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Gloria Filomena Boyle

March 11, 1929February 10, 2021

Gloria F. Boyle, age 91 of Lakewood, NJ passed away on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at the Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus in Lakewood, NJ. Gloria was born on March 11,1929 in Brooklyn, NY. She lived in Brooklyn and later in Floral Park on Long Island before moving to Lakewood, NJ many years ago. She worked for Sinclair Oil and a large advertising firm in New York City prior to her retirement. Gloria was a beloved Godmother to many and enjoyed travelling and going to Atlantic City. Gloria is survived by a step-son Joseph Boyle, a brother Frank Barone and his wife Theresa, a sister-in-law Patricia Barone, a dear niece Deborah Jonneaux along with many other cousins, nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Gloria was preceded in death by her husband Robert Boyle, step-son David Boyle, her parents Pietro and Filomena Barone and brother, Joseph Barone. Due to the unfortunate and uncertain nature of the COVID pandemic, inclement weather conditions and other factors, a viewing and service will not be scheduled and instead, at this time, only entombment will be at Pinelawn Memorial Park, 2030 Wellwood Avenue, Farmingdale, NY 11735 with a ceremony and mass later on in the year to be announced. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at http://www.DEliaFuneralHome.com for the Boyle family. Since there are no services at this time and in lieu of flowers, donations to the American Cancer Society or the Veterans of Foreign Wars would be preferred and most appreciated.

Services

  • All Services Private Due To Pandemic, Memorial Mass of Christian Burial To Be Announced At Later Date

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Jackie Siravo

February 19, 2021

Aunt Gloria was one of a kind. She had an infectious laugh, she was thoughtful and generous and gave the best hugs.

I’m so grateful to have had such a loving figure in my life and I’m heartbroken by her passing. She was blessed to live a long and full life making wonderful memories with the family and friends in her life. She loved to reminisce and laugh. She always wanted you to know how much you were loved and I just feel so fortunate to have been a part of her life.

I will miss you so very much, Aunt Gloria. I hope you are with Uncle Bob. Thank you for all of the love and priceless memories. I love you always!

Greg Overhuls

February 19, 2021

My Aunt Gloria was such a beacon of light in my life. Her positivity, warmth, and enthusiasm were contagious. When you were around her, you just felt better. Talking with her was special.

She loved telling me stories about when I was little. She made me feel like I was there again. I will miss hearing these again, but I'll always remember and cherish them.

I am truly blessed to have had such a wonderful person in my life. She truly loved and cared for my family so much. Her loss reminded me how rare people like her are.

I am happy that she is at rest and can be with my Uncle Bob again.

I will miss you and love you always, Aunt Gloria.

Deborah Jonneaux

February 14, 2021

I have so many memories of my beautiful Godmother and Aunt Gloria that I could write a book! She was very special to me and my children. We went so many places together in New York, New Jersey and Florida.
Her memory was uncanny and always reminisced with me about when I was a baby and the trip back to Brooklyn, NY from California where I was born. She loved my children, Jackie and Greg, and always talked about them too with much love.
I will miss you, our conversations and our wonderful times together so much. Rest in peace my dear aunt. I love you forever.

Frank & Theresa Barone

February 14, 2021

I will miss you, Gloria, my sister, my friend. We shared so many beautiful years together, I always loved talking with you about the good ole days and how lucky we were to have such a loving family.

Gloria, you were a great sister-in-law and a good friend! I will miss you always!!

John Acca

February 14, 2021

Gloria was my godmother and cousin and maid of honor to my Mom, Marie. I remember how she loved to dance and was energetic even into her later years . She attended my wedding and 25th anniversary party as well as other occasions throughout the years . We last saw her a number of years ago at a get together in Atlantic City with family. She always had a smile on, she was smart and fun loving. She always remembered my birthdays and when I was young she always sent me a chocolate bunny at Easter. We all will miss her very much. Rest In Peace Godmother Gloria. Love Johnny and Angela ❤️🙏

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY