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Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home

1081 Jeffco Blvd, Arnold, MO

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William "Bill" Frank Gianino

26 février 195126 juin 2020
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William "Bill" Frank Gianino, 69, Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Friday, June 26, 2020. Bill was born to the late Frank Lawrence and Marion Evelyn Gianino (nee Scott) on February 26, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Bill is the beloved husband of Kathleen "Kathy" Gianino (nee Colombo); loving father of William "Billy" M. (Maria) Gianino and Anthony "Tony" J. (Kim) Gianino. Adoring Paw Paw and Poppy of Eva, Anna, William, Evelyn and Vivian; admired brother of Joanie Hug and Carol (Mark) Rulo; dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, and friend to many.

Bill was proud to have served in the United States Army. His passion was his family business. He enjoyed working with and mentoring his sons, family members, employees and friends in the business. He loved being part of the community and serving as president of the Krieg Gianino Family Foundation with Footprints; a program with Cardinal Glennon Hospital for Children. In his off time he spent time at his beloved farm, traveled with the love of his life and golfed with his many friends. Bill will be missed by so many!

Visitation will be held Sunday, July 5, 2020 from 1-8:00 pm at Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home, 1081 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold, Missouri 63010. The funeral mass is scheduled for 11:00 am, Monday, July 6, 2020, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 6020 Old Antonia Road, Imperial, Missouri, 63052. A private burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery will follow mass.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Footprints Program with Cardinal Glennon or to the American Heart Association.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.heiligtagfuneralhome.com for the Gianino family

  • FAMILLE

  • Frank Lawrence Gianino, Father (deceased)
  • Marion Evelyn Gianino (nee Scott), Mother (deceased)
  • Kathleen "Kathy" Gianino (nee Colombo), Wife
  • William "Billy" M. (Maria) Gianino, Son
  • Anthony "Tony" J. (Kim) Gianino, Son
  • Eva Gianino, Grandchild
  • Anna Gianino, Grandchild
  • William Gianino, Grandchild
  • Evelyn Gianino, Grandchild
  • Vivian Gianino, Grandchild
  • Joanie Hug, Sister
  • Carol (Mark) Rulo, Sister
  • Dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle and friend to many.
  • DONS

  • SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Foundation
  • American Heart Association

Services

  • Visitation

    dimanche, 5 juillet , 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    lundi, 6 juillet , 2020

Souvenirs

William "Bill" Frank Gianino

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Polly Fick

6 juillet , 2020

My belated dght, Mary jo Ryan worked at your restaurant with
Tara McVey it was her lst job, and affected her work ethic. ~~~~
I know how your heart aches “Blessed are those who mourn”
I will keep you in my prayers.... at the end of our lives all that really
Matters is what we have done for our neighbor (s). - I will make a donation in Mary jo ‘s honor to Footprints” as u suggested.. till then
Know your family is loved and respected... pray, pray and then pray some more

Polly FAulstich -Ryan Fick

Lori McElvain

5 juillet , 2020

My deepest condolences to the Gianino family for this huge loss. I can still hardly find words. Not just a client, but a friend and mentor. I was fortunate to be the recipient of a lot of Bill wisdom during downtime at the jobsite waiting for workers to show up or a meeting to start. I can’t remember most people’s names unless I’ve met them three times and Bill could remember details about my family and would ask and inquire. I love that I got to learn about cattle ranching and hear Bill talk excitedly about the birth of a calf ... right alongside interior design and construction management. Of course, right at the center of everything was talk of his grandchildren and his sons...and how his daughters-in-law fussed over his health just like his wife. A huge priority for Bill that I got to witness over and over was that Kathy got whatever she needed and that she was *happy*…She was his true pride.
We should all be so lucky in love.
I’m going to miss his stories and his advice. I’m proud of what we created together, Bill.
Thank you for being a loyal client, mentor and friend. Rest In Peace.

David Pazdernik

3 juillet , 2020

PLEASE ACCEPT OUR DEAPEST SYMPATHIES FROM SHARI AND I . I AM CHERISHING A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES FROM OUR GOLF TRIPS TOGETHER . BILL WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON AND A GOOD MAN . HE HAS LEFT A LEGACY OF ACHIEVEMENTS FOR HIS FAMILY TO BUILD ON . GOD BLESS YOU KATHY AND YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY . UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN BUDDY .

BIG DAVE & SHARI

Sandi Brust

2 juillet , 2020

Thank you,Bill, for believing in Jamie and trusting him with your restaurant.
You mean so much to him. Rest In Peace.

Nick Lindwedel

2 juillet , 2020

Bill, if I had to choose one word to describe you.. I'd use two.. CLASS ACT! Regardless of how busy you were you always seem to make time to speak to everyone who needed your ear. You truly were a groundbreaking restauranteur ! And have left a footprint in St.Louis! Will miss you.. praying for your family!

Mikey McKay

2 juillet , 2020

God Bless you Bill and may you rest in peace. I've always looked up to you and have enjoyed our countless visits over the many years I have known you. Prayers for your family and long live your wonderful legacy my friend.

Bob Oldani

2 juillet , 2020

Kathy and family, so sorry for your loss. I have a lot of great memories hanging out with Bill when we were in high school.

RIP Bill.

Mike Scott

2 juillet , 2020

I was fortunate to work for Bill and Cathy way back in the 1970's at the Gianinos in Maryland Heights. Bill always treated the crew with respect, coupled with a good time. I can still remember him grinding up his special blend of cheese and then the world's best Italian sausage. People living in Spanish Trace apartments probably would have starved if not for that great store. Bill gave opportunity to many of young men and women in their first job. He will be sorely missed and in my memory for ever.

Stefanie Bauer Ledbetter

2 juillet , 2020

I’m so sorry Billy. My father will welcome your father with open arms. My condolences to your entire family. Prayers.

Ed Kammer

1 juillet , 2020

We would be remiss if we didn’t describe Bill as one of the nicest people you’d ever want to meet. Along with his smile was that ever present cigar. He made you feel important as if you were part of his family. His business acumen was above par and he never made a big deal about it. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Gianino family. He was loved and he will be missed greatly.

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