Jeanne C. Reed Test Antinozzi

August 18, 1920 ‒ May 02, 2015

Naples, Florida
Formerly of Mansfield, Ohio

The Daughters of American Revolution, Big Cypress Chapter in Naples, FL wish to express their sympathy to the Antinozzi family.  She was an avid supporter of the DAR and Jeanne had been a member since 1957!  She is dearly loved and missed by everyone in the chapter.


NAPLES, FLORIDA: Former Mansfield resident Jeanne Reed Test Antinozzi passed away quietly in her Naples, Florida home Saturday, May 2, 2015. She was 94.

Born Jeanne Catherine Reed August 18, 1920 in Jelloway to Dr. John A. and Hallie Gladys (Zimmerman) Reed, she was married to Mansfield surgeon Pasquale “P.S.” Test. After a short career in Dietetics, she switched occupations to supervise her husband’s medical office. Following Dr. Test’s death in 1994, she married architect Daniel P. Antinozzi, who has since predeceased her.

She is survived nieces and a nephew Andree Haj Abed of Ashland, Libby Orbison of Ocala, FL, Carla Robinson of Albuquerque, NM, Kimberly Omler of Vero Beach, FL, Brooke Millett of Rocky Mount, NC, Tonya Vorhees of Port Clinton,  Myron Reed of Miami Beach, FL, and Melissa Geiger of Desert Hot Springs, CA; and numerous great nieces and great nephews.

In addition to her husbands, she was preceded in death by her sisters Dr. Esther Elizabeth “Dr. Betty” Reed, and Dr. Barbara Ann Reed Dedehayir; and her brother Dr. Myron Reed.

Her family will receive friends Saturday, May 9, 2015 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home, where her life will be celebrated Sunday at 1 p.m. with memories and reflections of a grand life…and the end of an era. Burial in Mansfield Catholic Cemetery will be Monday at 2 p.m.

Contributions in her memory to Richland County Humane Society may be made at the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve Mrs. Antinozzi’s family. Send them a message of sympathy or support

  • My parents, Lee and Maxine Johnston, were very close friends with Pat and Jeanne. We often vacationed together when I was a little girl and the two couples golfed together at the Country Club regularly. I will always remember her ever-present bright smile and her cheery voice. She was a remarkable lady, filled with a sense of adventure and a fun-loving spirit. I was honored to have known her. An end of an era, indeed.

    Cheryl Johnston Every

  • Dr. and Mrs, Test belonged to the Friday Afternoon Club at Westbrook Country Club members of which included my Mother Betty McKee Bliss Rainey.

    The group enjoyed gold and dinner on Friday afternoons and it was always enjoyable for me to join the group when I visited my mother in Mansfield.

    It was a pleasure to have known Dr. and Mrs. Test.


    Sandy Bliss