Gary DiCeglio

Akron, Ohio

1952 - 2018


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DiCeglio, Gary1952 - 2018Gary Michael DiCeglio, passed away unexpectedly on May 4, 2018. Born on April 2, 1952 he was a lifetime resident of Akron, OH. He graduated from Hower High School in 1970 and began working for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. Gary put himself through law school and...

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My deepest heartfelt condolences go out to Gary's family and friends. I was so surprised and saddened to hear of his sudden passing. Gary was a very good person and friend to me. He was a a kind and gentle soul and was always there for family, friends, and others in his life's work and service. Gary you will be missed by many. It was an honor to have you in my life. May you rest in peace.

I can not wrap my head around the fact you are gone. I have sat down many times trying to draft a message to your friends and family and I can not.

To your Mother, I am so sorry you lost your son.

To your sister, I am so sorry you lost your brother.

To your daughters, my heart breaks that you lost your father.

To your grandchildren, I am so very sorry that you lost your grandfather.

To all of your friends, we can never...

I am so sorry to hear of Garys passing. Even though we did not live close by he is a close cousin of mine. We are both in one of the best families I know anywhere! May he Rest In Peace as we celebrate his life.

Gary and I worked at the Ohio AFL-CIO. He was a tireless advocate for worker safety and health for the workers and as he continued in his role at the Ohio Industrial Commission. I hope the DiCeglio family finds comfort in knowing his work impacted the lives of many Ohio workers and that he will be missed by those who knew him.

May 9, 2018

My heartfelt condolences to my friend Gary's mother, sisters, daughters, family, and friends. Always enjoyed spending time with Gary every trip to Akron, great times after the last high school reunion. After having met at Jennings Junior High, and going on to Hower Vocational High, it was great maintaining a friendship all these years. Gary's passing is truly shocking. You will be missed, God bless you, and your family.

Louis E. DiFiore, Apopka, FL.

My sincerest condolences to the family of Gary. May you find comfort in the thoughts and prayers given to you during this difficult time by so many Union brothers and sisters. Rest in peace, Gary.

I knew Gary through his work in the labor movement. There was no greater advocate for the workers around the country than Gray. Rest In Peace knowing your legacy for workers rights will never be forgotten.

So sorry to hear the loss of Gary. My thought are with his family and friends. Gary was a very special person, and I am sure he left a great legacy.

Wishing You Strength and Peace during this most difficult time.

Peace and Love be with You.

Kim Harrison, JW