Linda Marie Boggioni

August 30, 1947 ‒ November 27, 2020

Ostrander, Ohio

Linda Marie (Nunamaker) Boggioni, 73, ended her life’s journey on Friday evening, November 27, 2020 at her residence surrounded by her loving family.

Born August 30, 1947 in Plain City, Ohio to the late William and Levia (D’Amico) Nunamaker. On July 29, 1967, she married the love of her life Joseph A. Boggioni and together they shared 53 years of marriage raising 3 children.

Linda was a FANTASTIC cook and pastry chef sharing her desserts and dishes at Limited Headquarters and Hyatt on Capitol Square, prior to joining the culinary team, as a teacher’s assistant, at Columbus State Community College, retiring in 2012 after 13 years. She served on the board for the Columbus Culinary Federation and received a gold medal for her outstanding work with Chef and Child.

She was a devoted and faithful member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Delaware, where she gave unconditionally of herself and her talents, cooking for the Youth Group, funeral luncheons and pastries for their functions. She also received the award for parishioner of the year in 2016.

Left to cherish her memory is her loving husband, Joseph; daughters, Angela (Brian) Broyles and Carman (Eric) Johnson; son, Joseph (Jessica); grandchildren, Abigail and Jonah Smith and Ethan and Izabella Johnson; brothers, John (Sandy), George, Joe (Melissa), Lawrence (Cathy) Nunamaker; sister, Sharon (David) Thompson; several nieces and nephews, including Starla (Tim) Messer; special people Linda loved unconditionally, aunt Gloria DiPetro, Meegan Roberts, Billie Harrison, April Scowden, and her canine companion Harry; special friends, Jerry and Shirley Young; brother-in-law, Guido (Bonnie) Boggioni and sister-in-law, Louise (Grant) Gilbert.

In addition to her parents, Linda was preceded in death by her father and mother-in-law Nello and Eleanor Boggioni and her brother-in-law John Boggioni

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 from 2 – 4 and 6 – 8 pm at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive at W. William Street, Delaware. A rosary service will ne held at 4:00 pm. Funeral mass will be celebrated on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 10:30 am at St. Mary Catholic Church, 82 E. William Street, Delaware and will be livestreamed by logging into www.delawarestmary.org. Burial will follow in Resurrection Cemetery.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, guests are required to wear masks and recognize social distancing requirements.

Contributions in Linda’s memory may be made to The Charity Newsies.

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center is honored to serve the Boggioni family.

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

  • My dear friend and buddy, can’t believe you are gone.will miss our visits,casino trips,and lunches and shopping. But now you have your angel wings that you so deserve.i am sure you are up there cooking and baking showing how it’s done……..you will be forever missed!!!!!!until we meet again my friend Rest In Peace………joe and family my thoughts and prayers are with you all ..she was a great lady!!!so blessed to have known her……. forever in my heart Tammy wright

  • Thinking of all of you during this difficult time. Linda was an amazing lady!!! Treated me like a daughter. I love and miss you all. Linda will be missed by many, including me, but her memory will live on forever! I am thankful I was able to know her. Prayers for the entire family.

  • Your caring and kindness will be everlasting memories in our hearts. You shared such tender love with everyone you touched. The Chefs and cooks of the Columbus Chapter of the American Culinary Federation will hold you dear in our hearts for years ahead.
    On a personal note, I enjoyed all my years working with you at the Hyatt on Capitol Square. Your skills were endless. A master baker and pastry artist in the bakeshop, a skilled Garde Manger, and a fine admin for the staff of the culinary department.
    We all looked up to you for motherly advice as your wisdom shared direction, mature thoughts, and the morally correct directions.
    Your lifelong dedication to God, your unwavering beliefs, and true devotion to Christ were evident every day.
    I have no reservation that you are resting in the hands of God, our heavenly father along with so many who have gone before. My mother will enjoy your company.
    You have left behind a lovely family of loving and caring members who will continue your legacy of love to all. May the peace of Christ be with your family and all those who you love.

  • I feel privileged to have known Linda and to call her friend. She was such an inspiration to me of someone who never gave up, who put others needs before her own, who was generous beyond belief and, despite her own health issues, always greeted others with a smile and seemed grateful for each day, giving God all the Glory! What a treasure! Thank you, Linda, for all of your love and friendship and service to St Mary! And thank you for teaching our son Michael how to make homemade pasta. You will be greatly missed by so many. God be with Joe and family!

  • Was such a privilege to know Linda, she was such a kind, caring person and I know there is a special place for her in Heaven. Rest in peace Linda with the risen Lord. You will be missed ❤️🙏

  • My heartfelt condolences go out to the Boggioni Family on the passing of Linda. The world has lost a delightful, loving and caring lady. It was my pleasure to have known her and so enjoyed our friendship through the Columbus Chapter of the American Culinary Federation. May she rest in peace. May the family live on with fond memories of her.
    Sincerely,
    Francine Greff

  • Momma Boggioni had a heart big enough to shelf everyone she came in contact with. She had a heart of gold and a warm, welcoming spirit for us all. Her pastries were amazing. It’s a wonder I didn’t gain 50 pounds taste testing in my younger days. She also custom made my wedding cake….as a gift! I don’t know how the world will get along without her. I know her family will never be able to fill her void. I’m going to spend tonight going through pictures and remembering every way she touched my life. Derek and I send our deepest sympathy and love to the family.

  • Linda was a good friend. She had been a member of the Women’s City Club of Delaware, where she worked hard, and gave of herself to members and to the residents at the house.

    We had many good times. I will never forget all the wonderful food Linda created, and I was privileged to assist her a few times, although I could never make the fantastic, delicious, and beautiful cakes, cookies, and dishes she so lovingly made.

    I will miss Linda very much. She was such fun, such a hard worker, and so kind and loving.

    My condolences to her family. I know they will miss her every day, as I will.

  • My thoughts and prayer goes out to the family, although I was only in her presence a few times I knew her well through Carman,, she was a beautiful soul. No more pain no more sorry, we die to live again. This earth is not our home. Blessings to the family and friends.

  • Our deepest condolences to Joe and the Boggioni family. We always enjoyed seeing Linda and Joe at the C-J Xmas parties, and especially enjoyed the delicious desserts she would make and share with the group. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  • Joe, I was so upset to see this news and so very sad. I so loved hanging with Linda and getting to know her. She was amazing and I consider myself lucky enough to have had the opportunity to know her! She will be greatly missed! Prayers and blessings to you and your family!
    Love, Phil and Sue Capretta

  • Joan and Bill Wilson.Our thoughts and prayers are with Joe and Family at this difficult time.Linda was always very nice to talk with and was an amazing cook and baker.Our deepest sympathy.

  • My prayers are with you, Joe, George, and the rest of the family.
    Linda was such a kind and loving woman, always doing for someone else. We got to know each other at the at the Women’s City Club. She taught me a lot about baking, and I always enjoyed our time together. As good as she was, she always had a little devil in her – such fun!
    God speed, Linda. They’ve been waiting for you up there.

  • Aunt Linda was an amazing woman. I am thankful for the gift of spending the last 2 months with her and really getting to know her. Thank you for the laughs and the tears.

  • Dear Angela, You and your family are in my prayers. Please know that your VIOC Vamily is also lifting you up in spirt with their prayers. I’m so sorry.

  • Linda was such a sweet lady. When she was in our rehab Ireally got to know her a little each time she was there . Her Passion was Cooking /Baking and Family . Her Family Met the World to Her. She was so excited about the New House . She was having fun picking out colors , flooring and other things. So Sorry For Your Loss !

  • To Joe and the Boggioni Family – Our deepest sympathy of the passing of Linda. Though I only really knew her for a few years, sharing bible study with her at St. Mary or just talking with her at church, she made you feel like you had been friends for ever. Treasure all your memories.

    Mike & Carol Stewart
    Members of St. Mary Parish and also Watterson High School graduates

  • I am so sorry for the loss of your wife and mother. It was a privilege to know Linda. I first met her about 11 or 12 years ago when I was a liaison and volunteer coordinator between St. Mary’s and Family Promise. She would bring her delicious meals and baked goods in abundance & volunteered to do that so often. She was an inspiration for me. You are in my prayers as you try to adjust to her not being physically with you.
    Joe, I lost my husband when I was 53; we had been married for 30 years. That was the most difficult time of my life but I was comforted by my faith and, in time, the pain of that loss did lessen. After 23 years, I still think of him daily.

  • Jack and I met Linda thru her sister and brother-in-law Sharon and David, she was a special lady. She was always thinking of others and their needs. And, always there to do whatever she could to help in anyway she could. She will be so very much missed.

  • There are no words to describe the passing of a incredible woman. I took care of her in our rehab facility and she touched everyone of us. She will be deeply missed. She will always have a piece of my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with all of her family.