Angela Fiorentino, formerly of Whippany, passed away on May 25, 2021. She was 73. Angela was born to loving parents Attilio and Louisa Grammatica on March 22, 1948 in Corato, Italy.
Angela was an amazing, beautiful, strong, loving wife, mother and grandmother who had a very full 73 years but still left us too soon. She married the love of her life, Anthony Fiorentino, on October 12, 1968, then was blessed with three children. Richard (Rick) in 1970, Robert (Rob) in 1971 and then Lisa in 1979.
She will forever be remembered by those who knew her as a selfless, caring, giving, outspoken person. She was undoubtedly known as a fantastic cook and loved to travel internationally with her husband but most of all she will be remembered as someone who put family before herself.
Angela was devoted to her family. She always provided for them and put their needs above her own. No matter the time of day, or how busy she was, she never hesitated to drop what she was doing to be there or lend a hand. That is what was most important to her, and no doubt one of the many qualities she will be remembered for.
Angela is survived by her beloved husband of over 52 years, Anthony Fiorentino, and their three children, Richard Fiorentino, Robert Fiorentino and Lisa (Fiorentino) DeCicco to whom she was a devoted mother. She is also adored by her seven grandchildren: Nicole, Michael, Daniella, Gabriella, Joseph, Giuliana and Antonio.
She was the cherished daughter of parents Attilio and Louisa Grammatica, and loving sister to Wanda (Vanda) Squillaci and Pasquale Grammatica. She was a dear and loving sister-in-law to her husband’s siblings and their spouses and a caring and loving aunt to eleven nieces and nephews. She is survived by many cousins, other family members, and great friends whose lives were greatly impacted by her kindness.
She will truly be missed by many.