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  • Community Gathers for Gianna Cirella’s Funeral in East Greenwich

    EAST GREENWICH — Toll Gate High School student Gianna M. Cirella was laid to rest on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

    She was the daughter of East Greenwich Deputy Chief of Police, Stanley F. “Skip” and Tara M. (Davoren) Cirella, and the loving sister of Cassie N. Cirella.  

    Her funeral procession drove by the East Greenwich Police Station, where members of the community and co-workers of Chief Cirella gathered to honor Gianna, who had been a frequent visitor. The station was adorned with purple bows and lights, its flags at half staff.

    Members of the East Greenwich Fire Department raised an American flag, and many in the crowd wore purple, Gianna’s favorite color. Bouquets of flowers and sympathy cards adorned Chief Cirella’s patrol car windshield, the car parked in front of the station.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] Chief Cirella's patrol car is adorned with bouquets of flowers and sympathy cards for his family following the recent death of his daughter Gianna Cirella.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] Chief Cirella’s patrol car is adorned with bouquets of flowers and sympathy cards for his family following the recent death of his daughter Gianna Cirella.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] EGFD Firefighters Kevin King and Dan Andrade, joined by Lt. Stephen Babcock, fasten a purple bow and prepare to hang the American Flag from the basket of their Ladder 1 on Tuesday, Nov. 7, the truck parked in front of the East Greenwich Police Station.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] EGFD Firefighters Kevin King and Dan Andrade, joined by Lt. Stephen Babcock, fasten a purple bow and prepare to hang the American Flag from the basket of their Ladder 1 on Tuesday, Nov. 7, the truck parked in front of the East Greenwich Police Station.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] A police honor guard, including members of the WPD and EGPD, precede a funeral procession for Gianna Cirella on Tuesday, Nov. 7, while members of the East Greenwich community line the streets in front of the EG police station to pay their respects.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] A police honor guard, including members of the WPD and EGPD, precede a funeral procession for Gianna Cirella on Tuesday, Nov. 7, while members of the East Greenwich community line the streets in front of the EG police station to pay their respects.

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] East Greenwich community members and town employees line the street in front of the EG police station

    [CREDIT: Beth Hurd] East Greenwich community members and town employees line the street in front of the EG police station

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