Richard D’Amore

Born: 05/15/1943 Passed:

Richard D’Amore, 76, passed away Saturday, December 28, 2019. He was born in Union Town, PA on May 15, 1943. The family relocated to Ohio when he was young, where he spent the rest of his life living in various cities in the greater Cleveland area. He was an avid Cleveland sports fan and loved spending time outdoors when he was younger. He loved spending time with his family, but most of all he loved being a Papa to 13 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. They were the light and love of his life and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with all of them.

Preceded in death by his father Richard and his mother Martha.

He is survived by his loving wife of 30 years Christine (Jancsi), his brother Bob (Irene); daughters Pam (Brian-Deceased), Angie (Darrell), Lauren (Greg); sons Scott (Donna), Chuckie (Shannon); grandchildren, Aja (Jason), Ciara (Kris), Brianna, Marissa, Emily, Abigail, Zachary, Hayden, Charlie, Fiona, Phinneas, Lincoln, Everhett; great-grandchildren Rylan and Daxton; nieces, nephews and countless friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, January 4, 2020, at the Independence Civic Center, 6363 Selig Drive, Independence, Ohio 44131 from 12 PM-4 PM. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
800-864-2295

5 Tributes to Richard D’Amore

  1. Jim Barth says:

    Rich
    You will be greatly missed. Always loved the time I had to spend with you.
    Chris and Family,
    You are in our prayers, we will always have great memories spent with families. Wish I could be there for you all. God bless
    Coach and Kasey

  2. Sally Ruby says:

    I remember when you all lived in the Burgh. You took a trip to Cleveland for the weekend and all us Murdock neighbors decorated your house with Pittsburgh Steelers decorations. It was soo funny the look on your faces. You were a great guy. We will miss you! Sally Ruby

  3. Valerie says:

    I will miss you with all my heart and soul. My heart hurts but I know now you are with the Angels.

    Your sister in law

  4. Robert windom says:

    My condolences to the D’ Amore family.

  5. Jeff Carson says:

    I’m just glad that I had a chance to stop and say hi to my old boss and friend and his wife Chris. I remember when he hired me at Forest City. He had a plaque that read, YCDBSOYA. When I was new at the store he asked me if I knew what that said. No sir I replied. He told me, “ you can’t do business sitting on your ass.” I believe that he lived by that.

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