In Remembrance of Louise Z. Giuliani Coleman

Louise Z. Giuliani Coleman

Louise Z. Giuliani Coleman

Formerly of Dunmore and Clark Summit February 22, 1914 ~ March 15, 2013 Date of Service: March 18, 2013

Louise Z. Giuliani Coleman

March 15, 2013

Louise Z. Giuliani Coleman, 99, a former resident of Dunmore and Clarks Summit died Friday morning in the Jewish Home of Eastern PA. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Dominic Giuliani, who died during WWII and her second husband, Edward Coleman, who died in 1995.

Born in Eynon, she was the daughter of the late Francis and Frances Puletti Giacomini, she was a graduate of the Scranton School of Cosmetology and was a member of the Scranton Firefighters Auxiliary and a former member of the Abington Senior Center.

She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and aunt, who enjoyed spending time with family, socializing with her many friends in Dunmore and Clarks Summit and whose special joy was singing to her grandchildren.

Her family would like to thank the staff of the Jewish Home for all the loving care given to Louise over the years and for the support and compassion shown to her family.

Surviving are sons Dal Giuliani and wife Carol, Amherst, NY; Edward Coleman and wife Marilou, Brookhaven, PA; and Joseph Coleman and wife Donna, Clarks Summit; seven grandchildren, Mark Giuliani and wife Marge, Lisa Todd, Chris Giuliani and wife, Amy, Ryan ,Domenica, Joey and Kate Coleman and five great- grandchildren. Sisters, Diane Moynihan, New York, Juliette Maddon, West Virginia, Sistene Aviltroni and husband, Eugene, Peckville and Helen Cawatski, Wyoming, Pa. Brothers, Harold and wife, Cathy and James, all of Delaware, and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a grandson Kevin Coleman in 1994, sisters, Vera Homish and Marie Rinaldi and brothers, Romeo, Edward, August and Daniel Giacomini.

The funeral will be Monday with mass of Christian Burial at 8:30 a.m. in Our Lady of the Snows Church, State St., Clarks Summit. Interment in the Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday at the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc., 318 E. Drinker St., Dunmore from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. All those attending the funeral are asked to go directly to the church.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Kevin Coleman Memorial Scholarship Fund, C/O Delaware County Community College Advancement Office, 901 South Media Line Rd., Media, Pa. 19015.

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Danny Giacomini
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The death of my aunt Louise
Reply #5 on : Fri December 27, 2013, 02:06:28
I am so sorry to just find out about my aunt Louise passing, nobody contacted me, altho I have 3 sisters. I pray for my aunt Louise, that she is in heaven with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Love and Prayers, Danny Giacomini
Anonymous
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Re: In Remembrance of Louise Z. Giuliani Coleman
Reply #4 on : Fri December 27, 2013, 01:49:49
I am Daniel Giacomini, nephew of my Aunt Louise, I am so sorry she passed, I haven't seen her in yrs, but I have always thought of my Aunt Louise and my relatives in Scranton Pa, my prayers go out to my aunt Louise, and her famlily. I loved her and I love my relatives in Pa, Love, Danny Giacomini
Mary McGee
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Our condolences
Reply #3 on : Tue March 19, 2013, 14:31:39
Our friend and co-worker Lisa Todd has, over the years, spoken highly and often of her grandmother Giuliani and we at Mapfre Re warmly offer our sympathy to her and her family at this time.
Christine Giacomini Hunt
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Sorry to hear the news.
Reply #2 on : Sat March 16, 2013, 19:53:31
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Louise. My fond memories of her will always be that of a very warm person. I am sure she will be missed by many.
Dale, Vera, Tina, Kyle
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So many good-byes
Reply #1 on : Sat March 16, 2013, 17:22:05
Though we will see everyone tomorrow, we thought we would like to drop a line to let you know that
we will remember the memories that we shared with all and with Aunt Louise. Today, Vera and I reminded each other that she was our godmother and we recalled the gifts and the visits and the stories shared; today, Vera reminded me that it was Aunt Louise who gave her the recipe for Pepper Cookies and Italian Egg Cookies, two staples of our Christmas baking. Needles to say,we think of Aunt Louise often, but we will especially, every Christmas,hold a special memory in our heart, as Aunt Louise will continue to be a part of our holiday. Ah, the holidays and the many people to whom we have already said good-bye.