Lucy A. (Manning) Galli

  • Born: May 5, 1937
  • Died: March 16, 2022
  • Location: Worcester, Massachusetts

Fay Brothers Funeral Home

1 W. Boylston Street
West Boylston, MA 01583

info@faybrothers.com
Tel. (508) 835-6500

Tribute & Message From The Family


WORCESTER-Lucy Ann (Manning) Galli, 84, died Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at UMass Memorial University Campus.

She was born in Worcester, daughter of the late Robert and Rose (Allen) Manning. She was a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Lucy retired as a radiology clerk from UMass Memorial University Campus.

She is survived by two sons, Anthony R. Galli and Bruce R. Galli, six siblings, Roberta Ladieu, June Manning, Rosemary Vartanian, Marlene Moscowitz, Robert A. Manning and Mona Lisa Jeffers. She also leaves nephews and nieces, Roberta Dejoya, Michael Ladieu, Tanya Pannell, Gabrielle Moscowitz, Robert Jeffers and Monique Rosenbaum, and her dear friends, Bertha, Irene, Inge, Marianne, Laura "Lolly" and Betty.

Lucy enjoyed gardening and she loved to travel with her friends. She also enjoyed listening to music and attending the theater. Lucy cherished the time she spent with her nieces and nephews. Lucy was a wonderful cook and enjoyed making delicious meals for her sons.

Lucy's Funeral will be held Wednesday, March 23rd from Fay Brothers Life Celebration Home, 1 West Boylston Street, West Boylston with a Mass at 11:00 AM at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 111 Worcester Street, West Boylston. Entombment in Notre Dame Mausoleum in Worcester will follow.

A visiting hour will also be held on Wednesday from 9:30 AM until 10:30 AM in the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to www.autismspeaks.org.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Was sorry to hear of Lucy's passing.Enjoyed having her and Anthony dine at the restaurant.
Your friends at the "99".

Posted by Dot Hultquist - Rutland, MA - Acquaintance   March 24, 2022

To my Great Aunt Lucy,
One of my favorite Aunts who was so down to earth, friendly, funny, caring, kind and loving. I have so many memories I could name but my favorite was the time you took me to see the Lion King play in Boston and we made a day of it. I cannot believe that we were seeing each other in a few weeks and you were going to meet Olivia. I cannot believe you are gone but I know you will never be forgotten. Heaven has truly gained an Angel. Rest In Peace auntie Lucy, I love you so much you will be missed. ❤

Posted by Mercedes Halsey - Concord, NH - Family   March 22, 2022

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Lucy was a pleasure to be around. I met her thru Irene (sister-in-law). We took bus trips and went to the Hanover for plays and then out to eat at the "99". I will miss her and her lovely outfits she wore. Rest in peace Lucy. My prayers are with you.

Posted by linda racca - holden, MA - Friend   March 22, 2022

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To Anthony & Bruce: Very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I remember so many good times with her, Irene and my Mom. Many "coffee and" sessions along with a few glasses of Rose and Chablis. I will remember her as a very sweet person with a heart the size of Texas! I hope you hold many fond memories in your heart that will bring a smile to your face. May she rest in peace eternally with our Father in Heaven. Amen.

Posted by Felicia Vidito - Leicester, MA   March 22, 2022

Aunt Lucy with her Great Nephew Christopher and Sister Marlene

Posted by Tanya Pannell - Worcester, MA - Family   March 22, 2022

My Aunt Lucy was the Best!!!
She was such an important person to me!
Growing up she was my babysitter, the cool Aunt, the Aunt that took me to work with her at UMASS when she worked in laundry dept, she took me to work at Bingo to help sell "coveralls", she took me on vacation to the Cape with Bertha, she spoiled me on Birthdays, Christmas, and helped put me through Catholic School.
I loved my Aunt Lucy not because of all these things but because she was kind, loving, funny, beautiful, great role model, a great Mom to Anthony & Bruce!!!
She never complained, never got mad, she was selfless!!!
She was one of the Greatest people I know....
I Love you Aunt Lucy! I will Miss You as long as I live!!!
Love Always your Niece Tanya
or as you would call me as a little girl-
Ms. Tish

Posted by Tanya Pannell - Worcester, MA - Family   March 22, 2022

I will miss you Aunt Lucy!

Posted by Tanya Pannell - Worcester, MA - Family   March 22, 2022

It is with great sadness to say goodbye to my great friend of 44 years, Lucy. She was a wonderful caring, loving person and we have so many memories to cherish. I met Lucy in 1978 as we both worked bingo at Our
Lady of Fatima Parish every Sat. night for 13 years. We would go to Aku Aku first to have some wine and then off we go to bingo to work. Sometimes after a bunch of us would go out to eat.
such great fun times. We would take the train many times to visit my mom in FL and we took many day and overnight bus trips in the states here and in Canada. Lucy made many soups and always gave me a bowl or two.. Delicious. Lucy was very trustworthy, any secret I told her, stayed a secret. I will miss her. Rest in peace with our heavenly father. I love you and miss you. Irene.

Posted by Irene Dube - Worcester, MA - Neighbor   March 21, 2022


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I will miss you Aunt Lucy!
Lucy's always hosted the BEST Christmas Eve's!
Aunt Lucy & Bruce in Ruth "moomoos" pool
Aunt Lucy with her Great Nephew Christopher and Sister Marlene