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Marlene DiCecco
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In memory of
Marlene DiCecco
Marlene DiCecco (nee Maccarone), 80, of Avon Lake, OH., formerly of Cincinnati, OH. and Pittsburgh, PA. Marlene was born on October 2, 1938, in Pittsburgh, PA., to her loving parents, Albert and Anetta Maccarone. She married her beloved husband, Alex DiCecco and they made their home and raised their family in Cincinnati, where Marlene was a member of St. Ann's Church. She managed her family home and also helped Alex with the bookkeeping for his carpet cleaning business. She loved her family deeply and was at her best when she was with them, especially her grandchildren; they were her most favorite people. Marlene passed away peacefully at the Ames Family Hospice in Westlake, Ohio, on Friday, February 22, 2019. She was surrounded by her family. Marlene leaves her children, Michael DiCecco (Amy), Tony DiCecco (Shannon) and Sue Ann DiCecco; grandchildren, Cameron (Sara), Andrea, Kyle, Angela, Joshua, Lexie, Tony (Audrey), Alexa, Brandon, Kate, Sam (Breda), Emily and Ben; great-grandchildren, Parker, Sophia Mae, and Ciara; and her brother Samuel Maccarone (Joyce). She was predeceased by her dear husband, Alex, her loving son, Alex (Mary, surviving), and her great-grandson, J.J. Marlene's family will have a private visitation at Hershberger-Stover Funeral Home, 170 Noble Ave., Pittsburgh, on Wednesday, February 27. Following her visitation Marlene will be laid to rest at Calvary Cemetery beside her dear Alex. In lieu of flowers donations are suggested to The Hospice of the Western Reserve, Care of The Ames Family Hospice 17876 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44110. www.buschcares.com
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In memory of
Marlene DiCecco
Marlene DiCecco (nee Maccarone), 80, of Avon Lake, OH., formerly of Cincinnati, OH. and Pittsburgh, PA. Marlene was born on October 2, 1938, in Pittsburgh, PA., to her loving parents, Albert and Anetta Maccarone. She married her beloved husband, Alex DiCecco and they made their home and raised their family in Cincinnati, where Marlene was a member of St. Ann's Church. She managed her family home and also helped Alex with the bookkeeping for his carpet cleaning business. She loved her family deeply and was at her best when she was with them, especially her grandchildren; they were her most favorite people. Marlene passed away peacefully at the Ames Family Hospice in Westlake, Ohio, on Friday, February 22, 2019. She was surrounded by her family. Marlene leaves her children, Michael DiCecco (Amy), Tony DiCecco (Shannon) and Sue Ann DiCecco; grandchildren, Cameron (Sara), Andrea, Kyle, Angela, Joshua, Lexie, Tony (Audrey), Alexa, Brandon, Kate, Sam (Breda), Emily and Ben; great-grandchildren, Parker, Sophia Mae, and Ciara; and her brother Samuel Maccarone (Joyce). She was predeceased by her dear husband, Alex, her loving son, Alex (Mary, surviving), and her great-grandson, J.J. Marlene's family will have a private visitation at Hershberger-Stover Funeral Home, 170 Noble Ave., Pittsburgh, on Wednesday, February 27. Following her visitation Marlene will be laid to rest at Calvary Cemetery beside her dear Alex. In lieu of flowers donations are suggested to The Hospice of the Western Reserve, Care of The Ames Family Hospice 17876 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44110. www.buschcares.com
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Busch Funeral and Crematory Services
163 Avon Belden Road
Avon Lake, OH 44012
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