MARINA BUSCAGLIAMarina Buscaglia passed away surrounded by love in her daughter's arms on Monday, June 25, the 43rd anniversary of her daughter Patricia's death.
Marina Buscaglia passed away surrounded by love in her daughter's arms on Monday, June 25, the 43rd anniversary of her daughter Patricia's death.
She was a warm, gentle and kind person who had many friends throughout the world. She was a pioneer working mom and spent much of her career at The Irvine Company, Agricultural Division in Irvine, Calif. She loved her job there, found it fulfilling and enriching.
Her two grandsons, Michael and Ryan, were able to visit with her, sharing pictures of their children and laughing and joking with their loving grandmother. It was a moment of true joy in her life. She also recently visited Peru and was able to spend time with her siblings, nieces, nephews, cousins and the whole extended Frisancho and Buscaglia clans.
The love of her life, Jaime Buscaglia, passed away in 1994 and she missed him every single day, wanting nothing more than to be back in his loving arms.
She touched the lives of all who knew her and will be sadly missed by her daughter, Marti, and their two dogs, Annie and Mandela whom she loved dearly.
SERVICES: will not be held at her request, and her ashes will be scattered at sea to join those of her loving husband in a private family ceremony. If you wish to remember her in some form please make a contribution in her name to St. Jude's Children's Hospital or the Animal Humane Society of your choice.
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