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


LUCILLE D. TOMASIC age 81 (nee Tizzano), passed away

peacefully April 16, 2021. beloved wife of the late Jerry; loving

mother of Greg (Kristen) and Marisa (deceased); devoted grandmother

of Gregory (Nikki), Marisa Zakaria (Dan) and Alyssa; great grandmother of 5.

Beloved daughter of Angelo and Antoinette Tizzano

(nee D’Angelo) (both deceased); dear sister of Sr. Ascenza Tizzano,

M.P.F. and the following deceased Flora Latsko (George) and Nick

DeAngelis. Dear sister-in-law of Judy Jividen and Tom and Doreen

Tomasic.  Devoted aunt of Susan Asadorian (Kris), Rita-Ann Citraro

(John) and Georgean Volkmann (Jimmy). Dear cousin and friend to

many, especially Amelita Ritz, Mary Ellen Rivera and Shirley Koons.

Donations may be made in Lucille’s Memory to Holy Redeemer Church,

15712 Kipling Ave., Cleveland, 44110, where she was a lifelong

member and very active in preparing many pizzas for numerous

feastivals and pizza sales, where Mass of Christian Burial will be held

11:30 am Thursday April 22nd; Interment Lake View Cemetery. The

family will receive friends at THE VITANTONIO-PREVITE





6 Replies to “LUCILLE D. TOMASIC”

  1. Paula Vetturini says:

    Dearest LuLu
    Thank you for all the memories and for teaching me what family means
    I love you forever
    Cousin Paula

  2. Stephanie Russo says:

    Lucille was a true sweetheart and Christian. You could always count on her for a kind word or positive comment. We are very distant in-laws, but my husband Tony and I loved her and will miss her at our family gatherings. I said a Divine Mercy Chaplet just minutes within the time of her death and believe the angels gathered her up and took her home to Our Lord.

  3. Cindy porcello says:

    Lulu we shared so much. We laughed all the time. Cooked and baked together worked at 4 in the morning to make pizza at the church. I’m really going to miss you. Though our Lord needed an angel and that is what he has. My deepest sympathy to your family as you will be truly missed. Love you

  4. Mary Ellen Rich Rivera says:

    My deepest sympathy to cherished family and friends of Lucille. We became friends in the Fall of 1954 and involved ourselves in many crazy antics. This friendship/sisterhood continued throughout the years and across many miles. We all deal with tragedy in our lives and Lu’s life was no exception; however she chose to be a fulfilled, joyful person and found that joy in obedience to the Father Almighty through THE GIFT OF SELF TO OTHERS.. (“How many pizzas, Fr. Marty? Fried dough, too?) We facetimed the evening before she passed away: we laughed over some silly things; I said, “Talk to you tomorrow.” She responded as always, “God willing.” Love you, commare.

  5. Katica Rich says:

    I remember meeting Lucille when I was in elementary school and she was the friend of my older sister Mary Ellen. I thought she was the kindest and most gentle person then and the feeling remains to this day. Lucille had a heart of gold – kind to everyone, loving, giving and always laughing. She was an incredible cook also – there was more food on her table than in a restaurant. When you went to eat at her house it was a feast! How much fun that was. Lucille always made me feel better. I’m happy to have face-timed with her just two weeks ago. Not only will I miss her, but everyone who she has touched with her generosity will remember and miss Lucille.

  6. Cindy porcello says:

    When I was staying at your home years ago, you would answer your phone with “hello this is heaven which angel would you like to speak to” I loved that. Now you are that angel. I will really miss you. But what wonderful memories.

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