Nicola Buglione, age 83, died on May 8, 2006 at his home in Venice, FL. He was born on October 20, 1922 in Baiano, Italy. He moved from Italy to New Jersey in 1972 and has been residing in Venice, FL for the last 20 years. He was a machinist for Fisher and Stevens, Inc. in Clifton, NJ. He was of the Catholic faith. He was a solider in the Italian Army and was a Prisoner of War in England for seven years.
Nicola is survived by his wife, Carolina of Venice, FL; daughter, Carmela Fair also of Venice, FL, son, Paolo Buglione of Garfield, NJ and four grandchildren. He was pre-ceded in death by his son, Lorenzo Buglione.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 PM at the Farley Funeral Home Venice Chapel. Graveside service and interment will be held on Friday at 11:00 AM at Venice Memorial Gardens. Farley Funeral Home Venice Chapel is handling arrangements.
A Father-in-law can be just that and nothing more. When he becomes a friend and is gone forever, then you know there is an empty space in your heart that will never be the same again. Nicola was both to me and I will miss him very much. Lovingly your son-in-law, Bob
The silly games we played, the smile in his eyes, his way with nature, the compassion in his touch. Words were never needed to express all the love he had in his heart. There was so much that I did not know about him, but the pride he felt for his family was always so clear. My comfort lies in knowing that he will be reunited with those that have already passed. I love you grandpa. Nicole
NONNO, Your time has come for your new life to start, You’re in a beautiful place now but always in my heart. I know again we will meet one day, I just wish for now you could stay. I hate that I lived in a different place, It wasn’t often I felt your warm embrace. You had a face so gentle, you had the most loving eyes. A beautiful soul, a heart of enormous size. I have many memories I will always remember, especially the ones I have from 2005 December. The last time I saw you I remember it clearly, your smile alone ensured you loved me dearly. Remember the flower you gave me that day. You don’t know this, but I couldn’t throw it away. Remember all the times you stole the nose off my face. Such a silly memory, I could never erase. You told me you loved me. You had tears in your eyes. The fact that you got so emotional was no big surprise. You always had a huge soft spot, all the grandkids know, you would do anything for us as you watched us grow. Even though you didn’t know English very well and your hearing was shot, when I was in a room with you I didn’t have to say a lot. You appreciated the time, I appreciated it too. Just so you know, I WILL ALWAYS LOVE AND MISS YOU!!! Tu Sei Sempre nel mio cuore! Ti amo nonno!