Angela “Angie” Liberatore

January 24, 1929 - February 3, 2011
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Angela “Angie” F. Liberatore, (nee: Lombardi), 82, of Chardon, Ohio, passed away at the Hospice of Western Reserve on February 3, 2011, after a brief battle with cancer. Angie grew up in Cleveland, OH, and resided in the Chardon, OH, area for over 50 years. Angie was lovingly devoted to her family and friends, andContinue Reading

Catherine Ianiro Romano left a message on February 25, 2011:
Dear Tommy and Siblings,Growing up in Chardon, if you were Italian, you had to know the other Italians! There weren't many of us! Recently though, every Fourth of July, Angie would come to our family's picnic in Hambden at Barb and Ray Ianiro's place. I always had to ask, what are your kids doing--and like the proud Grandma-out came the photos. I would get caught up on everyone's life! She adored you, her children & grandchildren, you were her life! I can hear your Mom's infectious laughter still-they were good times we got to share! May you be comforted by knowing how much you are loved!
Joyce Strong Vandevander left a message on February 25, 2011:
Stevie, Tommie and Debbie, I remember the many times I use to babysit for you kids and how your mother was always so happy and laughing. She was such a great person and will be truly missed. I have not seen her in years, but it seems like just yesterday. Good luck and God Bless all of you.
Patricia Freeman left a message on February 12, 2011:
Dear Family, I am so very sorry about the loss of your dear loved one. May the thought at Job 33:25 give you comfort in knowing that Mrs. Liberatore will return to the days of her youth and be able to enjoy life without the infirmities of old age. My sincere condolences to you.
Frank LoPresti left a message on February 8, 2011:
My deepest condolences to Steve and the entire family. Your all in my prayers.Sincerely, Frank LoPresti
Barbara Wenzel Hall left a message on February 8, 2011:
Steve, Tom and Debbie: I was sorry to hear about your mother's passing. She was a wonderful person. I used to see her a lot when I was still in Chardon but have not seen her in the past few years. She will be dearly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Patsy Kenyon Fritz left a message on February 7, 2011:
We are sorry to hear of your loss of Angie. The Kenyon family had fun times and memories of Angie and family. she is with my mom and Millie Singleton up in heaven telling jokes and laughing, and watching over us now. I remember all the times they were together and Angie's smile and laugh. I have a great picture of her and mom at my wedding with her smile. Great Memories to keep forever.
Bill and Sandy Lehman left a message on February 7, 2011:
Our sincere sympathy to your family on the passing of your Mom, Angie. May all your wonderful memories of her provide you with comfort and peace.Your former neighbors on N. Hambden Street.Bill and Sandy Lehman
Janice Blackw left a message on February 5, 2011:
Dear Liberatore family,Your mom was one the the Care Corp. people who took care of my mom. I am forever grateful she was there to share her kindness in my mom's last days. May you find comfort in the giving she so easily shared.
Jan Chapman left a message on February 4, 2011:
Dear Steve, Tom and Debbie,I am so sad to hear of your Mom's passing. She meant the world to The Chapman Family. I had been speaking to her pretty often after my Mom got sick.My memories are of living next door to The Liberatore Family. Angie teaching my Mom how to make speghetti. Mom sharing a receipe with her. Hanging around with Tommy and Maxine's son. Funny, I can still picture the faces of you Debbie, Steve and Tommie as we all were then. Please accept my family's sincere sympathy.Love...Jan and The Chapman Family.
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