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Lily Hilda (Genco) Quagliotti

Lily Hilda (Genco) Quagliotti

Quagliotti, Lily Hilda (Genco)
It is with great sadness that the family of Lily Quagliotti announces her peaceful passing on Sunday January 12, 2020
Momma ~ “The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day, but the love and memory of you, shall never pass away “
Lily was born in Tampa Fl to Ignazio N. and Antonina Genco. She was 87 years young.
Lily grew up and went to school in Tampa Fl. She worked as a secretary for Tampa Electric and Power Company. She enjoyed going to the beach with her girlfriends and loved to dance at the Coliseum in St. Petersburgh, where she met her husband Ron, and in 1961 they were married at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Tampa.
In the early 70’s they moved to the Orlando area, where she worked for FTU, now UCF, as a secretary and later for WB Dickey Scales.
She was a very kind, loving and forgiving woman and had a great sense of humor. She had a genuine smile that would light up the room.
She is survived by her husband of 59 years Carl ( Ron ) Quagliotti, her 3 children Theresa Franco, Susan ( Paul ) Harford and Ronnie Quagliotti, 4 grandchildren, Nina Johnson, Jessica ( Aaron ) Koref, Ashlyn Franco ( Shawn ) and Austin Franco, 5 great grandchildren, Raven, Logan and Lincoln Johnson, Dominic Riggins and Emerson Koref, and many loving nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her brother Andrew Genco and sister Minnie Franco.
“He will wipe every tear from their eyes, and there will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things are gone forever.”
Revelation 21:4 NLT
Honoring Lily’s wishes, there will be no service, just a private memorial for immediate family. We appreciate your thoughts and prayers and ask you to remember and hold dear to your heart your memories of her.


Jessica Koref

January 15, 2020, 2:34 pm

When I think of my grandma I think of resilience…she endured a lot in her life and I’m proud to be her granddaughter. I will miss being able to go see her anytime I wanted. We miss you grandma. Emerson asks me “where’s nana?” And I’ve been telling him you’re in heaven now with Jesus. Grandpa says you use to dance and that you even made him a better dancer. I can’t help but imagine you dancing with our Lord and savior, living in paradise. You deserve the best, and now you have that. I will see you again one day grandma. I love you.

Bonnie Quagliotti

January 16, 2020, 10:17 pm

In loving memory of Lily I send my condolences to her entire family and friends with great sorrow for her passing but without doubt memories of a lovely woman to whom I shall always keep close to my heart. Lily you are now forever in peace. Love, Bonnie Quagliotti

Francine Jacobs

January 18, 2020, 11:29 pm

I remember all the fun times myself and my brother had when we would visit Aunt Lily, uncle Ron, Terri,susan and Ronnie at their house . I remember Aunt Lily always being so welcoming and lovingly enduring our crazy shows we would put on for them. She always had a sweet and gentle spirit and you could always feel her love for you. I know that she loved her family very much and was so very strong all the time. She was very blessed to have three wonderful children that loved her so much and blessed even more by her grandchildren and great grandchildren that I know adored her. I am so sorry for the loss of this wonderful mom, wife, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt, But I know in my heart she is no longer having health issues and is healed and in heaven where we will all be reunited one day. Love and prayers from Rick, Francine, Kierstin, Ricky, Hannah and Brantlee.

Vicki Osgood-Whatley

February 2, 2020, 10:55 pm

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. Many hugs too! Please know we have you in our hearts. Rest in peace Lily. God Bless.

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