BAGNASCO, ERNEST F. of Redondo Beach , passed away on Wednesday, July 17, 2002 . He was born October 6, 1928 in Brooklyn, NY. Ernest owned and operated a limousine and livery service for over 25 years. He is survived by his loving wife, Adeline Bagnasco of Redondo Beach, CA, his daughter, Lisa Bagnasco of NY and sons, Ernest Bagnasco of NY, Jeffery Bagnasco of FL and Keith Bagnasco of NY. Also left to mourn his passing are brothers, Frank and Paul Bagnasco of FL, and Peter Bagnasco of NY. Ernest is the blessed grandfather of seven. Services will be on Monday, July 22, 2002 at 12 noon at WHITE & DAY COLONIAL CHAPEL, 901 Torrance Blvd., (at Prospect Ave), Redondo Beach, CA, 90277. Private inurnment. In keeping with Ernest's wishes, en lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN, 38105.

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  1. Ernie made us laugh and encouraged us to enjoy life to it\’s fullest. His joy was always contagious and will live in all our memories. God has surely prepared a place for him far beyond anything we can imagine. The love he had for his family has served as an inspiration in our own marriage. Aunt Addy, we love you and we know how much joy you shared together. You two are truely a match made in heaven. Our prayers are with you always.

  2. Ernie was a wonderful man who enjoyed life to its fullest. He was always there to help others and to make them laugh. Addy, I know you will miss him more than the rest of us, but all of us will miss his smiling face and his wonderful sense of humor. We love you Addy and will be there for you when you need us.

  3. Today as old friends and family shared fond memories of Ernie at his service, we add our loving thoughts as relatively “new” friends. We only knew Ernie during the last 3 years, as he lived bravely in the face of death. Thank you Ernie for staying here long enough to touch our lives, too, with your friendship and laughter. May warm memories of you be as summer in the hearts of those you have left behind in the winter of their grief.

  4. When Ernie entered Aunt Addy\’s life he entered all of our lives too. He brought a ray of sunshine. God will have a special place for him. Every time the sun shines I will remember him and feel the warmth and everlasting love he brought to our family. Aunt Adddy, my thoughts, prayers, condolences and always my love is with you now and forever.

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