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Goodbody Mortuary

5027 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA

OBITUARY

Edith Bianchi

November 5, 1916August 9, 2019

Edith Bianchi, age 102, of San Diego, California passed away on Friday August 9, 2019. Edith was born November 5, 1916 in Fromberg, Montana.

A rosary and funeral mass for Edith will be held Monday, August 19, 2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Saint Patrick Church, 3585 30th Street, San Diego, CA 92104.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.goodbodymortuary.com for the Bianchi family.

Services

  • Rosary and Funeral Mass Monday, August 19, 2019

Memories

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Annie Rossi

August 18, 2019

She wasn’t my “real” grandma but I didn’t know this as a child. My sister was married to her son Joe, but I always knew her as Grandma & I was often down the street playing at her house. I grew up loving her & I especially loved the plums that grew on her tree! She always loved talking with me when I came by & we shared a pot of tea... I will miss her being there on 28th St. What a lady!
You are one of a kind grandma Bianchi. May God bless you on your way to heaven & thanks for being part of my life.

Larry Asher

August 17, 2019

I lived by Edith Bianchi growing up in my teenage years, What a wonder lady she is, she seemed to always be positive and happy I think that has a lot to do with her long life. She surely will be missed.
I always would think of here driving by the old neighborhood.

Deb Goodbody (Obolensky)

August 16, 2019

Our tiny one-block neighborhood in North Park, within 28th Street & Granada Ave, south of Palm, was the whole world for me from less than 3 years old until going away to college. We played in the street, or the canyon, or the alley. Our families were so intertwined it often felt like one big family - or, at the very least, a strong extended family, living just next door, or across the street, or across the alley. We respected our fathers, and loved and revered our mothers. Over time we lost our fathers, our mothers (and sisters & brothers). I believe Mrs. Bianchi may be the last of our mothers to join the angels in heaven. I am sending love & hugs to all the family, especially, Gene, my dear friend, I cry to think of your loss. May God send angels to surround you all with loving arms, though these will never replace the arms of your mother. Our mothers are united again with family gone to heaven before them, and I hope to join all these precious family again when my time comes.
Love, Deb Goodbody