Joseph Girardi RitesApril 11,2013Joseph Girardi Rites
WEST RUTLAND — Funeral services for Joseph Girardi, 81, who died April 5, 2013, were held Tuesday, April 9, at St. Bridget’s Church in West Rutland. Officiating was the Rev. Vincent Coppola, pastor.
Burial followed in St. Bridget’s Cemetery, with the Rev. Coppola reading the prayers of the burial service.
Angela Lundrigan was organist.
Olivia Gawet was vocalist.
Bearers were John Ruggiero, William Donahue, Charles Coombs, Anthony Gallo, Frank Gallo and Jerry Gallo.
Readers were Francesca Girardi Coombs and Maria Girardi Donahue.
Remembrances were offered by Rina Girardi.
Prayer services were held Monday, April 8, at Clifford Funeral Home.
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