Luann Cirigliano Buck

Obituary of Luann Cirigliano Buck

Luann Cirigliano (Buck) resident of Salinas, CA died unexpectedly from COVID complications on January 12, 2021 at the age of 65. Luann enjoyed the last 26 years with Richard Barragan in Salinas on the family estate.

Luann is survived by: her father Richard Cirigliano and his girlfriend Lolly, her long-time partner Richard Barragan, her sister Suann Schutt and husband Tom, her sister Joann Munch and husband Chuck, her niece Stephanie Quintal and husband Michael, her nephew Joseph Schutt and great-nephews Gavin and Grady Quintal. She was preceded in death by her loving mother Marie.

Luann was born on January 19, 1955 to Richard and Marie Cirigliano at San Jose Hospital. She graduated from Del Mar High School in San Jose, California. Luann earned an AA degree from West Valley College and studied Child Psychology. She was a teacher’s aide at San Jose Unified School District for 20 yrs. Luann also worked for several years as an automotive paint color specialist. Luann enjoyed helping so many with her gardening and caretaking skills. She most recently assisted Richards’ sister with her personal driving service.

Luann enjoyed life and living life to the fullest wherever she was living in: San Jose, Morgan Hill, Los Banos or Salinas. She always enjoyed spending her time helping and celebrating with her family and friends. She especially loved her four legged friends, and was recently preceded in death by her beloved dog Molly. She often would be at the coast, enjoying the sand, sunshine, and peacefulness of the ocean. All those who came in contact with her knew the genuineness of her the openness of her heart. All who knew Luann will remember her kind spirit and soul.

We will all deeply miss Luann and will be grateful to have met her, along with joy and laughter she brought to others. May Luann’s spirit live on through your memories and stories of her life.

If you wish to support Richard or the family, Luann would want to support the SPCA or the American Cancer Society.


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