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In Memory

Elizabeth Cimino (Bellomo)

Deceased Classmate: Elizabeth Cimino
Date Of Birth: 01-01-1951
Date Deceased: 07-12-2015
Age at Death: 64
Cause of Death: Complications of Crohns Disease
Classmate City: Grotte
Classmate State: 
Classmate Country: Italy
Was a Veteran: No 
Survived By: Husband Emilo Bellomo and daughters, Aurelia and Elvira, her sisters Alfie and Linda. Her son, Carlo predeceased her.

Lisa and her family relocated to Italy in 1971. Lisa was my cousin, she was funny and kind. We all miss her dearly. Here is the website showing her death notice: http://chiazzadigrutti.weebly.com/news/e-salita-al-cielo-la-signora-cimino Regards, Phil Bellomo (NHS Class 1971) 26 Wheelright Ct Wells, ME 04090 

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03/30/17 08:11 AM #1    

Janet Rosenburgh (Wolfe)

I remember Liz fondly as we were very close in high school.  Shortly after she moved to Italy with her family, I took a trip to visit her.  She was a spunky as ever!  We lost touch after that visit and I've often wondered how she was doing.  She has been lovingly thought of many times.  Rosey Wolfe (Janet Rosenburgh)

03/30/17 01:29 PM #2    

Anthony Socci

My family and I have very fond memories of Liza (Cimino) Bellomo and her family while they resided near our Heights neighborhood. Our families often got together and enjoyed spirited conversations over great food prepared by our mothers.Twelve years after they returned to their beautiful property in Sicily I had the pleasure of visiting Lisa and her family for a couple of days, reminiscing, catching up on all the news, strolling by an ancient Greek Temple in Agrigento and by the sea as well as indulging in gelato! Lisa and her family are always fondly recalled in heart and mind

03/30/17 03:41 PM #3    

Nancy Herendeen (Bonoli)

To Phil, family and friends of Liz, my sincere sympathies for your loss.

Liz and I really didn't get to know each other until senior year in gym class, if my memory hasn't completely failed me.

Phil, you told me about her moving to Italy when you and I were working at Cramer Electronics.  She was such a cheerful, funny and enjoyable person to be around.  I have thought of her now and then over the years and often wondered how she was.

Rest is Peace.

Nancy Herendeen Bonoli





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