January 12, 1929 ~ January 25, 2021

Born in: Rochester , NY
Resided in: Gates , NY

Greece: Monday, January 25, 2021. Predeceased by her husband, Louis DiMartino; sister, Rosemary Tomassi. Survived by her children, Ronald (Judy) DiMartino and Donna (Bruce) Rowland; her grandchildren, Andy (Laney) DiMartino, Michele Tomaselli (Drew), Sean (Cheryl) Rowland, Eric (Jaclynn) Rowland and Cory (Nicole) Rowland; great-grandchildren, Dominic and Angelina, Gianna and Mia, Shayla and Liliana; special nieces, Barbara Alberts and Alicia Valerie; special nephew, Jeffrey Kridel; many dear friends. Nothing made her happier than being surrounded by her family. The family wishes to thank the staff at St. John’s Nursing Home and Crimson Ridge Meadows especially, Dina and Rachel for all their caring and support.

No prior calling. Her Celebration of life will be held in the future. Private Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.


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  1. We will miss you so much You were the most wonderful aunt ever. Thank you for taking such good care of me You were my second mother. We all you

  2. My sincere condolences Donna and Bruce and your family.She certainly loved her family and you all were a blessing to her.

  3. Had the pleasure of taking care of Jean at Crimson Ridge. She was a feisty lady but that made me love her even more. She will be greatly missed. My prayers go out to Donna and family. God Bless you all Love, Dina

  4. Donna, Ron and Family,
    So sorry for your loss. Mom always kept me on my toes! I loved every minute of taking care of her. Thank you for trusting us at Crimson Ridge. The days are not the same without her. You will always be part of the Crimson Ridge Family.
    Love Rachel

  5. Donna, Ron and Family,
    So sorry for your loss. She was a tough cookie and kept me on my toes. I loved every minute of taking care of mom. Thank you for trusting Crimson Ridge. She will be forever missed here. My days aren’t the same without her. She definitely left her mark with us. You will always be part of the Crimson Ridge Family.
    Love , Rachel

  6. Aunt Jean was loved by all the children she “raised”, their children, and their grandchildren. She will never be replaced, but will remain in our hearts and memories.
    Love, Ann Lapine

  7. To all of “Aunt” Jean’s family:
    I have known this most loving, caring, nurturing, funny, and feisty woman since I was six years old, 65 of my 71 years. I will love her for the rest of my life, and will be forever grateful that she was a part of it.
    I love you all,
    Carla Provenzano

  8. Ron, Judy and Family
    I remember for many years seeing Jean at every family event. She had a great respect for the Mitrano family and showed up for all weddings, parties and funerals.She was a beautiful lady that loved her children and grandchildren and had a great zest for life. Rest in peace Jean
    My sympathy goes out to all the DiMartino family.

  9. Jean, when It came to your family you were always there for us.. I will never forget our tea parties for me and Barb ,You took such good care of us… you will be missed. Cathy & Bart

  10. I have too many memories to count….most of them from my childhood; all of them wonderful. We lived across the street from each other; Donna and I became best friends. I spent so much time at their house, enjoyed so many meals with them, laughed and cried with them over so many of life’s little daily things. Jean (I always called her Mrs. DiMartino) was a spitfire….and, I confess, she scared me a little bit when I was a child….but in a good way. She was sassy, bold, and always spoke her mind. You just couldn’t help but love her. It was a great honor to know her, and I look forward to seeing her again. I’ll be sure to keep her memory alive in my heart and alongside her family.

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