Mrs. Louise (Tinti) Gianotti, 100, passed away on December 11, 2011, in Davie, Florida. Louise was born July 14, 1911 in Port Erie, Canada. The youngest of four siblings, Louise emigrated to the states and was a resident of Connecticut, New York and Florida. Fluent in Italian and English, Louise loved the simple things in life: food, finances and family. Louise was predeceased in death by her husband of over 50 years, Bernard Gianotti, and is survived by her beloved children Melvyn, Robert, and Nancy. Louise is also survived by 10 grand children and 16 great grand children. There will be a memorial service in Louise's honor on Tuesday, December 13, between 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Fred Hunter's Funeral Home located at 2401 S. University Drive, Davie, FL 33324. Donations in Louise's honor should be sent to Hospice by the Sea, Care Center of Boca Raton, 1531 W. Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33486
Hey we'll all granted you to be the best grandma and me Justin Edoo and Andres Mendoza met my teacher in eighth grade and my teacher Mr. Howell died in may 11, 2013 and I miss my teacher so much that he was the best language arts teacher at Walter c young. And grandma you make me feel happy and I miss you for years now and we will never see you again on the day of judgement.
Hello my name is Justin Edoo I am 16 years old. I am a very gentlemen about your grandma. About 2 years I saw your grandmother Lousie Gianotti at the supermarket. I saw Robert, Melvin and Nancy and they were so patient that they were nice of you. And you were the best grandma I have ever seen. God bless you rest in peace grandma and we miss you from 2 years ago.
I remember the first time Dad and Nan and I visited Garden City South, L.I. It was our first train trip and Auntie Lou and Uncle Bernie went all out to welcome us. I can remember eating food until I could no longer stand up , and them come desert. Syvia has always kept us updated on the Tinit's and for that we thank her. Auntie Lou was a kind and very generous lady. My dondolences to Nancy ,Butchie and Melvin.
Louise, you are such a sweet lady and so grateful for any small service or attention given to you. Those who have been in contact with you will always remember your smiling, serene face and your endearing smile. May the angels surround you in your sleep and guide you in your journey..
Always with a smile, as the picture shows so well.
I'll always remember going to your house and playing there as a kid. Your homemade food was always the best. You taught me so much about life and you are such an inspiration to me. I'm so blessed I got to have you in my life for as long as I did. You were the best great grandma ever, and I'm honored to have your name as my middle name. I will miss you so much. I love you.
Grandma I learned so many things from you and never understood their importance until later in life. They were the basics, the fundamentals, the strong foundation of which to build your life upon. They are too many to put down here, but a few will strike a chord with all who knew you. You taught me how to listen to somone and let them know that you cared about them. You taught me how to save money for that rainy day and invest it too, so it would grow until you needed it, and as you knew we've seen our rainy day. You taught me how to laugh as laughter is the best medicine. You taught me how to take pride in all that you do, even the little things in life matter. You taught me how to be a good friend, a good brother, a good son, and a good Father and you gave me the gift of a Family that loved one another and loved you as no other. I will miss you dearly.
Grandma, I will always have fond memories celebrating our birthdays every year in the month of July. I can also remember waiting to see the Christmas show at Radio City music Hall standing for hours in line and complaining as a young kid. You could always make me smile, and I will never forget how you would tease grandpa about drinking to much beer. Your life is a celebration reaching a milestone that most of us and probably all of us will not reach. I feel god gave you this precious gift because you were a very special person to many. You will be missed.
My love for you will always be in my heart. Say hello to grandpa for me in heaven.
Your grandson Gary
Grandma, you taught me to cherish the simple but important things in life. I will always have fond memories of sleeping over your house, watching countless hours of CNBC with Grandpa and of course all those home made meals.
I can't eat apple pie or gnocchi without thinking of you! I am grateful for the time Debbie and Ava were able to spend with you as well.
Brian, Debbie & Ava
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