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Josephine S. Bertino


Josephine Sylvia Bertino died January 17, 2018, at age 93. Born in Windber, PA to Andrew and Josephine Arrera, she was youngest of seven, nicknamed “Honey.” She traveled with her husband, Cosmo, during his military service during WWII and the Korean War, settling in Columbus in 1952. She raised her family in north Columbus making lifelong friends. When the family moved to Kentucky in 1976, she quickly became part of the community, joining clubs and volunteering. She made many trips back to Columbus for holidays and grandchildren events. Josephine enjoyed her family, friends, reading, crocheting, sewing, crosswords, bowling with neighbors and she was devoted to her faith saying the Rosary every night. She remembered everyone’s birthdays, said one of her best times was a cross-country camping trip with Cosmo. They retired to Columbus in 1994. Josephine joins her husband, Cosmo, and extended family in heaven. Survived by her sister, Jennie; and children, Cosmo Jr. (Paula), Michael (Nancy), Cindy Byington, Mark (Kim); and grandchildren, Sarah (Chip) York, Angela (Bryan) Nollet, Cara (Scott) Noschang, Andy (Erin), Anne-Marie (John) Phillips, Michaelyn (Adam) Parks, Suzanne, Tony (Amanda), Shannon (Aaron) Swepston, Courtney (Chad) McCord, Kelsey, Megan, Kailey, Jason, Delaney and Makenna. She loved cuddling her great-grandchildren: Kieran, Fiona, Robbie, Mia, Tommy, Lucy, Joseph, Ben, Henry, Beatrice, Shelby, Finley, Josephine, Hannah, Evan, Grace, Sadie, Connor, Zach and Caleb. She dearly loved her in-laws and is survived by Mary, Don, Dick and Connie Bertino. Visitation Monday, January 22, 2018, from 4-8 p.m., at THE JOHN QUINT TREBONI FUNERAL HOME, 1177 W. Fifth Avenue (Columbus) 43212. Funeral Mass 10 a.m., Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, 1559 Roxbury Road (Marble Cliff) 43212. Burial to follow, St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Our Lady of Victory or Anthony Byington Scholarship Fund. Condolences via