OBITUARY

Fontina Henry

July 7, 1928October 15, 2020

Fontina R.(DiChito) Henry, 92, of Dayton, passed away Thursday October 15, 2020 in London Health and Rehabilitation. She was born July 7, 1928 in Dayton, Ohio.

She is survived by her children, Mike (Linda) Asher, Pat Asher, Mary (Roy) Brown; and grandchildren, Christopher Asher, Michelle Beverly, Dan (Kristina) Thomas, Christina and Amy Asher; six great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and sister-in-law, Lucia DiChito.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Marietta DiChito; sister Catherine Joefreda; brothers, Anthony, James, Cosmos and Damien DiChito; nephew, Frank DiChito, and husband, Travis (Mike) Asher.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Mary Brown

October 20, 2020

Thank you Mary for your fond memories. I know mom loved you both. She was a very special mom and loved her family. Mary Ann

Mary Suttles

October 20, 2020

My memories of Tina are from childhood. My brother, Matt, and I lived with her mother and father, our grandparents, for quite a while during my mother's illness.
We were the three musketeers, and I fondly remember our camaraderie. She was like my big sister, but in fact she was my aunt. I loved her.
May you rest in piece and enjoy heaven.
Your niece, Mary Catherine (Joefreda) Suttles

Tiffany Morris

October 18, 2020

Aunt Tina, your beautiful smile and comedic presence will never be forgotten. I'll always remember growing up with you around on Woodbridge.
Love always,
Tiffany
(Your brother Tony's granddaughter)

Mary Brown

October 18, 2020

Love this picture...look at those smiles🤗

Mary Brown

October 18, 2020

Mom
It really hasn't sunk in yet. I knew it was coming. Love

Mary Brown

October 17, 2020

Mom and Aunt Lucy 2nd. Street Dayton

Mary DiChito

October 17, 2020

My Aunt Tina was a wonderful lady with a razor sharp wit and honest to a fault clarity in her views of the world.
She was warm, loving and genuinely kind.
I can never forget her comical collaborations with her 2 sisters-in-law, Lucy and Jay. They were a close threesome that enjoyed the constant practical jokes brought on by her absolute favorite brother, Jim, and my dad, Tony, who was a close second.
There was never a dull party when Tina visited the Woodbridge or Redder house, or on their multitude of weekend outings.
My mother, Lucy (Lucia) still recounts the precious stories she can never forget of the girl who was more like a sister, whom she literally grew up with just 2 houses away on 2nd Street.

Thank you, Tina, for giving us so much joy and for blessing our lives.
Rest in Peace 💕
your niece, Mary

Mary Brown

October 16, 2020

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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