1932 ∼ 2020
Orazio L Giliberti of Totowa, NJ wrote:
Uncle Lui was an amazing caring uncle. He always shared his wisdom, his laughter, his smiling ways and guidance. Our days with him in Somerset toying with his 50's autos allowed us an appreciation of his amazing life's history. Uncle Lui and Aunt Jean with my two cousins Lucia and Marion fortified good values and common sense in our families lives. He simply was a Prince of Goodness. God Bless you Uncle Luigi With Love Orazio
Kathleen Moore of Sandwich MA wrote:
Jean, I’m so sorry for your loss. May God bless you and your family.
Chuck Gasior of Mashpee wrote:
Dear Jean: Debbie and I extend our sincere sympathy to you and to your family on the passing of Louie. I came to know you while you were the secretary to the Mashpee Charter Study Commission, and subsequently learned we shared a common period of years as New Jersey residents. But I came to know Louie when he would devotedly attend St. Peter's Church with you on Sundays. We hope during this period of grieving you and your daughters can gain solace from the memories of a long, devoted and good life together. Please let us know if there is any assistance we can give you.
Brian and Kristen Drobnis of Mashpee Mass wrote:
Lui was the best neighbor anyone could ask for. He was always a kind man and always willing to lend a hand to help anyone in need. Lui always loved our dogs and I always loved our conversations together. I never saw him in a bad mood. He was always happy. He loved his home and his landscaping and he spent hours working around the house. He was a very hardworking man. I always looked forward to coming to the cape on weekends because I knew I would see Lui. He always kept an eye on my home for me. I will very much miss my friend Luigi and the neighborhood will never be the same again. May he always Rest In Peace. Brian and Kristen Drobnis
Jim & Donna Oliveto of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Dear Jean, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We remember how proud Lui was of his grape vines, vegetable gardens and fig trees. He was greatly respected as a friend and neighbor. Lui so loved his family and his country. The good lord whispered to Lui that he needed another great baker in heaven and Lui said I am ready. Rest in peace Lui. We love you and will miss you.
Janet Main of Old Bridge Township wrote:
Jean, my condolences to you and your family. I don't know if you remember me from Johnson & Johnson but I want to thank you for easing me back into the Law Department when I returned after being home 5 years raising my children. Hope you are well.
Chester Brandt of East Brunswick New Jersey 08816 wrote:
I first met Lui in 1982 when working at Wonder Bread in East Brunswick. He was a tireless worker who put in many hours on the job to provide an education for his girls and a home for his family. Lui and I spent many many hours working together and I enjoyed his company tremendously. There was no one who worked in our bread department who did their job with such due diligence as Lui did. I enjoyed our many conversations. I remember he shared with me how tough it was growing up during the second world war in Italy as a young boy . I think those experiences made him a survivor and willing to go to any length to get what he needed to achieve his maximum potential in life.The smile in your picture says it all— and that is the Lui I will always remember, Rest easy my old friend.
Domenicfproscia of Sarasota Florida 34232 wrote:
Mrs Gilberti I was so sad when you told me Louie passed I worked with Louie for 12 years at wonderbread he was like a dad to me always giving me advice, he was the greatest man to work with,I will miss our holiday pone calls love you Lou say hello to Joe Gallioto in heaven