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In Loving Memory

Filla, Eleanor I.

September 27, 1962 - March 19, 2024

Filla, Eleanor I. (nee Garibaldi), baptized into the hope of Christ’s resurrection on March 19, 2024.

Beloved wife of Anthony Filla, Sr. for 35 years; cherished mother of Anthony Filla, Jr.; dearest sister of George Garabaldi; our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend.

Services: Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, on Tuesday, March 26, 9:15 am to St. Paul Catholic Church, Fenton for 10:00 am mass. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. Memorials to the American Cancer Society, appreciated. Visitation Monday 4:00 to 7:00 pm.


12 thoughts on “Filla, Eleanor I.”

  1. You were a great friend to me and my girls!! Miss you already!! May god wrap his arms around you! RIP MY FRIEND!! at least your not in pain no more!
    See you on the other side…

    • You were a good friend to Eleanor for many years. Thank you very much for everything you have done for us, friends like you are very rare.

  2. We remember Eleanor as the “life of the party!” Always enjoying life. Fun time on the lake, boating. A big personality! You will be missed by all who knew you!

    • Thank you for making the long drive to come be with us at the visitation, it was great to see you both again. She certainly was a lot of fun, she will be missed very much

  3. Sorry for your loss. I will come by and pay my respects. She is wrapped in gods arms and is no longer suffering.

    Jennifer Lorenz

  4. Will miss you I thank you for being there with me when I was sick you are in no more pain my God bless you ❤️ and

    • She was happy to be there for you, that is just who she was. She cared for everyone but herself. Thanks for being a part of our life, we had some good times

  5. Tony and family, I am so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful, caring, and kind woman. I remember how she cared for my family member during their cancer treatment, being by their side, being with them during their treatment, encouraging them all the way. Such a positive energy she was and always giving of herself. She was also so much fun to hang out with and have a great time. Thanks to God for making her part of my life and my family’s life. We couldn’t have done it without her loving kindness and willingness to help others. GOD BLESS….

    • Susan thank you so very much for your very kind words, I could not have described her any better than you did. We were equally blessed having you, Scott and Kerrie in our lives. We sure had some fun times. Thanks again for your kindness


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