Lynn Patricia Giuliani
April 11, 1939 – March 9, 2020
Lynn Patricia (Cassidy) Giuliani passed on March 9, 2020 in Centennial, Colorado.
Lynn was born April 11, 1939 in The Bronx, New York to William Francis Cassidy and Anne Perchuck. She lived in New York until she moved to Connecticut when she was 5 years old. She lived most of her childhood in Coventry, Connecticut. Summers were spent swimming at the lake close to her home. After she graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1961 with a degree in English, she moved to Massachusetts where she taught elementary school. While she was living in Brookline, Massachusetts, she met Charles Fermo Giuliani in a parking lot. He won her over by taking her out for lobster. Lynn and Charles were married on August 7, 1965 and moved to West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Their daughter Cara was born in 1967, and a year later the three of them moved to Sharon, Massachusetts. Their daughters Lisa was born in 1969 and Cristina was born in 1974. Lynn loved living in Sharon and was friends until her passing with many people that she met there. Lynn worked part time at the Sharon Credit Union as a teller.
In May of 1975, Lynn, Charles and their daughters moved to Centennial, Colorado. Lynn worked as a teller and in the personnel department at Southeastern Savings Bank for a few years. When Lynn was in her late 30’s, she began working as a travel agent. Lynn loved to talk to people, so she thrived as a travel agent. Lynn also loved to travel and was able to visit over 30 countries during her life. Lynn loved spending time in Italy visiting Charles’s relatives and friends. She thought she should have been Italian since her favorite thing to do was to have lively conversations at the dinner table. Lynn made lifelong friends wherever she went and was in the same book club for over 18 years. She always loved visiting any type of water (lake, ocean, etc.) and was able to see some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Even though many family members and friends lived out of state, Lynn and Charles were able to visit them often.
Lynn is survived by her loving husband Charles of Centennial and her 3 daughters: Cara DeLucia and her husband Tony of Mansfield, Massachusetts, Lisa Champeau and her husband Keith of Englewood, Colorado and Cristina Giuliani of East Elmhurst, New York. She is also survived by her 6 grandchildren: Nicholas DeLucia, Elena DeLucia, Andre Champeau, Ava Champeau, Sofia Estrada and Lucas Estrada. She is also survived by her brother Alan Cassidy and his wife Alice of Bradenton, Florida, her aunt Katherine Perchuck Behan and her husband William of Austin, Texas and many cousins and friends.
Lynn’s family and friends will gather at a later date for a funeral mass at the Church of the Risen Christ, 3060 South Monaco Parkway, Denver. Memorial donations may be made to the Denver Botanic Gardens since Lynn loved to walk and see the flowers there.
Please go to https://flourish.botanicgardens.org/botanicgardensgiving and be sure to fill out the bottom portion of that page that includes the Tribute section. Choose IN MEMORY OF and fill out Lynn Giuliani.
Lynn Patricia Giuliani
March 26, 2020
You know how much you are loved when I publicly post the family nickname I never use, but you called me for over 77 years! When I think of you I am wrapped in love and laughter. Although separated by distance we solved many problems on the phone for hours. So many memories that we laughed about over and over again. You and Elaine leaving me in a tree we climbed so I couldn’t hang with you; Brad almost driving us thru the Kentucky Fried Chicken window in Florida; sharing many bottles of wine while solving world problems; special limoncello evenings in Grignasco and Carole and debating who has the ugliest Perchuck toes! I will miss this special “cuz” who brought me so much joy. You were a wonderful wife, mother and most of all a great friend. To
Charles and the girls my sympathy for your loss. Time will help heal your grief but the memories of her love of family and life will
fill the holes in your hearts.
March 25, 2020
I met Lynn when I spent the summer in Denver in the mid 80s. I was stopping with the Schipper’s down the road and helping out in the travel agency. Lynn was such an easy person to get on with and had such a ready laugh. She was astute and discrete, kind and affectionate, generous and full of curiosity. Such a fabulous mother and wife, and a loyal friend.
I regret that, given the distance between our continents, we were only really spectators of each other’s lives, but the warmth that radiated from Lynn’s life was an inspiration. May you continue to feel Lynn’s warmth radiating in your family through your memories and customs for years to come.
Gino kathleen Rosi
March 25, 2020
We had great times together in italy!! What a hoot of a lady! Our love and prayers to the whole family!
March 25, 2020
This is a woman who was here for me in so many significant ways and days...in both the darkest and best moments. Such a dear friend and forever a missing piece of my heart. To say I will miss her, her counsel, her wisdom, her company, is a great understatement. With great tenderness and sadness, it was time to say goodbye. Until we meet again, dear friend. I love you like the stars love shining. Cheryl Kuebrich