Elaine Rundo

Sagamore Hills, Ohio


Sagamore Hills, Ohio


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age 75. Beloved wife of the late Phillip for 53 years, together again; loving mother of Lisa Caroniti (Salvatore), Phil (Cathy), and Louie (Jessica); dear Grandma of Salvatore Caroniti, Jr., Marissa Schaberl (Tom), Gianna Caroniti, Phillip, Andrew, Ella, and L.J.; cherished daughter of Patricia....

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Rest in peace, Aunt Elaine. Prayers.

Your mom / grandma was a very kind and loving person. She always seemed to have a smile whenever I saw her. She will be missed by many. Thoughts and prayers.

To Elaine's family, Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. Words cannot express our sadness at the loss of this wonderful and beloved friend that we loved so much. We will cherish forever the great memories that we made over the last 40 years knowing both her and Phil. The only consolation is that she is now reunited with Phil who was the love of her life (she told us this many times over the years)!!!You will be missed dearly and you will remain in our hearts...

Our prayers to all for peace and comfort!! Catawba Point lost another great member ! Rest In Peace Elaine

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Even though I didn't know her family, I knew Elaine through our Red Hat group, the Crimson Beads. She was always so friendly, had a beautiful smile and was one of my favorite people to sit with and talk to at our lunches. May your memories sustain you during this difficult time. We will surely miss her.

The Rundo family was one of my favorites during my career of teaching at Rushwood Elementary. Louie, I remember you were in charge of our Student Council with me. Your mom was the best and was so proud of her family. I'm sure you don't remember me, but I wanted to reach out and offer my prayers to all of you.
Cheryl Orel Harrell.

I am so very sorry for your loss...there are no words when you lose your mom, especially when she is such a force and so much a part of your life. What a blessing to have had such a mom for so long. Nothing can fill the void she leaves behind, but time and the wonderful memories you will share with everyone who loved her will help ease the pain a bit. You and your family are in our prayers.

To the family: Joan and I are both sorry for your loss. We knew your Mom and Dad very well and the older we get the more painful it gets to keep losing friends we loved. All of you will be in our prayers