Linda L. DiPietro

October 25, 1937 ‒ June 25, 2020

Delaware, Ohio

Linda L. DiPietro, 82, of Delaware passed away peacefully early Thursday morning, June 25, 2020 in the Cherith Care Center at Willowbrook Christian Village.

She was born October 25, 1937 in Columbus, Ohio to the late Fred and Marjorie (Beckle) Williams and later graduated from Holy Rosary High School.

Alongside her husband Fred, Linda helped in the kitchen of Pizza Villa, a restaurant they owned and operated for many years in Delaware. A devoted and faithful member of St. Mary Catholic Church, she also was a member of the Delaware Moose Lodge.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Tony (Verna) DiPietro and Missy (Robert) Thompson, all of Delaware; grandchildren, Madeline Thompson, Dominic DiPietro, and Zach Liggins.

In addition to her parents, Linda was preceded in death by her husband Fred, her son John “Robbie” DiPietro and her sister Louann Turpin.

The family would like to offer a special thanks to Willowbrook Christian Village and Capital City Hospice for the wonderful care that Linda received during her time under their care.

A memorial mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 10:30 am at St. Mary Catholic Church, 82 E. William Street, Delaware with Father Sylvester Onyeachonam officiating and will be livestreamed by logging into www.delawarestmary.org . Burial will follow in St. Mary Cemetery. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, guests are encouraged to wear masks and recognize social distancing requirements.

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center is honored to assist the DiPietro family.

To share a fond memory of Linda or to offer a condolence to her family, please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • My sincere condolences to the entire DiPietro family, My fond memories of Linda as well as every single member of the family I ever met,stretch back so many years.
    A true matriarch who will be missed very much.My thoughts and prayers are with you today and always

  • Missy, my heart goes out to you and your family. I loved your mom and dad,they were good people. Do anything for you.
    I have found memories working with your parents at Pizza Villa.
    Prayers and Hugs.
    Valerie Matthews

  • Missy, Robert, Madeline and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  • Missy, Tony and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I am keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers. What wonderful memories of your entire family at Pizza Villa.
    With Sincere Sympathy,
    Linda Cline (Decker)

  • My heart goes out to the family may she Rest In Peace. Linda was a great resident when she lived at londontown I will never forget her . She was full of laughter always had a smile on her face heaven got a great angel

  • Missy and Tony and all your family I am deeply sorry for the loss of your mother Linda. Fred and Linda were such giving and wonderful cousins. May she rest in peace reunited with Fred. Please know that Linda, you and your family are in my prayers. I will be with you virtually sharing in the Holy Mass on Tuesday. God Bless You all and may His comforting love be with all of you.

  • To the Family & Friends of Linda DiPietro ~ our heartfelt sympathies to you all. Linda was such a caring and giving individual. I recall a minor car accident we had in front of Pizza Villa and Linda took our young daughters into PV. She cared for them, calmed them and fed them, as if they were her grand daughters. Blessings to the family! DeeDee & George Warden

  • DiPietro Family, Sorry to hear the news of Linda passing.My heart is filled with all the memories at the Villa,Freddies, the vacation trips, all the sport game partys.We sadly miss your family. We will always have them in our hearts. Your Aunt Marys spaghetti,your sweet rolls,Pizzas all made with love.I am so happy to of been included in the family.End of the Good times. Sincerely Donna Travis

  • All our love Missy, Tony and families. Sooo many stories and great times with Linda we loved her very much. She was a big part of me and Marsha getting together. I would ask Linda if I could close when Marcie did, thinking she was clueless. Few months later she would say, with her head down and eyes glaring over her readers, “you better marry her”. And I did! Just one of many good stories I have of Linda. We both are very grateful to of had the privilege of not only working for Linda but the Dipetro family! (Best job we ever had)
    She will always be remembered and loved by us. God Bless

  • Tony and Missy and family
    Praying for you as u say goodbye to your precious mother … what a blessing she brought to our lives!!
    I am so thankful for u all and the lifetime lessons your family gave us in working at pizza villa… I often say I wish every teenager could of worked there and learned What we did …. integrity, hard work, love and family !!
    God is so good and we love you very much ❤️

  • Tony and Missy,

    So sorry for the loss of your mother. Prayers are being said for you and your family🙏🙏. May the Risen Lord be with you and your family during this most difficult time! I could always talked with your mom. Her and I had good chats! Sending hugs!

  • Dear Missy, Tony & families,

    Sending our deepest condolences on the passing of your wonderful mother and my beloved Aunt Linda. Words cannot express my deepest regards for your mother. In “the early days” she provided security, acceptance, guidance and love. She and my Uncle Fred not only provided delicious meals and the ultimate hang out at The Pizza Villa – they were a home away from home to not only me, but to hundreds of others.

    Aunt Linda would “tell it like it is”, and for that, I learned to value those who spoke the truth in love. I loved that she smiled a LOT & loved a good joke and liked to laugh. I love that she loved the song “Midnight Train To Georgia” and encouraged creative expression.

    Mostly, I loved to see the sparkle in her eyes whenever she looked or spoke of Uncle Fred and her children! They were her world. And witnessing that love – I learned that although one can work very hard, follow their goals and achieve success – it is meaningless without the love of family and friends.

    I take great comfort in knowing Aunt Linda was surrounded physically & in spirit by that deep love.

    Thank you for sharing your incredible mom and dad with all of us. I can truly say I do not where I would be today without them and their example, mentorship and unconditional love.

    With Love,

    Linda (Bernabei), Darryl and Renata Retter

  • Tony and family.

    Your Mom and Dad both were such kind people. Delaware lost some treasures.

    My prayers are with you all.

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