Marie Mildred Giordano

marie giordano
Of Reston, Va., formerly of Vienna, Va., died on Sunday, November 1, 2009 at Reston Hospital. She was the beloved wife of Joseph A. Giordano, devoted mother of Joseph Giordano, Jeffrey Giordano, Jodi Brady and Jamie Giordano, sister of Michael Kreis, Jack Kreis, Margaret Archambault, Frances Clark and Virginia Smidt. Also survived by 6 grandchildren.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. I am deeply saddened by the news about Aunt Bonnie. I will cherish the fond memories that I have of her, your family and the get togethers as we were growing up. Please know that my thought and prayers are with each of you during this difficult time. With Deepest Sympathy,

  2. I was sad to hear of the passing of Aunt Bonnie. I have fond memories of spending summers and spending time with all of you when we were young. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. I wish you strength and courage as you move forward.

  3. Dear Joe, My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. I’ll always remember Bonnie’s sweet smile, her courage, and your devotion to her. Most sincerely, Janet Richardson

  4. Bonnie, I have many fond memories, lunch on the deck at the Bay Cafe; familiy pinics to the mountains and many others. More recently, I will miss our telephone conversations. I feel for Joe and you children, who will miss you so much. You were lucky to have such a loving and good husband. He took great care of you. I Love you and will miss you. Your sister. Marge

  5. joe and family, no one can feel the pain you have right now. it may help to know others care. bonnie was a person I cared for in thoughts and prayers over the years. I hope it helps to know others, like myself, send love and sympathy to you and yours at this time. Love Richard Archambault

  6. Uncle Joe, Joe, Jeff, Jodi and Jamie, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a great lady and you should be proud that she was your mother. As a child I remember that my Aunt Bonnie was one of the nicest people I knew. I know much distance has come between our families over the years but I will always have fond memories of your mom and how kind and caring of a person she was. The world truly has lost a wonderful person, but heaven has gained an even greater soul.

  7. I will keep you all in my thoughts. Aunt Bonnie was a wonderful person. I remember going to parades downtown, visiting in the summer, softball games and bees attaching us and I loved when she played the piano(Alley Cat). I hope you have as many great memories to help you find peace. Love you all it was good to see you, unfortunately under these circumstances. The garden is a wonderful place for her to rest in peace.

  8. Dear Joe, Jodi, Jamie, Jeff & Joe, Just wanted you to know how very much I love you. Your Mom is so very proud of you and your family. Bonnie, loved her children and grandchildren more than worldly goods. All of you are very special to her. She will be looking down from heaven on you and your families, while she is guiding you through life. She is a beautiful guardian angel. Much Love, Aunt Virginia

  9. Dear Uncle Joe & Family, Jay and I were so saddened to hear about Aunt Bonnie’s passing. What I remember most about Aunt Bonnie is that every time we visited her, the house was filled with love and laughter. Every memory I have is filled with people and energy – a very welcoming hustle and bustle. She was a wonderful person and she will be missed. Please know that our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you.

  10. Joe Jr., Jeffery, Jodi and Jamie, As a big Sister, Bonnie took care of us when mother couldn’t. Your dad, Joe (Sr.), also assumed a significant role in our lives almost immediately; putting all of us younger children in the car and taking us to Ocean City, Sky Line Drive and the mountains of West Virginia for fun outings. Bonnie would bake chocolate chip cookies and bring a lunch for us. As I got older, I remember going to Virginia with my own family to visit and have dinner, play games and just laugh and talk together. I also remember going to Wolf Trap with Bonnie and your family. Your Mom and Dad provided us an opportunity for wonderful times.

  11. Joe, we are so blessed to have had you and your children in our family. You have taken excellent care of my sister and kept her happy. I know how much Bonnie loved you and it is clear how much and your family loved her. Bonnie loved her children and you above all and it shows. I know that Grandmom, Nana, Pop Pop and Bonnie (as I did) felt the love that your family showed during Bonnie’s illness and in her the last few days. Bonnie, even in death, brought us back together one more time. She was a wonderful person and I will miss her and her beautiful smile. Thank you all for letting us take part in the services. I know that Bonnie will love being at rest in that beautiful garden in the town where she raised her family. I love her as a sister and a friend.

  12. Joe, I love you. I think you are a great man. You have a beautiful family . Little Joe, Jeffery, Jodi and Jamie it was great see you. Your are all beautiful and I can see Bonnie in each of you. Love, Michael

  13. Dear Joe, Thank you for all the love and wonderful care you have given Bonnie! Because of you, she lived a wonderful life. You,your children and grandchildren were her sunshines! I have talked to our family; and they said how much they have appreciated all the kind things you did for Bonnie. There really was not anything else you could have done or given her. Bonnie loved you so very much. Thank you for being at her side. You are a wonderful husband and father. With all my love, Virginia

  14. Joe, I will keep you and your family in my thoughts. Bonnie was a kind and loving sister. I enjoyed our conversations on the phone over the past years. I can only hope that Bonnie and family understands why I could not be there. Health circumstances being what they are, Sheila thought it was best.

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