Beverly J. Gigliotti

1940 ∼ 2019

Beverly J. Gigliotti

Beverly passed away on August 6, 2019 after being surrounded by her family and friends.  She was born in Arlington, MA and is survived by her brother Richard Wright and his wife Katherine of Acton, MA  her Niece Judith Croft of Townsend, MA as well as her great nieces Jessica Croft and Danielle Croft and her great nephew Zachary Croft as well as Timothy Croft all of Townsend, MA.

Beverly was the daughter of the late George and Dorothy Wright.  Beverly was twice widowed.  She lost her first husband of 28 years, Leonard Cancelliere in 2001 and her second love Paul Gigliotti passed away in 2004.

Beverly was a graduate of Clark University.  She worked as a Computer Programmer throughout her career.  She belonged to the Cape Cod Curling Club and for over a dozen years Beverly was involved in a Rug Hooking group here in Falmouth with some wonderful ladies. Beverly enjoyed giving her spare time as a volunteer at the Falmouth Service center Food Pantry.

 She was also greatly involved with her Church, faith and community were very important to her.  She was also an avid Red Sox fan. Beverly loved to travel, Rome, Italy, France, Verona, Costa Rica, Australia, just to name a few. People who knew her would say she was reliable and consistent.  Beverly was well regarded by those she met.  Beverly, or Aunt Bev as she was called was very important to her family and will be greatly missed.

A Celebration of Beverly’s life will be held Monday August 12, 2019 at 1pm at the First Congregational Church of Falmouth. 68 Main St, Falmouth, MA 02540


Monday, August 12, 2019 | 1:00 PM

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Beverly J. Gigliotti

1940 ∼ 2019

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