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Babione Funeral Home

10060 Calle Comercio Drive, Boca Raton, FL

OBITUARY

JAMES V DIMINO

September 4, 1923June 27, 2019
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JAMES V DIMINO was born on September 4, 1923 in Brooklyn, NY and passed away on June 27, 2019.

  • FAMILY

  • Bridget Guzzi, Daughter
  • Robert Guzzi, Son-in-law
  • Louise Picarelli, Daughter
  • Jimmy Picarelli, Son-in-law

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, July 2, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Memories

JAMES V DIMINO

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Madeline Deluca

June 29, 2019

I remember Jimmy & Judy coming up to the Poconos & we would all get together. Those were some happy days spent laughing & having the best time. Jimmy was an amazing husband & father. He will always be forever young in my mind. RIP with your love.

JoAnn Okin

June 29, 2019

My friend Alyce & I went to visit Aunt Judy & Uncle Jimmy when we were in Boca about 25 yrs ago & I remember Aunt Judy made us a 4 course meal. We got such a nice welcome from them & a delicious dinner. They also took us to eat another day & we saw Andre Agassi at the next table. Such a fun memory.

vincent dimino

June 29, 2019

My fun memory , with Uncle Jimmy and Aunt Judy was when I was at Louise and Jimmy's house in Bay Ridge, one summer in the backyard telling jokes (embarrassing jokes) that Aunt Judy got a kick out of because , I reminded her of my father a little bit . as I'm telling the jokes and aunt Judy is rolling on the floor and Uncle Jimmy is a little embarrassed telling me , Vince! that's enough Vince! Aunt Judy hitting Uncle Jimmy on the side shoulder while she's laughing her head off... it was a great day and I'm glad Uncle Jimmy and Aunt Judy are together again and I'm happy for the both of them.... God bless them all and I'm going to miss both of you . amen.

Bridget Dimino

June 29, 2019

Uncle Jimmy & Aunt Judy were my Godparents and all my life they loved me & made me feel special. I especially remember all the conversations with Uncle Jimmy. We had rousing talks & lots of laughter. Mostly I remember the feeling of being loved and I loved him. Remembering he and his beloved wife “Hon” (short for honey) are finally together in heaven & that is a lovely thought!

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Karen Santo

June 29, 2019

I know this feeling all to well. What keeps a smile on my face is knowing that the person we lost was one of the most amazing people I knew. My uncle jimmy always made everyone feel welcome. His smile is what I remember most. He was always smiling. He always made me feel loved. I was lucky to have him in my life. Say hello to everyone as I know with your smile you are telling everyone that all is well down here.
Xoxo
Karen

FROM THE FAMILY

Dad Mass card and first picture

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Grandma and Dads sisters

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Saluti

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Dad’s father Vincenzo

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Dad Mass card and first picture

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Grandma and Dads sisters

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Saluti

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Dad’s father Vincenzo

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La Familigia

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Happy Birthday Papa

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Love that smile!

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Uncle Jimmy