Ariana Rene Nisler
Services for Ariana Rene Nisler, 8, West New York, will be Monday at 8:30 a.m. at Vainieri Funeral Home, North Bergen, followed by Mass at 9:30 at Sacred Heart Church, North Bergen. She died at home Thursday.
Born in Hackensack, she lived in West New York. She was a student at School 3 in West New York.
Surviving are her parents, Arilys (Palacios) and Kevin C. Nisler; a brother, Tyler; her grandparents, Norman Palacios, Ida and Charles Nisler; three aunts, Anicia Matos; Arleen Palacios and Flora Amato; two uncles, Felix Matos and Sergio Taddeo; and many cousins.
A packed house at the Elks Club showed up to show support for Ariana Nisler last night. Scores of city workers, plus many city council members were in attendance. Great food, positive attitudes, and poker too! Overall a very good show of spirit and community strength.
Here’s a photo (left to right) of Fred Abramo (who organized the event) and Kevin Nisler (Ariana’s dad).
Tonight! Support a good cause!
FYI: From a reader who commented:
“Anyone wanting to make a donation can forward checks or money orders payable to:
c/o Fred Abramo
48 Forrest St.
North Arlington, NJ 07031”
New flyer includes menu items. With open sliced filet mignon, and other mouth-watering dishes, who wouldn’t want to help?
Next Monday. Be there.
A child in need of all of our help. Fundraiser at Hoboken Elks Club December 10th. See flyer below.
Ariana Rene Nisler
A Precious Gift
This is 7 year old Ariana, up and until a few weeks ago all she talked about was how sad she was that summer was ending and school was just around the corner.
Ariana won’t be going back to school this fall, instead she’s undergoing Chemotherapy. Ariana was recently diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM), which is the most aggressive form of the primary brain/spinal tumors.
From spare change to a small donation – “A little bit can go a long way”