I met you, I thought it's forever!
Having you in my life is a blessings 💕, loosing you is devastating.
We had our ups and downs, we argue but we always resolve the issue before bedtime.
Our love is not perfect but we survive everything because we love each other unconditionally 💕💕💕.
Honey, you're gone but you will always be a part of my life. I love and miss you so much 😘💕🥰

Olivia Pagalilauan

25 April 2021

The day I met you, I thought it's forever!
Having you in my life is a blessings 💕, loosing you is devastating.
We had our ups and downs, we argue but we always resolve the issue before bedtime.
Our love is not perfect but we survive everything because we love each other unconditionally 💕💕💕.
Honey, you're gone but you will always be a part of my life. I love and miss you so much 😘💕🥰

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