Michelina Nigro


Michelina Nigro, age 68, of Marathon, NY, passed away on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.  Born in Savignano, Italy, she immigrated with her brother to the United States in 1959 residing for many years in Marathon.  An artistic and talented crafter, Michelina created personal greeting cards for family and friends.

Beloved daughter of the late Maria Grazia Savignano and Domenico Nigro.  Loving sister of Angelo Nigro and wife Mimi.  Cherished aunt of Grazia Nigro-Mastellone and Mia Ferraro and husband David.   Adored great aunt of Lucia, Julianna, Nicholas and Daniela.

All services are private.  If you are considering an expression of sympathy, the family wishes in lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Michelina to the Christian Health Care Center, 301 Sicomac Avenue, Wyckoff, NJ 07481.

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I am so sorry to hear about Mickey's passing. She has been a dear friend for many years. We shared a lot of good times together. I will miss our frequent talks.
Walter Halm
It was my pleasure to get to know Mickey at the Monday night choir practices. She was always a welcoming presence, remembering details about my family and wishing us well. I saw her reach out to Volunteers and spaceother residents in a compassionate and loving way. I will always remember her optimism and positive spirit.
Donna Dykstra
Mickey was the most enthusiastic, helpful participant when I led events in the activity department at CHCC. I grew particularly close to her during the covid crisis when residents spent so many hours locked in their room with little to do, Mickey & I spent many hours on the phone every day. She was such a loving, giving, prayerful person. May her family's memories of her comfort them at this time. I will miss her forever.
bonnie rehse
Michelina was part of the Rosary Group that I led for the West 4 Residents. Mickey was always so caring of others, She made me going away and returning posters when I was on vacation. She was always sharing her beautiful cards and gifts with other residents. I am missing her smile and generosity. God bless her Family..
Barbara Sayah
I was so sorry to hear of Mickey’s passing. She was always so kind, friendly and her concern for others was felt by all. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. With sincere sympathy, Jeffrey Roper CHCC Volunteer
Jeffrey Roper
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