Gregory A. Ciafardone |

Gregory A. Ciafardone

March 28, 1967 ~ May 6, 2019

Gregory A. Ciafardone, was diagnosed in November 2017 with “Adenocarcinoma, cancer of the Esophagus”. He went home to our Lord Jesus on Monday, May 6, 2019.

Greg was born in South Lake Tahoe, California on March 28, 1967 at Barton Memorial Hospital to John and Dolores Ciafardone. Greg and his family lived in South Lake Tahoe for a few years, then moved to Atlantic City, New Jersey. Greg would always say, “Those were the best days of my life.” He loved the East Coast!

In June 1991, Greg, his parents and remaining family members moved back to South Lake Tahoe to their Tahoe Home.

Greg being so gifted and skilled from experience, worked many jobs, trades, owned his own GYM once and he even enlisted into the Air National Guard in 2000. Later, he became an investor.

Greg loved music and since he was a boy, he played the drums and dreamed of having a band one day. Gre’gs biggest love was for God, he would spend hours, days and years studying the Bible. He liked sharing God’s word with whomever would listen to him. The last week of June 1994, Greg met his love, Rita, at Reagan Beach. They dated for 6 years and then February 14, 2000 they happily married. Later Greg and Rita were blessed with two beautiful daughter’s.

Greg is the son of the late John Ciafardone, and his living mother, Dolores. He is survived by his wife, Rita and his two daughter’s Kimberly and Melanie Ciafardone his siblings Renita Ciafardone, Nick Ciafardone (wife Kim) and Tina Brown (husband Lee) and brother-in-law Howard Miller, mother/father-in-laws Paula and Arnold Hider, sister-in-law Ann Hider, and (brother-in-law David, his wife Becky Hider), as well as many nieces, nephews and his extended family.

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