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Reverend Monsignor Romano Ciotola

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Condolences For Reverend Monsignor Romano Ciotola

To : Ascenzo Ciotola Date : Wednesday, February 20th 2019
From : John Nadalin
Ascenzo - it has been so many years since we first met and my grandmother Primetta tried to get you to teach me the Italian language. Who knew that only a few years later Father Romano would be introducing me to my future (and current wife)Saundra at a dance at Saint Agnes; and then baptize our son and then prepare him to receive two more sacraments while at Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Our condolences to you and your siblings and the many other relatives I see as surviving his love and guidance. All the best - John Nadalin, Ph.D.

To : Family of Monsignor Romano Ciotola Date : Wednesday, February 20th 2019
From : Nicolina Mazzocco & family
Heartfelt condolences to the entire family of Monsignor Romano. Heaven has gained another angel, he will watch over you and give you strength at this difficult time.

Msgr. Romano and my departed husband Domenico shared a close and precious friendship in their youth in their native home town of Cerreto. While miles apart, in later years, that friendship continued, and Domenico treasured every opportunity to see each other during our family%u2019s visits to Columbus.

Rest In Peace Msgr. Romano. Your amazing legacy is forever treasured!

Nicolina Mazzocco and family

To : Rose Liguore and the Ciotola family Date : Thursday, February 21st 2019
From : Angie (Melaragno) Welling
Rose, I am so sorry for your loss. My husband and I went to Italy with your brother and had a great time. He will be missed by many. Sorry we are not in town to be at the funeral. We are thinking of you and your family.

To : The Ciotola family Date : Thursday, February 21st 2019
From : Mark and Jill Carissimi
Please accept our condolences on the passing of Monsignor Romano. He was a wonderful person who spent a lifetime serving God and his fellow human beings. His intelligence and compassion improved the lives of many throughout his long career. The outline of his accomplishments in his obituary is most impressive. In particular, his support for the people of Haiti, for a church and orphanage in Honduras, and for the church in his native village in Italy reflect the all embracing nature of his faith. He will be greatly missed by his family and all who knew him. Mark and Jill Carissimi

To : family of Father Romano Date : Thursday, February 21st 2019
From : Jean Chase Warnick
Father Romano and I would go sing Mass at St John The Baptist here in Columbus Ohio many years ago. He was truly a wonderful man.
I know he will be missed by many in the community. I felt it a privilege to have known him as a young man. He always said "I was one of the first American girls he knew."
My children and grandchildren came to know him at Our Lady Of Victory. He was certainly loved.

To : The Ciotola Family Date : Thursday, February 21st 2019
From : Dick & Laura Carissimi
We are sorry for your loss of Monsignor Romano. We send our most sincere sympathies to the entire family. Few people have done so much for so many in their lifetimes as Monsignor Romano Ciotola.
Dick & Laura Carissimi

To : Rose & Larry Liguore and Ciotola Family Date : Saturday, February 23rd 2019
From : Anthony Liguore & Peggy
Rose and Ciotola family.

Sorry for your loss. We have very fond memories of Msgr Romano. He was a very kind and decent man and leader in the church.

Participating in his wonderful tour of Italy and the will will be a great memory.

We will miss Romano and his cheerful nature.

Joe Liguore

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To : Family of Fr. Ciotola Date : Sunday, February 24th 2019
From : David and Anita Frickey
We offer our condolences. I, David, met Fr. Ciotola only once when he was in the hospital last November and I served Holy Communion to him.

To : Ascenzo Ciotola and the Ciotola Family Date : Sunday, February 24th 2019
From : Domenic Mazzochi
Ascenzo to you, your sisters, and the entire Ciotola family I express my sincerest and deepest condolences on the passing of your brother Monsignor Romano. Cerrito has lost another beloved son, one who devoted a lifetime to serving God and the goodness in people. I%u2019m sure he had touched the lives of many, and they are all the better for having known the love in him. May he Rest In Peace.

Domenic Mazzocchi and family.




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