Amanda Nally Obituary, Death -Amanda Rae Nally, 35 years old, from Taylor, passed away in a tragic and untimely manner. When Amanda was 10 years old, her family relocated to Clarks Summit, and she attended Abington Heights High School until she graduated in the year 2004. She had devoted the final few years of her life to taking care of her children, who were the center of her universe and the reason she got up in the morning. Amanda was the kind of person who had no qualms about helping complete strangers if it meant helping another person in need. She was absolutely stunning on the inside in addition to being absolutely stunning on the outside.
She never closed off any part of her mind, including her ears or her heart. She had an almost unhealthy obsession with her children, other members of her family, and her close friends. Her laughter was like music; each note was more beautiful than the one before it, and it left an impression that would not easily be forgotten. Even though the world will be a much sadder place without her, the fact that her spirit and love were so contagious ensures that she will continue to exist in the hearts and minds of everyone who had the privilege of ever having a chance encounter with her. Her maternal grandfather, paternal grandmother, and stepgrandfather, all named Edith Marie and Joseph Frank Buckley, as well as the biological father of their son, Staphano Bianco, all passed away before she was born. Her name at birth was Orville Wayne Cockriel.
Her two beautiful children, Oliver Bianco-Nally and Ariana Giresi-Nally; her partner, Anthony Giresi; her mother, Debra Nally; her sisters Shelly Nally, Krissy Guthrie (Josh), and Staci O’Leary (Ron); her niece, Ivy Ann Hazelton; her nephews Alexander and Nicholas Enciso-Nally, all of Pennsylvania; her maternal aunts, Sister Nancy Nally of Pennsylvania; and Rebecca On Friday evening at seven o’clock, a funeral service will be held at the Thomas J. Hughes Funeral Home Inc., located at 1240 St. Ann’s Street in Scranton. Calls from friends are welcome between the hours of 5 and 6:45 p.m. In lieu of sending flowers, you are welcome to make a donation to the GoFundMe account set up for the couple’s two surviving children, Oliver and Ariana.