Matthew Henry DiGirolamo
July 31, 1952 - November 25, 2012
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Matthew H. DiGirolamo, 60, passed away on November 25, 2012, from the consequences of several severe illnesses. Born on July 31, 1952, to John L. DiGirolamo and Margaret H. DiGirolamo, he is survived by sisters Cecilia D. Carraway and Marian D. Jordan, and brothers Louis J. DiGirolamo and John T. DiGirolamo, along with four nephews…

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John Louis DiGirolamo left a message on September 9, 2019:
Uncle Matt, I never had the opportunity to get to know you, but the few times I got to hang out with you meant a lot to me. I know you are at peace now. Hope to see you again some day. Your nephew Johnny D
Wayne Lusk left a message on November 27, 2012:
My sympathy to my friends in losing Matt.
Julia Gaskill left a message on November 27, 2012:
Louis and family, sorry to hear of Matt's passing. You are in our thoughts. Keith & Julia Gaskill
Karen and Jeffrey Bauguess left a message on November 27, 2012:
To my Uncle Matt, I am so sorry you left us so soon, and at the same time I feel at peace knowing you are no longer suffering as you have for so many years. I will miss your fiesty personality and your complete sillyness. I have found over the years we had a lot in common and I never shared my thoughts with you on that, but I really enjoyed your company when we did have the time to have our little debates. I loved how neat and organized you were and how nice you always took care of what little you had. You impressed me for many other reasons, although you never knew it. Will miss you and I will keep close to me all the photos of you when you tried to block your face from the camera...say hi to Nana for me and see you again one day. Love K and J
Karen and Jeffrey Bauguess left a message on November 27, 2012:
To my Uncle Matt, I am so sorry you left us so soon, and at the same time I feel at peace knowing you are no longer suffering as you have for so many years. I will miss your fiesty personality and your complete sillyness. I have found over the years we had a lot in common and I never shared my thoughts with you on that, but I really enjoyed your company when we did have the time to have our little debates. I loved how neat and organized you were and how nice you always took care of what little you had. You impressed me for many other reasons, although you never knew it. Will miss you and I will keep close to me all the photos of you when you tried to block your face from the camera...say hi to Nana for me and see you again one day. Love K and J
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James T. Walker Jimmy left a message on November 27, 2012:
Louie, so sorry you and your family lost Matt. I hadn't seen him since he was 16. It sounds as if he did a lot of suffering for quite a while. His pain has ended now is the time to remember the good times, I'm sure there were many. My "Dad" also died at 60 after enduring years of pain. I lost him in '76 and miss him every day. I hope everyone else is in good health. Tell Carol, Marian and Johnny "HELLO" for me. You are in my thoughts and prayers. wish you all a lonnnnnng and happy life.
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