Thomas A. DeBiasio
August 17, 1929 – August 8, 2018
Thomas A. DeBiasio, 88, of Coventry, formerly of Silver Lake, passed away August 8, 2018. He was the husband of the late Josephine (Nardolillo) DeBiasio.
Born in Providence, a son of the late Giuseppe and Giovannina (Longo) DeBiasio.
Thomas was the father of Thomas M. DeBiasio, Paula M. Scungio and Toni A. Ledversis; grandfather of 7; great-grandfather of 3; brother of Joseph and Carmino DeBiasio and the late Mary Simone, Pasqualina “Lena” Cardullo, Barbara Pullano Wetzel, Louis DeBiasio, Anthony DeBiasio and William DeBiasio.
Mr. DeBiasio served in the U.S. Army Air Force during WWII. In his early days, he was a photographer and then later retired from the former Fleet Bank as a custodian, which was a job that he loved. He loved spending time with his family, especially on family picnics, was an avid N.Y. Yankees fan and loved peanuts.
His funeral will be held Tuesday at 9:00 am from the ROMANO FUNERAL HOME, 627 Union Avenue, Providence followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am in St. Bartholomew Church, 297 Laurel Hill Avenue, Providence. Burial with Military Honors to follow in St. Ann Cemetery. VISITATION MONDAY 5-8 PM.
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August 14, 2018
My dad, Blaise would sometimes talk about the fun times he had with your Dad, and that your dad was his best man at his wedding. I remember your mom and dad at my parents 50th anniversary. It was so nice to see them all together again. My parents and the rest of my family want to extend our condolences to Toni, Paula, and Tommy and family on your heartfelt loss. May he rest in peace.
Vera & Blaise Rossi and family
August 13, 2018
TO Uncle Tommy, rest in peace.......you always enjoyed going out with the brothers, nephews etc for some good Italian food...the struggle is over..Rest in Peace.
August 11, 2018
33 years I got to call you my grandfather, my lovable, gentle teddy bear. I’m heartbroken that you have been taken, but I will forever be grateful for the time we’ve had together and all the memories I have with you.
Family dinners were always a hoot lol we were a loud family, trying to talk wasn’t always easy as someone would always talk over us lol (I won’t mention any names). The tapping on the glasses with your silverware just to annoy gram was always a good laugh. Making your teeth fall out on purpose, knowing you were going to be called some name lol. There are so many more memories I could share, I just don’t have enough room.
Please watch over the family, and keep everyone strong. I know your up there with the love of your life and that makes my broken heart happy. Give gram a kiss for me 😘💔 I love you more than words! Until we meet again
August 11, 2018
May you rest and your family be at peace.. The last few months I spent taking care of you, you always had a smile on your face whether a good day or bad. Always brought laughter to my nights as it was a pleasure to take care of you. You have a great family and wish your daughters happiness as you rise above and spend eternity with God. God bless the dibiasio family. Xoxo
August 10, 2018
We had so many good memories but one of my favorites was when as a little girl I used to fall asleep on your lap watching tv. You would carry me to hed and tuck me in❤️.
We had so many good times and laughs throughout our life together. Your silliness was one of your best traits, and Jared and Jason loved that about you.
We spent a lot of time together these past couple of years. You had a tough time this year, and you were tired from the pain and now you are up in heaven with Nana and Mommy and everyone who has gone before you. Please watch over us and give Mom a hug and kiss from me. PS: I hope she’s not driving you crazy 😉
I will miss you so much💔 Until we meet again. I love you.
Toni Ann ❤️