Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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So sorry for your loss. Marietta was a beautiful person.
Dolores (Dolly) Bailey - (Tim Bailey's niece)
Greensburg, Pa.

Deepest sympathy to you on the passing of your mother. My mom was her roommate at Paramount and she was always smiling and talking. It was a pleasure to have known her.

I was so sorry to hear about Marietta's passing yesterday. She was so full of life and joy, I can still hear her laugh in my ears. I know her legacy of love and kindness live on in the legacy of your family. Much love to all, Lanie, Jose, Alex and Family

always a smile. a generous heart.

I loved Marietta. She was always giggling and joyful. She made us so happy at work. I will never forget her. Gone way too soon. making Jesus laugh I'm sure.

Marietta was a joy to me as a friend in high school. She had a great sense of humor and a unique laugh. My sympathy to her family.

Kate Kernan (Anger)

My sympathies to the Davia Family

To the Family of Marietta.
I was very sorry to hear about your mom. I went to high school with her and we became very good friends. The last time I saw her was at our St. Raphael's High School Reunion. We sat together and all we did was laugh!!! She had such an infectious laugh. I wanted to buy her a drink at the reunion and she requested "Mogan David Wine" I just laughed and said "Marietta, this is not the 60's --"I' going to get you a "big girl's glass of...

To the DaVia Family,

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad and trying time. May your precious memories of her help you through the difficult days ahead.

Jim and Family,

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family in this time of need. We continue to live our lives in memory of those that are lost by keeping them in our hearts and remembering the values they taught us throughout our lives.
I know you will do that for your mom as well.
God Bless and know you have many people thinking about you.


MARIETTA's Obituary

DaVIA MARIETTA Passed away peacefully at the age of 76, on Saturday, October 28, 2017, surrounded by the comfort of her family. Wife of the late James M. DaVia; loving mother to Christina (Brian) Ciaverella, Regina (Dan) Reilly and James (Melissa) DaVia, Jr.; daughter of late Louis and Rose...

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