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Graziella Infusino, affectionately referred to as Grace or Amazing Grace, peacefully passed away surrounded by her loving family at home on November 12, 2023. Born to Giuseppina and Daniele Grossi from the village of Terelle within the province of Frosinone, Italy on July 2, 1945, Grace was the cherished wife of Armando for almost six decades. She was the loving mother of Danny (Claudia) and Robert (Lori) and the proud grandmother of Christina (late Anthony Rinomato), Armando, Luke, Francesco, and Isabella. Grace experienced the joy of becoming a great-grandmother to Galileo.
Throughout her life, Grace provided unwavering support to her beloved husband Armando. When he opened a business with his brother in 1974, she worked tirelessly as a seamstress in the first few years, and was supportive throughout her husband's career as the business continued to grow. Grace instilled in her children the importance of hard work and dedication. As a result of her and Armando's efforts and sacrifices, their children were granted numerous opportunities.
Grace and Armando exemplified an extraordinary bond, displaying a love that was unparalleled. They travelled the world together, embraced hard work, and shared a childlike love that was infectious and heartwarming. Over the past 50 years, they built an extensive network of friends with whom they embarked on meaningful vacations. To commemorate their 50th wedding anniversary, Grace and Armando organized a family vacation that created everlasting memories.
With her warm hospitality, Grace's home became a sanctuary for many. She greeted guests with love, care, and enthusiasm, making them feel like family even if they arrived unannounced. Her culinary skills were renowned as she spent hours crafting traditional Italian meals and sweets for her loved ones. Grace possessed a nurturing spirit that allowed people to confide in her without fear of judgment. Her guidance and wisdom were invaluable, always uplifting those around her through her positive and selfless nature.
Grace possessed an innate desire to help those in need. Whether it was providing a home-cooked meal or offering emotional support, she extended a helping hand to anyone who required assistance. Even in the face of her own illness, Grace displayed unparalleled love and kindness towards others. The family wishes to express their gratitude to Sue Cuccullo and Antonietta Boni, who acted as earthly angels by offering unwavering support day or night during Grace's time of need.
The family would also like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Vincent Maida for his exceptional care and compassion during this difficult period. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to Hospice Vaughan.
The void she leaves behind is a testament to the profound impact she had on all of us. Yet, in that absence we find the inspiration to live as she did: with kindness, strength, and boundless love.
There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains.
“Love you … Love you more … “
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