Barbara A. DiGiacomo, 67 died on July 31, 2013 surrounded by her family.
She was born in Derby, CT on February 14, 1946, and moved to the Gainesville area in 1972. She was a Senior Account Specialist for Environmental Consulting Technology Inc.
Barbara was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Alfred L. DiGiacomo, Jr. in 2011, and her mother Lottie B. Siemietkowski in 2003,
She is survived by her three children, Lisa M. and her husband Thomas McDonald, Aaron P. and his wife, Michelle and Alfred “Fred”, as well as granddaughters, Emily and Courtney McDonald.
Graveside Funeral Services for Mrs. DiGiacomo will be held on Saturday, August 10, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at Forest Meadows Memorial Park East, Military Garden of Honor.
In Lieu of Flowers Expressions of Sympathy may be made to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, www.komeg.org
So sorry for you loss. Your Mother was a good-hearted person and I cared about her a great deal.
I did not know Barbara very well as I met her only when she called for the bingo group on Tuesdays at the clubhouse. We like each other but never knew one another since I lived at the end of the street.
I had no idea her physical health was that serious. So sorry that it had to happen to such a young person.
I worked with Barbara for almost 15 years and I have never met a stronger person. She went through so much and just kept working. We will miss her very much but not as much as her family and those two sweet granddaughters of hers. I am so sorry for your loss but maybe she has taught you all about what strength is. We can be happy she won’t suffer any longer.
I join with others at Millhopper Pines in sending my sympathy to your family. My apartment was the one you visited prior to Barbara moving here. Your Mother was a delight to know and highly thought of here at Milhopper. I will miss seeing her. Prayerfully, Opal
Lisa…so sorry for your loss, know that I am praying for your strength through this time. I know how very hard this is.
My heart goes out to your family for loss of your mother. May God grant you peace and strength. Acts 24:15 says that “there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” We look forward to that time with you. Deepest sympathies.