August 4, 1922January 11, 2021

Lucille Nardi, Age 98 of Winter Garden, Florida.

Lucille passed away on January 11, 2021 after a brief illness and complications from Covid-19. She was born on August 4, 1922 in the Bronx, New York and lived and worked in New York as a Millinery fashion designer for many years. She enjoyed her work and was thrilled to design hats for a few famous people. She married and moved to New Jersey and then to St. Petersburg, Florida where she worked as a travel agent.

She enjoyed seeing her friends and family and was always in good spirits. She loved to play bingo and card games in her later years. She had looked forward to receiving a birthday card from the President of the United States when she turned 100.

She is preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Domenic "Nicky" Nardi, her sisters, Antoinette, Mafalda and Gloria.

She is survived by her godson, Anthony Dalessandro, nephew Nicholas Dalessandro, nieces, Lynn Balogh, Joanne Beisheim, Debra Luckey and Linda Russell, who will miss her dearly.

A Memorial Service is planned for late spring or early summer.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.



have a memory or condolence to add?

Debbie Luckey

January 29, 2021

Aunt Lucille will be greatly missed. She was very sweet and loved spending her last years at Health Central Park in Winter Garden where she had a wonderful roommate, Maria, who would play cards with her and keep an eye out for her. She would always tell us how she loved living there and that everyone was so nice to her. She loved to play bingo and dominoes. In her earlier years she was a travel agent over in St. Pete. When she was younger she was a milliner in New York where she designed hats for years , with one of her designs being published in a magazine . She had hoped to live to 100 so she could get a birthday card from the President.

Celini Rivera

January 22, 2021

Miss Nardi was my Jersey girl, a beautiful soul. You can hear her coming down the halls with her roommate after lunch and playing bingo. She had spunk and rarely wanted to be in her room unless she was watching tv and asking us to give her her ears. We spoke about us both being from New York and both her and my daughters birthday being days apart. She told me about her life and and her family, she loved her nieces that would visit often to see Aunt Lou. I pray that you are at peace and cherish the memories I have of you. God bless you my friend.