Janet DiAngi, age 93, of Greenville, handed absent Saturday July 3, 2021, in St. Paul’s Senior Residing Local community and fell into the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, after a interval of declining well being.
She was born at home, on Ridge Ave. in Greenville on August 2, 1927, to Gaetano and Adeline (Vizza) DeNicola. Janet married Angelo DiAngi on January 26, 1946 he preceded her in demise on October 23, 2003. She attended Penn Significant Faculty. Janet began doing work as a waitress when she was a teen and worked for numerous years at the former Patio Restaurant in Greenville. By means of the function she designed several friendships of which she was happy. Her clients enjoyed her wit and enjoyable demeanor as she introduced them their foods.
She invested significantly of her lifetime at church and church functions both as a youth and adult. Her religion was the most important issue to her. She appreciated attending church camps and rallies with her close friends and household. One of her enjoyment tales to recall, was dressing as the Easter Bunny in the Greenville Easter Parade! Janet was recognised for her great Italian culinary abilities and sharing that delicious food with other individuals.
She is survived by her son, Dick Diangi (Rhonda) of Meadville a person sister, Helen Volpe of Greenville two brothers, Daniel DeNicola of Greenville and David DeNicola (Barb) of East Aurora, NY. Also surviving are two grandsons, Rev. Joel DiAngi (Collette) of Greenville and Jared DiAngi of Anderson, SC two great-grandchildren, Sanae DiAngi and Angelo DiAngi of San Francisco, CA 3 nieces, Joan Volpe Minor of Greenville, Carol Anne McCabe of Pasadena, CA and Sherry Reinhart of East Aurora, NY and five nephews, Albert Volpe, Jr. of Greenville, Robert Volpe of Greenville, Mark DeNicola (Connie) of Knoxville, TN, Eric DeNicol (Lisa) Mt. Morris, PA and Scott DeNicola of Colorado. She was preceded in death by her moms and dads partner 3 brothers, Tony DeNicola, John DeNicola and toddler Joseph DeNicola two sisters, Mary Jane Volpe and Caroline DeNicola and a nephew, Ralph Volpe. The relatives would like to thank Dr. Christine Wong and St. Paul’s for their kindness and professionalism. Many thanks also to her pricey mates Annette “Dolly” Minckler and Angie Smargiasso (deceased) and Bonnie Gaus for their consistent appreciate and help as a result of the yrs.
Service: A Funeral Assistance will be held at 11 AM Friday 7-9-21 in Christian Assembly Church, Greenville, with Rev. Joel DiAngi, Pastor of the church and grandson, officiating. Family and friends will be acquired on Thursday 7-8-21 from 5-7 PM in LOUTZENHISER-JORDAN FUNERAL Property AND CREMATION Solutions, INC. 366-368 S. Main St. Greenville. Burial will be in Shenango Valley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may well be created to Christian Assembly Church 111 Principal St. Greenville, PA 16125. On line guests are welcome to signal the guest book and see a Movie Tribute at www.loutzenhiserfuneralhome.com.
Printed on July 5, 2021