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LYNDHURST: 5236 Mayfield Road  ,   OH 44124.
CLEVELAND: 2110 Murray Hill Road, OH 44106.


JEAN M. CITRARO age 71; beloved wife of the late Donald Mussetter; devoted

daughter of Caesar and Ruth Citraro (nee Hopke) (both deceased). Dear sister of

Caesar (Marianne), Chuck (Debbie) and John (Rita Ann). Devoted aunt of 8 and

great aunt of 13. 

Jean was a devoted employee at Sherwin Williams in Cleveland, for over thirty five years.

Her family and friends were very dear to her heart and she loved to spend time with them.

She and her late husband enjoyed their annual visits to Port Clinton, where she loved to get Toft’s ice cream.

She enjoyed the simple pleasures in life like listening to her favorite music, perfecting her garden, and watching

Cleveland Sports. Jean’s lifelong love of animals, lasted long after her dog Frank passed on.

Jean’s bright smile and congenial personality made her easy to love and impossible to forget.

She will be remembered for being a loving daughter, wife, sister, aunt, and friend.

Mass of Christian Burial 12:00noon Wednesday February 24, at St. John Vianney Church,

7575 Bellflower Rd. Mentor, where the family will receive friends from 11:00am until time of Mass.

Interment will take place at Lakewood Park Cemetery

4 Replies to “JEAN M. CITRARO”

  1. Monique Sheppard says:

    My Condolences & Prayers to the family. I worked with her in Fixed Asset Department of Sherwin Williams. Missed her laughter and stories. May you be comforted by His Holy Spirit John 14:26-27 Agapeo

  2. Eileen Warnick (Kearns) says:

    Prayers and comfort to Jean’s family at this most difficult time. I met Jeannie working at Higbee’s and became good friends and then worked together at Sherwin-Williams too. Lots of great memories from our young days. May she Rest In Peace.

  3. Debbie (Pippy) Joyce says:

    Jeannie was a wonderful friend, I will deeply miss our Port Clinton trips and late night talks.

    My sincere sympathy to your family.

  4. Debbie says:

    It’s hard to believe you are gone, Jean, my heart is breaking. You were much more than a sister in law to me, for almost 46 years you were my “sister” and my friend.
    We shared so much, not only the holidays, and many milestones, but so much more. Our time together will always be some of my most cherished memories. You showed your love for our children and grandchildren and they, too, loved being able to be close with you. Our lives will not be the same without you and it hurts thinking that you won’t, physically be with us anymore. I love you and will never forget all we shared. May you rest peacefully, sis, with Jesus , now and forever…..

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