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Dianne (Cacchione) Geramita

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Dianne (Cacchione) Geramita Obituary
Geramita (Cacchione) , Dianne
1945 - 2017
Dianne (Cacchione) Geramita, passed away peacefully at home on November 29, after a two-year bout with cancer, first slowly, then suddenly. She was welcomed to heaven by parents Al and Josephine Cacchione and her loving and beloved husband Jim Geramita. Survived by brothers, Al Jr. and Ric (Debbie) Cacchione; cousins, Joe Vittorio, Fred Cacchione and Marcia Stern; by devoted friends, Enid, Fred, Sarah, Darlene, Carolyn, Connie E., Connie W., Donna, Pat, James and most of all Miss Mollie; and by Jim's sisters and brothers, Nancy, Dottie, Sam and Gary. Special thanks to Dr. Mark Segal and all of the staff at the Zangmeister Center for giving us two more years with Dianne, and for their wonderful compassionate care; also to Pam and everyone else at Mt. Carmel Hospice who made Dianne's last days warm and comfortable. Dianne worked 30-plus years at Jeffrey Mining and Manufacturing until its demise, and then more than a decade at her last and most favorite job, as a hostess at Cimi's Bistro at the Pinnacle Golf Club in Grove City. Thanks to all the staff and members there for making Dianne's last years some of her happiest. To anyone who knew her, remember Dianne smiling. Family will receive friends Sunday, December 3, 2017 from 3-7 P.M. at the JOHN QUINT TREBONI FUNERAL HOME, 1177 West Fifth Avenue. Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Monday, December 4, 2017 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 3730 Broadway, Grove City, Ohio. Burial to follow at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, 6440 South High Street, Lockbourne, Ohio. Condolences may be made via www.johnquint.com. FAMILY AND FRIENDS ARE ASKED TO GATHER AT THE CHURCH FOR HER FUNERAL MASS. Dianne always liked flowers but a donation to the Homeless Families Foundation will also be welcome.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch from Dec. 1 to Dec. 2, 2017
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