George J. Pallotta Sr.


George J. Pallotta, Sr. born to Italian Immigrant parents on January 25, 1939, passed away peacefully, at the age of 82 in his home on February 1, 2021 with his family by his side. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of almost 60 years, Joyce Pallotta (nee Ferrini) . He was a loving, devoted father to his children, Dr. George J. Pallotta Jr., and Maryjo Hartman (Friedman). He was a cherished Papa to his grandchildren, Eric Hartman, Rachel Rees (Carl), Ellie Pallotta, Hannah Pallotta, David Hartman (Rose), Faith Hartman and the late Benjamin Hartman. He was a dear brother to Joe Pallotta (Josephine), Jack Pallotta (Marie) deceased, Frannie Melcher (Ralph) deceased, Jiggs Pallotta (Arlene) deceased, Hank Pallotta (Joan), Mary Simon (Sam) deceased. He was a loving uncle and friend to many others. He was a U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran who proudly served his country. He loved Jesus and served the Lord for many years in various ministries. He was a counselor, trusting friend, loving husband, father and Papa. He would help anyone who called in a moment’s notice. George and Joyce will be missed immensely. We will love you both forever!

There will be a private burial service at the Strongsville Cemetery and following that, a Celebration of Life Memorial Service on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Living Hope Church, 6288 Wooster Pike Road, Medina, OH 44256. Food will be provided.

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  1. Diane & Des Rees says:

    In the short time we knew George, we were always treated like a part of the family. His memories of his earlier life always kept us enthralled. We felt loved by both George and Joyce and will miss our visits to them whenever we come back over from the UK. We thank God for the joy and love they brought to all the family.

  2. George Pallotta Jr says:

    May He Rest. He touched many many lives with his kind words and generosity.

  3. George Pallotta Jr says:

    May He Rest. He touched many many lives with his kind words and generosity.

  4. Joe and Cindi Ferrini says:

    Your parents are missed so much by many and certainly by us. Your mom was the arm that directed and conducted what happened in Joe’s dental office, and he was forever grateful that she (at over age 40) learned to be his chairside assistant as well as office manager. She was a treasure as a sister more than anything! (As the sister-in-law; I can say she was a GEM!) George was always there for us, too! Insurance, plumbing, and ALWAYS a good new joke! It’s hard to put into a few words what they have meant to us, what they mean to others-still, and how much they are missed.