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Thomas Cimonetti


1928 - 2016 Notice Condolences
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Thomas Curran Cimonetti, age 87, died peacefully on October 17, 2016 after living a life full of love and adventure. He is survived by the following loving family members: wife, Marilyn S. Cimonetti, of Columbia, MD; son - Paul (Jayna) Cimonetti of Windsor Mill, MD; son - Tom (Karen) Cimonetti of Toronto, Ontario; daughter - Mary (Jim) Burkins of Vero Beach, FL; daughter - Anne (David) Bass of Gloucester, England; step-daughter, Wendy (Ray) Hillcock of Chicago, IL; step-son, David (Sharon) Mayer of Clarksville, MD; brother - Bill (Tanya) Cimonetti of Burlington, VT; sister - Marianne Davis of Ipswich, MA; sister - Jane (Gordon) McGinnis of Dennis, MA; six grandchildren, multiple nephews and nieces and many friends, colleagues and people whose lives he touched. Tom Cimonetti was born November 28, 1928, in North Adams, Massachusetts, the hospital closest to the family home in Readsboro, VT. The family subsequently lived in Wilmington, VT, and Shelburne Falls, MA. He graduated from Fordham College and received his medical degree from the University of Maryland Medical School in 1965. As a psychiatrist, he saw patients for over 50 years both in private practice and in numerous hospitals in Maryland, Virginia and Oklahoma. He also taught classes in seven colleges in Maryland, Oklahoma and Nassau, Bahamas. Dr. Cimonetti's keen intellect led him along many paths, both professionally and personally. He took great satisfaction from studying his family background, learning much of the history of his mother's Irish ancestors and his father's Austrian/Italian family. His visits to the ancestral villages were in his fondest memories. Tom's strong sense of social justice, nurtured through his specialized teaching assignments in Long Island, NY and Nassau, Bahamas, inspired the pursuit of his distinguished medical career. Dr. Cimonetti was a long standing member of St. John's Roman Catholic church. A memorial service will be held at 2:30 PM on Saturday, October 22, at St. John's Roman Catholic Church in the Wilde Lake Interfaith Center, 10431 Twin Rivers Rd, Columbia, MD. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to the or the .
Published in Baltimore Sun on Oct. 20, 2016
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