- March 6, 1927 - January 6, 2013
- Parma, Ohio
of SILVIO's Passing
Hospice of the Western Reserve
300 East 185th Street
Cleveland, OH 44119
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Missing you today Gramps. Love ya pal
Posted by: Nick Pinozzi - Rochester Hills, MI - Grandson Oct 23, 2013
Mr Pinozzi was a great man to know. I feel privileged to say I knew him. I will never forget how he would look at me and say" smoke by the fan" and walk away. or the fried salami and eggs he cooked for Jeff and I when we visited him and Ma in Ohio. Mr P was a genuine man with a huge heart . When he would visit Jeff at the garden city house he worked on so
Posted by: Bob Healy - Livonia, MI - Family Friend Feb 08, 2013
My heartfelt condolences to Lena, Jerry and Jeff and to all those who knew and loved Silvio.
Posted by: Joel Foose - Bullhead City, AZ Jan 13, 2013
We sure have memories I will keep forever. One of my favorite one is the time Kathy & I went on your patio for our nightly chats. It was a very humid, muggy night that was ending a 90 degree day. I told you the situation we had earlier in the day when Kathy was working outside and I come from around the house using Liquid Fence. This was the first time I ever used it. Kathy ran between the
Posted by: Paul Bricker - Parma, OH - Neighbor Jan 13, 2013
I just want to thank the Pinozzi family for allowing me to take care of Silvio. It was not just MY JOB but a pleasure to help Silvio in his last months. We all know that Silvio was not the easy person to work with however, he taught me a lot of thing about living to be grateful for what we have now. Its not easy to let someone care for your love one but the Pinozzi family weclome me
Posted by: toi steele - parma, OH - friend Jan 12, 2013
I am more than proud and honored to be able to say I was very close to my great "Uncle". Through the years he taught me lessons directly through our conversations and passively through his actions. As a somewhat newly marriage man, I will always remember how his actions showed how much he cared for Aunt Lena and how he always always said she was his "babe". Thanks "Uncle" for leaving me with great advice and memories that I will never forget through my years of life and marriage.
Posted by: Jason Libal - Brunswick, OH Jan 10, 2013
Ever in my heart
I feel like Great Uncles are someone who you normally are afraid of or intimidated by. However, I was not scared of my Great Uncle. I was not intimidated by my Great Uncle. My Great Uncle was my friend. My Great Uncle was one of my encouragers. My Great Uncle was one of my biggest fans. He was my "Uncle".
Uncle was always so proud of me with everything that I did. Even though he probably only
Posted by: Brett Libal - OH Jan 10, 2013
Dear Lena, Jerry, Jeffrey, Laura, and kids, What I knew of Mr. Pinozzi over these past 35 years or so was that he was a truly good and honest man, a wonderful and loving husband, father, grandfather and family member. He seemed to live by a code in which he believed and to behave and treat people with the kindness and respect that this code required of him. He worked hard, never asked for a handout, and took care of
Posted by: Terry Shuman - Medina, OH Jan 10, 2013
To my sons wonderful grandfather you will forever be missed.
Posted by: Tracy stablein - Rochester, MI - Friend Jan 10, 2013
Well, where do I even begin. Growing up he was my bud, my friend, my pal. I couldn't wait for the holidays to come around so I could finally get down to Ohio, and see him. The car rides were horribly long; ridden with excitement and anxiousness. Every time my dad and I pulled in, the front door would be wide open with him waiting to watch us pull in. Well, I drove my self here yesterday I pulled in
Posted by: Nick Pinozzi - Rochester Hills, MI - Grandson Jan 10, 2013