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Richard "Dick" Charles Belloli

November 11, 1938September 30, 2019

Richard (Dick) Charles Belloli, 80, of Ridgetop, Tennessee passed away on Monday, September 30, 2019. He was born in Detroit, Michigan to Anthony and Adeline Belloli.

In addition to his cherished wife of 35 years, Judy R Belloli, he is survived by daughters Shannon (Dave) Tolbert and Ashlee (Rich) Hatfield of Greenbrier, Tennessee and Donna Angel, of Ridgetop, Tennessee, 11 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren and brother, Larry Belloli of Gladwin, Michigan.

He was a dedicated parishioner of Our Lady of Lourdes parish, Springfield Tennessee and was a fourth degree member of the Knights of Columbus. He retired after a 37 year career with Genesco and worked an additional 20 years at Turrentine Salvage. He spent most of his life dedicating his time to others. Whether he was at a play practice or opening night, a basketball game, dance performance or volleyball game he was always on the sidelines cheering everyone on. He cherished the time he spent with family and friends, from a birthday phone call to a corny joke he put a smile on the face of everyone he encountered. Granddaddy touched the lives of many and will be greatly missed.

A funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 11:00 am at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 103 Golf Club Lane, Springfield, Tennessee with Father Anthony Lopez celebrant. A reception will immediately follow. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Nashville Rescue Mission 639 Layfette St. Nashville, TN 37203 or https://nashvillerescuemission.org/ways-to-give/donate-now/


  • Funeral Mass Saturday, October 19, 2019


Richard "Dick" Charles Belloli

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Dianne Bettin

October 8, 2019

Dick was my 1st cousin. His Dad (Tony) was my Mom’s (Rosemary) brother. As a kid I remember going over Uncle Tony and Aunt Addie’s house and all the guys (Don, Eddie, Dick , Larry and Uncle Tony) were always joking around...real pranksters! I think Aunt Addie deserved a medal! But I remember everyone always being so happy. Even though Dick lived in Tennessee, when I did see him he was always so sweet to me and always had a twinkle in his eye and a big smile.

My heartfelt sympathy to Judy, Larry and Dick’s entire family.

God bless you all and may he Rest In Peace.

Dianne (Jaissle) Bettin

Patrick Mason

October 7, 2019

Dick was one of my best friends as well as being my first cousin. We graduated from Servite High in 1956. I use to go to Nashville to celebrate my two week vacations with Dick. He was kind, caring and always in a good mood. He was a joy to be with, and even though I didn't see Dick much in recent years, I missed being with him. He was the greatest.

Judy, you must be very sad for his loss. He was kind, and humble, in spite of being a great football player. In high school we did everything together. If there's a heaven and I think there is then dick is well spoken for. You have my deepest sympathy Judy and cousin Larry.

In closing, I'm crying my eyes out. Pat Mason