We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Vicchiarelli Funeral Home
Lois R. Dicesare (Pringle), of Lyndhurst, Ohio was born July 12, 1931 and passed away February, 1 2021. Lois tried so hard to make it to 90! Her legacy is LOVE! Love is an action and Lois' life was full of action. She was unselfish in every way, always caring for her family and friends. Adored by her surviving husband Norman of 63+ years. Life seems unimaginable without Lois. Their love story is one for the ages, a whirlwind courtship culminating in a cross country move to join Norman in California, they were married in Las Vegas at the Little Chapel of the West and resided in Hollywood. They had an awesome 1 year wedding anniversary gift, their first child Susan. Life brought them back to Cleveland and the family kept growing. Settling in Lyndhurst where they raised 5 children, Susan Longley (Keith), Patrick (Danielle), Laura Marotta (Anthony), Paul and Vince. Lois whose hugs were the best and most squishy - doted on them and her 8 grandchildren, Jennifer, Michael, Paul (aka Pooch, deceased) Hannah and Brent Dicesare, Johnna, Isabella and Sophia Marotta. Always available! She encouraged them in their life's pursuits and loved to cook for them! Mother In Law EMERITUS to Donna and Lauren Dicesare. An amazing cook and baker, they hosted countless Wednesday night dinners for over 30 years where family and friends came together, packed in her kitchen, gladly welcoming stragglers. Lois loved a game of cards with her friends, golfing at Orchard Hills with the Par-Tee league. She knew all the rules of golf and you best not violate them! Lois and Norman owned Master Pizza in Richmond Heights for 15 years, where she was the reigning Queen of MS. PAC-MAN game all the while helping run the business. They were caring employers to many. She came from great stock, the beloved daughter of Agnes (Sue) and Victor Pringle (both deceased); sister of Eugene (Stella) (both deceased), Ilene Ludvik (deceased) (Edward) and Gary (deceased) (Claudia). Grief is the last act of love we can give to those we loved. Where there is deep grief, there was GREAT LOVE." LIFE WILL NEVER BE THE SAME FOR US. All Services are private. Donations can be made in Lois' name to The Hospice of the Western Reserve 17876 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, OH 44110, who lovingly helped care for her in her final days.
Arrangements made by: Vicchiarelli Funeral Home.