Angeline “Angie” DeLisio passed away peacefully on Friday February 18, 2022, with her daughter by her side. She was 93 years old and lived a long and happy life surrounded by loving family and friends.
Angie was born on July 28, 1928, to Dominic and Catherine Marr Muto in Struthers, Ohio. She married the love of her life, Mario DeLisio on July 18, 1950. Soon after, they moved to Poland, Ohio where she had resided ever since. They raised 3 children there and would go on to have many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
As a young woman, Angie worked as a cook at St. Elizabeth hospital in Youngstown. Later she would own and operate several small businesses with her husband including “Mrs. D’s Pizza Shop,” a restaurant at the Olde Stone Tavern, a florist, and a fruit shop. As she neared retirement age, Angie also worked as a cook for the priests and other personnel at the Holy Family Church Rectory.
Angie lived a vibrant life and was quite close with many of her relatives and friends. She had numerous hobbies throughout the years including cooking/baking, dancing with her husband & friends, bible studies & prayer groups, and coffee with the neighbors. She especially spent a lot of social time with her sister, Sally, over the years. To Angie, it didn’t matter as much to her what she was doing, as long as she was spending time with the ones that she loved.
Angeline was preceded in death by Mario, her husband; Catherine & Dominic, her parents; Samuel, her brother; and several other relatives and friends.
She is survived by her sister, Sally Tamburino and all three of her children Joseph DeLisio (Betty O’Brien), Mario “Marty” (Dina) DeLisio, and Marietta (Robert) Murcko. Along with 8 grandchildren Jenna (Michael), Joey (Julie), Dominic, Bobby, Mark, Tony, Katie, and Christin and 2 great-grandchildren Bailey and Maci. She is also survived by an Uncle James (Roseann) Marr and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
She is now at peace in heaven with her beloved husband, Mario, and all the loved ones that passed on before her. During her later years she often talked about going to meet Jesus someday and now that time of eternal peace and happiness has come for Angie.
The DeLisio family has requested material tributes be given to Holy family Church 2729 Center Rd. Poland OH. 44514 or to St. Patrick Church in Hubbard, 357 N. Main St. Hubbard OH. 44425.
Family and friends may call from 9 to 10:15 a.m. Thursday February 24, 2022, at the Fox Funeral Home followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 a.m. at Holy Family Church, celebrated by Rev. Michael Swierz.
Interment will follow at Poland Riverside cemetery.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Edward J. Fox & Sons Funeral Home 4700 Market St. Boardman, Ohio 44512.
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