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Georgia Diniaco, daughter of the late Spero and Rita Nicholas, peacefully surrendered to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on March 8, 2018. Georgia was beloved and blessed by her dear husband and buddy, Marcus, of 59 years. She will be eternally loved by her son, Phillip Diniaco and his wife, Andrea, of Erie, PA; her son, Steven Diniaco of The Woodlands, TX; and her daughter, Stellani Coleman and her husband, Christopher, of McMurray, PA. She is also loved forever for her kindness, compassion and support by her grandchildren: Marcus, Athan, Dimitri and Sophia Diniaco; and Eleni and Christian Coleman, as they all gave her many cherished memories of joy and laughter.
Georgia is survived by her brother, Gus Nicholas, his wife, Amalia, nephew Spero and his family along with her dear cousin, Nick Nicholas and his wife, Sandy, and all of her other caring cousins who are too many to mention.
Georgia’s ultimate happiness in life was being together with Marcus as they were able to raise their children, witness their beautiful grandchildren mature, enjoy their dear family and meaningful friends.
Family and friends will be received at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, 123 Gilkeson Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15228, Sunday, March 11, 2018, 3-8pm. Trisagion Service at 7:00pm. Additional visitation will be held Monday, 10-11am. Services will be held Monday, at 11am, in Holy Cross Church, with Father Michael Kallaur, Father George Livanos and Father Dragan Filipovic, officiating. Entombment will follow in the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Pittsburgh.
Arrangements entrusted to Sollon Funeral and Cremation Services, Ltd., 30 E. College St., Canonsburg, PA, 15317, 724-746-1000, Phillip L. Sollon, Supervisor, J. David Sollon, Director.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly suggests memorial contributions be made to the All Saints Greek Orthodox Church Philoptochos; Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church Youth Programs; Nativity of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Monastery in Saxonburg, PA; The Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City; the Dr. Nathan Bahary Research Foundation at Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh; or the St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Huntington West Virginia, 25701; in Georgia’s name.