Clement C. “Clem” Ginocchio
Clement C. “Clem” Ginocchio, age 88, a longtime resident of Naperville, IL, passed away peacefully, at home, on October 12, 2021. He was born on May 29, 1933 in Oak Park, IL, to the late Margaret and Henry Ginocchio.
Clement is survived by his wife Milly Kay (nee Falke) Ginocchio, children Antoinette Ginocchio, Kathleen (Joseph) Kauzlarich, Michael (Kathleen) Ginocchio and Mary (Joseph) Marley; grandchildren Patrick (Christine) Schaberg, Kristin (Justin) Anderson, Joseph (Amanda) Kauzlarich, Nicholas (Elizabeth) Schaberg, Michael Ginocchio, Mary Beth Marley, Margaret Ginocchio and Matthew Marley, six great grandchildren and brother-in-law Terence (Christy) Falke.
Clem graduated from Oak Park High School and went on to a long career in the electrical supply business, including owning his own business, G & H Electrical Supply in Naperville, IL. He was an exceptionally kind, generous, patient husband and father who always put his family first. He was a friend to everyone who came his way and could be relied to help out friends or family whenever and wherever they needed him – helping his family and friends meant everything to Clem.
Memorial Services Sunday October 17, 2021 at 2 P.M. at Cappetta’s West Suburban Funeral Home & Cremation Services 39 N. Cass Ave., Westmont. Visitation Sunday from 1-3 P.M. Interment private. For those wishing to leave a lasting gift in Clem’s memory, a tribute gift can be made to littlefriendsinc.org, a non-profit organization that he faithfully supported.
- Memorial Services
- Sunday, October 17, 2021
- 02:00 PM
- Cappetta's West Suburban Funeral Home & Cremation Services 39 North Cass Avenue Westmont, Illinois 60559
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Auntie Milly and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Uncle Clem was such a selfless man. We weren’t able to visit a lot due to the miles between us, but when we did we sure enjoyed it. I remember fondly of our visits where he made me feel important and he was genuinely interested in us and what we were up to. A very caring Uncle. RIP Uncle Clem. 🙏❤️