Frances “Faye” Chireallo (nee Amore), age 98 of Willoughby, passed away October 13th, 2022 at Hospice of The Western Reserve surrounded by her family. She was born October 29th, 1923 in Cleveland to the late Thomas and Josephine Amore.
Faye enjoyed watching old movies, gardening, day trips with her friends at the Willoughby and Euclid Senior Centers. She loved dancing the polkas with her husband Nick and spending time with her family.
Faye is the loving wife of the late Nick J. “Papa” Chireallo Sr.; dearest mother of Nick (Debra) Chireallo, Darlene (Norb) Callahan, Richard “Ricky” (Kay) Chireallo and Mike F.; beloved grandmother of Nina, Nick (Rachelle), Joann Smith, Richard Howard, Rodney Garr, Jennifer (Todd) Sparano Blechschmid and Chrissy Price; great grandmother of Dominick, Racayla, Bella, Julia, Riley, Kelsi, Elizabeth, Leo, Nicholas, Morgan, Olivia, Maddie and Mackenzie; sister of Theresa Felice and Pete Amore; aunt of many.
Faye’s wishes were no services.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Faye’s name to Disabled Veterans or St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital www.stjude.org.
Arrangements were entrusted to Jeff Monreal of Jeff Monreal Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 1000 Mentor Ave., Painesville.
3 Replies to “Frances “Faye” Chireallo”
The first second I met you I loved you , you told me some funny stories and we laughed until we cried. That’s how I’ll always remember you smiling , loving your family and sharing memories especially about your husband RIH
Momma C. To know her was to love her. From the very first day I met her I knew that I would never ever meet anyone like her again in my lifetime. Momma C. was the most caring and loving soul you could ever know. There wasn’t anyone that she didn’t love, or anyone’s life that she didn’t touch with her presence! She was a “Godsend” to me! From the very first day I met her she loved me like I was her own. We used to tell each other that God had brought us together, and the Lord knew I needed her more than she needed me, but that didn’t matter to Momma C. because her heart was bigger than the whole world. I will forever miss her, from the serious talks we would have, and the many laughs that we would share, to her singing songs to me in Italian, and of course dancing with her in her living room. The hole in my heart will never heal from losing her, but it will be all the memories that we shared that will temporarily fill it. Rest-in-Peace Momma C. You will be “forever” loved.❤⚘
Faye was so sweet…she told me she loved me like her own daughter…when you gave her something..she acted like it was the most Presious thing on earth…she loved her family…they were everything to.her..and she made shure to make you feel special…iam so glad..i had the privilege of being her friend and knowing her family…i will always miss and cherish her..and the whole chireallo. Family..always laughing and careing about one another..like a family should…always kind words for one another…i have truly been blessed knowing them..