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Carmel Dinnebeil

AGE: 90 • Sylvania, Ohio

Carmel Louise Dinnebeil passed away 6/12/17 in her home. Carmel was born in Union, NJ. Daughter of Norman John Ollinger (Mobile, Alabama) and Carmel Alice (Cluery) Ollinger (Buffalo, NY.) She married Louis Thomas Dinnebeil (Hackensack, NJ) and they were married for over fifty years before he died 1924- 2001. Carmel is survived by her four sons; Douglas Dinnebeil, wife Laurie (Pollock) Dinnebeil, their two children with four grandchildren; Gary Dinnebeil, wife Missy (O'Connell) Dinnebeil (deceased), their two sons; Stephen Dinnebeil, and former wife Jeannie (Schwartz) Dinnebeil, their son and daughter; and son Lee Dinnebeil, wife Jean (Campbell) Dinnebeil and their son. Carmel was great grandmother to four and grandmother to seven.

Her very full set of life experiences spanned volunteering for the American Defense League and serving as a sea plane pilot in 1945 during WWII. She attended Parson School of Design in NY and Fairleigh Dickenson University in New Jersey. She worked as a secretary for several companies in New Jersey and was also a key punch operator for Ford Motor Company. Carmel worked for the Electrolux Corporation, earning the honor of being the #1 saleswoman for many years. Carmel loved painting with oils and acrylics and loved selling and gifting her unique artistic style paintings to family and friends. Carmel always thought of others first and as a devoted Roman Catholic. She was a devout follower of Jesus and always tried to serve others as He did. Arrangements were entrusted to Reeb Funeral Home, Sylvania, OH. Carmel will be interred with her husband Louis at the St. Luke's Cemetery in HoHoKus, New Jersey in a private service at a later date. Her family would appreciate your prayers. www.reebfu
Published in Asbury Park Press on June 18, 2017
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