Geraldine M. Todaro

August 4, 1944July 1, 2018

Geraldine (Gerry) M. Todaro, 73, of Canton, passed away on July 1st in Massillon, Ohio. Gerry was born in Cleveland, Ohio on August 4, 1944 to Michael and Daniela Marolt of Ohio. She was retired from Stark State College. Gerry enjoyed her family, her 4 cats, reading, cooking and gardening. She was known for treating everyone as family, for being creative, for being generous and supporting many non-profits close to her heart. Along with her parents, Gerry joins her Uncle Laddie, and Auntie Ann. She leaves to cherish her memory; children, Sandra (Kurt) Hilty, Patrick (Lucy) Todaro and Michael (Naomi) Todaro; grandchildren; Bria'na, Jordan, Lona, Caiden and Fiona; greatgrandchild, Camdyn; sister, Fran (Ken) Bruening; and neice Deby (John) Cort. She will be missed by many dear friends. Visitation will be held on Saturday, August 4 from 9-11am with a memorial service and luncheon to follow at Karlo-Libby Funeral Home, 5000 Everhard Road NE, Canton, Ohio 44718. Memorial donations can be made in Gerry's name to Stark State Foundation. To leave an online condolence to the family, please visit our website at


4 August

Memorial Service

Karlo-Libby Funeral Home

Canton, Ohio


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Sandy Cassens

July 9, 2018

Dear Sandy
My condolences on the loss of your Mother. She was a talented and artistic lady. She was always friendly to your fellow Plain Center parents.
Sandy Cassens

Paul & Leanne Asmus

July 8, 2018

Mike, Naomi and the Todaro Family

Sorry to hear of your Mothers passing
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers

Eileen Kicken

July 6, 2018

I worked with Gerry for several years at Stark State. Her favorite holiday was Halloween and she decorated her office accordingly—year round. She was so much fun!

Ann Carpenter Szalay

July 4, 2018

Mike, Pat and Sandy, I knew the three of you the best, so I am so very sorry for you for the loss of your mother. I know how much of a role she played in your lives. She always talked about you. She was like a second mother to me while I knew her, so I can only imagine the loss that you feel. I'm sure she is in heaven sitting on a big white puffy cloud watching down over all of you. You may want to think that you can always talk to her by looking for her on a white puffy cloud, for I'm sure when you need her, she will always be there. Ann Szalay