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DEL GIORNO

DEL GIORNO

Dr. Thomas G. Jr. passed on May 17, 2020.
He was a dedicated and respected physician to the South Philadelphia Community for 30 years until his retirement.
Devoted husband of Sandra (nee Geria) Del Giorno.
Beloved brother of the late Dr. John Del Giorno. Brother in law of Mary Del Giorno, Leonard (Linda) Geria, Maria (Frank) Argenzio, and Dr. Michael (Cathy) Geria.
Loving uncle of Dr. Thomas (Julie) Del Giorno, Dr. Joseph Del Giorno, Dr. Charles (Angelee) Del Giorno, Dr. Tamara (Marc) Fisicaro, Dr John Del Giorno, Michele (Joseph) Barry, Leonard (Kim) Geria, Stephen (Jennifer) Geria, and Monica (Joey Robinson) Argenzio.
Viewing Thursday 9:00am at St. Monica Church, 17th and Ritner Sts.
Funeral Mass 11:30am.
Int. Private.
In lieu of flowers donations to St. Monica Church would be appreciated.
A memorial celebration in Dr. Del Giorno’s honor will held in the future. Please check www.stolfofuneralhome.com for a date.

7 Comments

  • Sharon conwY May 19, 2020 2:49 pm

    I have very fond memories of Tommy he had a great personality and I was so happy that he was my Doctor early on. I offer my deepest condolences to you Sandy and to your family and may he rest in peace with God.

  • Mary Ann Przybylski May 19, 2020 9:08 pm

    RIP TOMMY he and Sandy helped jump start my career as a nurse. I worked with him in clinics in the early part of my career. He was a never ending support for my family on Bancroft street. He was devoted to his patients and was a doctor who excelled in not only in medicine as a science but as an art!! So sorry for your loss Sandy. ! My deepest sympathy!

  • Eileen Barone May 19, 2020 11:29 pm

    Tommy will be missed. He was a family friend to us since the late 70’s. His office wa she told for to our house. God bless him and his family. He did so much good for others , especially those in the neighborhood. He will be greatly missed.
    Love u always!
    Prayers 🙏🙏

  • Frank “Moose” Marciante May 21, 2020 12:36 pm

    My Deepest Sympathies to Sandy and Tommy’s entire family. I remember Tommy from our days at Marconi Plaza, (he was known as The Human Muscle), throwing watermelons at Robideau, seeing him at WHAT/WWDB for his radio show, and then being his friend and patient during all of the years since. What a unique individual. My life is better for having known him for all these many years. Though I can not join you today I will look to pay respects at the future Memorial celebration. I loved the man. May he rest in peace.

  • Mary Ellen BOGACKI May 22, 2020 1:37 am

    WHAT A WONDERFUL ‘ GENTLE ” GENTLEMAN. DOC MADE EVERYONE FEEL SAFE AND LOVED. HIS QUICK WIT , HIS WRITINGS , BROUGHT SO MUCH JOY AND LAUGHTER. HE WAS ONE OF THE NICEST PERSON WITH SO MUCH LOVING -KINDNESS . HE MADE THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE FOR EVERYONE HE TOUCHED MY HEART . LOVE AND PRAYERS TO SANDY, DOC”S BEST FRIEND AND HIS FOREVER LOVE. WE WILL ALWAYS BE BE GRATEFUL FOR TOM AND SANDY’S KINDNESS AND UNDERSTANDING AND LOVE, SO MUCH LOVE,
    MARK AND MARY ELLEN

  • Jay H Joseph, D.O. May 23, 2020 5:11 pm

    Dear Sandy,,
    My sincere condolence to you and all your extended family members on Tom’s
    passing. It is always most difficult to lose a spouse, at any age.
    Tommy was a most outstanding physician. He had a wealth of medical knowledge,
    and a great amount of compassion and caring for all his patients during his years
    of practice. I was personally most fortunate to have been able to work with him.
    The two of you were a super combo.
    Please stay well , strong, and careful.
    My best to you,
    Jay

  • Tom Cardella May 25, 2020 1:58 pm

    Dr. Tom was a friend as much as physician to me. I will pay tribute to him in my upcoming column in the South Philly Review scheduled to be [published on June 3rd. Loved you, Doc.

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