Armando D’Amico, 89, of Weirton, WV, died peacefully at his house on November 1, 2020.
Armando was born in Castel Frentano, Italy, the youngest son and final remaining baby of 5 siblings born to Guiseppe and Rosaria D’Amico.
Armando immigrated to america along with his brother, Americo, in 1952. He returned to Italy in 1956 and met and married his spouse of 64 years, Adalgisa Martini. They began their new life collectively by shifting to america, the place they have been warmly welcomed and helped by kin in Weirton, WV, and right here they determined to make their house. They raised 4 kids, Joseph D’Amico (Sandy Sellers), Michael (Michelle) D’Amico, Maria (Joe) DiBartolomeo, and Michele (Rocky) Bragg, all of Weirton, WV. They have been additionally blessed with six grandchildren, Christina (Ben) Boswell of Cleveland, OH, Michaela (Mike) Ludewig of Toronto, OH, Joey (Danielle) DiBartolomeo of Columbia, SC, Monica Bragg, Michael and Nicholas D’Amico; a great-granddaughter, Mila Ludewig, arriving in December; and niece, Roseann D’Amico; together with many nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and nephews.
Armando was a devoted, arduous employee. He retired from Weirton Metal as a Bricklayer after 40 years of service. He liked spending time with household and pals. Collectively along with his spouse, they hosted numerous gatherings, holidays, birthdays, and dinners each Sunday. Their hospitality is known. They have been a “well-oiled machine.” Armando did the purchasing (he was a really acquainted face in any respect the native grocery shops!), and Adalgisa did the cooking. Collectively they fortunately fed everybody who walked into their house.
Armando’s reminiscence will stay an ideal inspiration to all individuals. His humility, generosity, graciousness, and kindness have been exemplary. Smooth-spoken and selfless, he was the wind beneath his household’s wings. He by no means appeared for glory for himself, however all the time to glorify God.
It’s been an ideal honor, Dad. You’ve been really easy to like, giving a lot of your self and asking so little in return.
Could God Bless, Guard, Information, Heal, Protect and Shield you. We love you.
Pals and kin are invited to attend his Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m., Tuesday, at Saint Joseph the Employee Roman Catholic Church.
Entombment will observe at Saint Paul’s Mausoleum.
Thanks, household, and pals, for all of the prayers, effectively needs and visits and thanks to Valley Hospice for his or her care, particularly Kyra, Denise and Father George.
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