Bosco, Grace Marie (nee. Yanni) |?-2013|
East Liverpool Review
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
EAST LIVERPOOL – Grace Marie Yanni Bosco, of South Hollywood Drive, died Monday evening, May 27, 2013, at home. She was 82.
Born in East Liverpool, she was a daughter of the late Louis and Laura Aloi Yanni. A homemaker and mother, for many years she worked along with her husband at Ralph’s Pizza in East End and downtown East Liverpool.
A member of the former St. Ann’s Parish, she was instrumental in starting the church’s soup kitchen with Father Gibas in 1988 and volunteered as the cook for many years serving over 80,000 meals. She was also a member of the church’s Alter and Rosary Society and the Guild.
Her husband, Ralph Bosco Sr., survives at home. The couple married June 19, 1954.
A daughter survives, Joni M. Volino, and her husband Ron, of East Liverpool; as well as three sons, Ralph A. Bosco Jr., and his wife Brenda, of Newell, David M. Bosco, and his wife Michael, of Weatherford, Texas, and John C. Bosco of Newell.
There are six grandchildren: Chelsea Bosco, Nicholas Volino, Alexis Volino, Katelyn Bosco, Michaela Volino and Johnna Bosco.
Three brothers survive, Anthony Yanni of East Liverpool, John Yanni, and his wife Kay, of East Liverpool, and Steve Yanni of Florida; along with her sister-in-law Sandra Estell, and her husband Bob; and her brothers-in-law Vic Bosco, and his wife Barb, Rick Steed, and his wife Edith, and Don Steed, and his wife Sheila.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister Deloris Yanni.
Friends may visit Thursday afternoon and evening at the Dawson Funeral Home where the family will be present from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Fr. Eric Antwi of Sacred Heart Church will conduct a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Friday at the church.
Burial will be at Columbiana County Memorial Park.
Following the service, family and friends will gather at the Dawson Family Center for fellowship.
View Mrs. Bosco’s memorial webpage and send condolences online at http://www.dawsonfuneralhome.com
Contributed by Jackson Edward Wilson