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“Noney, I saw this today and wanted to say how sad this makes me. I know you and your mom were very close .. Hope all is well . Meghan Cullen ”
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“I can't put into words how deeply you are missed. Death is inevitable, but not understood until it's at your door. The loss isn't something we can...Read More »
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“sorry for the loss of your mom. ”
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“You will always be remembered. ”
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LOUISVILLE, KY – Kim Valentino, 60, entered into eternal rest on January 15, 2016 after a long illness.
Kim, a daughter of the late Anthony and Margaret Valentino, was born and educated in Schenectady. She worked as a supervisor of quality control at Campbell Plastics. Kim was a strong, and independent woman. Her dedication to being a selfless mother brought her the greatest reward here on earth.
She was predeceased by her parents and a sister, Christina Marie Valentino.
Survivors include her cherished and adoring children, Noney Marie Grier, and her husband Robert, Kevin DiGirolamo, Nicholas DiGirolamo, and his wife Jennifer Sanders, and Marcella Clark-Valentino; loving grandchildren, Lorenzo Scionti, Elizabeth Grier, and Lilah DiGirolamo; siblings, Angela Sengenberger, and Anthony J. Valentino. Several nieces and nephews also survive.
Graveside services will be held on Tuesday, February 9th at Parkview Cemetery, Fehr Avenue, with Fr. Joseph Grasso, officiating. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.