Giovani DiMaleo - obituary
Giovani DiMaleo Â· wife formerly sisters, and Monday Giovarii DiMaleo, 87, of 500 Fenti St., a retired General Electric em- Ployo, died 3fh!.Thoir.c-laÂ«-iii fi i-,t after a long illness. A native of Italy, he had been resident of this city for 48 years; retired from GE 5n,1931. He was a communicant of Mount Carmel Church. - Â· . ' . ' : He leaves his .wife, the former Natalina Cimini; two sons, Raymond Raymond of Pittfield and John B. of Adams; .three 'daughters,..Mrs. Eugene Eugene Rivard and Mrs. Vito DiNicoIa of this city, and Mrs. David Schnopps of T a u n t o n ; ( a brother, Sabatino of Italy; eight grandchildren grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be held Monday morning at 8:15 from'the Bencivenga Bencivenga Funeral.Home and at 9 at Mount Carrnel Church with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem. Burial will be St. Joseph's Cemetery. " Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow and Sunday from to 4 and 7 to 9.- Â· Â·- Â· /. ' Â· Â· ' Â· .