Goldie “Sue” DiLiberto (nee Takacs), age 95 of Cleveland, peacefully passed away October 5th, 2020 at Euclid General Hospital. She was born May 28th, 1925 in Masury, Ohio to the late John and Susie Takacs.
Sue loved her family and her great grandchildren called her “Grandma Cookie”.
Sue is the loving wife of the late Nathaniel DiLiberto; beloved mother of Mayor Alan (Marylou) DiLiberto, Mayor Dan (Marilyn-deceased) DiLiberto and Robert (Martha) DiLiberto; dearest grandmother of Alana (Andrew) Benedict, Marlo (Doug) Herrmann, Dan (Donna) DiLiberto, Brian (Stephanie) DiLiberto, Heather (Mark) Lavalais, Michael DiLiberto and Christina (Darius “Buddy”) Aktia; cherished great grandmother of many; sister of the late Louis Takacs; cousin of Steven Takacs; aunt of many.
The DiLiberto family will receive friends from 2-5 PM Saturday, October 10th, 2020 at McMahon Coyne Vitantonio Funeral Home, 6330 Center Street, Mentor. A Funeral Service will be held at 5 PM Saturday at the funeral home. A private burial will be held at a later date at Knollwood Cemetery in Mayfield Hts. Please observe social distancing and bring a mask covering.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral & Cremation Services.
4 Replies to “Goldie “Sue” DiLiberto”
Sending our condolences to the Diliberto family may God continue to give you all peace and strength knowing your love one is with the Lord
Praying for you all
The thing I will remember most is that I always called her Aunt Sue and thought Goldie was her nickname .when actually it was the other way around. I just found that out when I went to visit her at the Nursing Home I February 2020. She had been taken to the Hospital for Treatment that day. So I called Bob to tell him I came for a visit but she was at the Hospital already. I told him I thought it was nice you put her nickname on the door. He told me Goldie was her real name. This was about the time we were finding out about this new thing that hit the World (COVID 19) and we wouldn’t get to visit our Loved One’s like we were used to doing. I will always remember this . I’m sure she knows now none of us ever forgot her. She is and was the Connection to Our Past and Future. So let’s go Foward and keep the FamilyTree thriving and make her Proud. Love You, Aunt Goldie.
Sending our love to the whole DiLiberto family. Grandma Cookie was a beautiful, funny, loving person. She was also high spirited and I know she was so loved by her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless.