Guy M. Nicoletti

August 1, 1928 - October 6, 2021
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Guy M. Nicoletti age 93, of Cridersville and formerly of Greensburg, PA passed away 12:10 a.m., Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at Lima Memorial. He was born August 1, 1928 in Italy to the late Joseph and Enrica (Capizzano) Nicoletti. He married Nada L. Luti in 1959, she survives in Cridersville.
Guy had been a professor at the university of Pittsburg, Greensburg and belonged to the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral in Greensburg as well. He had served on the church council, was past president of the local Rotary club and a member of IEEE.
Additional survivors include daughters: Lucie (David) Biddinger of Lima and Elise A. Nicolette of Fresno, CA; 6 grandchildren: Ashley (Tom) Bush, Molly (Stephen Karns) Albertson, Melanie (Jamie Rowe) Albertson, Timothy Albertson, Jr., Kristin and Caleb Brill; 3 great grandchildren: Colin and Caylee Bush and Katherine Karns and a close cousin Mary Kay Garofalo of Peach Tree City, GA.
The family will have a mass 11:00 a.m., Friday, October 8, 2021 at St. Gerard’s Catholic Church, Lima with Father Paul Kuzhimannil officiating. Entombment will be in Gethsemani Cemetery, Lima, Ohio.
Memorial contributions may be given to West Moreland County Food Bank or the Putnam County Hospice.

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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, October 7, 2021

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc.


311 West Main Street, Cridersville, OH, 45806

Service Information

Date: Friday, October 8, 2021

Time: 11:00 am

St. Gerard's Catholic Church


240 West Robb Avenue, Lima, OH,


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Born: August 1, 1928
July 20, 2021
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93rd Birthday Celebration
July 10, 2020
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92nd Birthday Celebration
July 28, 2018
90th Birthday Celebration
90th Birthday Celebration
July 29, 2019
91st Birthday Celebration
91st Birthday Celebration
July 12, 2017
89th Birthday Celebration Dad (and 90th for Mom) at Home
89th Birthday Celebration  Dad (and 90th for Mom) at Home
July 19, 2016
88th Birthday Gift for Daddy
88th Birthday Gift for Daddy
July 25, 2015
87th/88th Birthday Celebration for Daddy and Mom
87th/88th Birthday Celebration for Daddy and Mom
Died: October 6, 2021

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Elise Nicoletti posted on 1/2/22

Daddy …I miss you so much. I could not stop the destruction of your beautiful home that you built for your family, but I thank you for all the memories …Good and challenging. You worked so hard and sacrificed so much; I love you, Daddy. I know that you are always with me, and I am so sorry for what happened so soon after your death. I look forward to seeing you in our eternal home someday. Rest In Peace. I left my rose for you. 🙏🏻🕊💕


Robert and Judith Koveleskie posted on 11/14/21

Nada, Our deepest sympathy. Guy was a very special man and we will miss seeing you at BSC. We are still isolating because of the pandemic and didn't realize that you had moved. May God grant you comfort and peace.


Mary Kay Simon posted on 11/3/21

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Karen Antoniak posted on 10/13/21

Dearest Nada, Lucille, Elise, and all of Guy’s wonderful family who he was so very proud of, I extend my heartfelt sympathy & love to all of you on the passing of Guy. I have been so abundantly blessed to be able to call Guy and Nada my dear friends. I had the privilege of working at Pitt-Greensburg for 33 years which provided me with the opportunity for my friendship with Guy to grow over the years. He was a most gracious and kind man. Prior to my employment at Pitt-Greensburg, I attended Business Careers Institute in Greensburg where I met and had Nada for a couple of secretarial classes. I kept in touch with them over all these years and my life has been tremendously blessed through my friendship with them. I know without any doubt that the Lord welcomed him with, ‘Well done my good & faithful servant” and will be holding all his loved ones in the palm of His hands during this heartbreaking time. Lifting all of you up in my prayers. Karen & Curtis Antoniak


Eric Kocian posted on 10/12/21

The Nicoletti family remain in our thoughts and prayers. Our day was always made brighter when we had an opportunity to speak with Guy and I am surely a better man and professional having been blessed with countless lessons he taught me on and off campus. God Bless You Always +


Putnam Co Hospice posted on 10/12/21

The Staff of Putnam County Hospice sends our deepest sympathy for your loss. We will keep Guy and all his family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.


the Whatules posted on 10/12/21

Dear Nada, Lucille, and Elise, We were so sorry to read of Guy's passing. We were not aware that you had moved. We think of you when we drive past your McLaughlin home, and often say "Hi Guy, Hi Nada." Even though you no longer live there I am sure we will continue to think of you. God bless you all. With our sympathy, Larry, Rita, and Stephanie


Katrina Brown posted on 10/11/21

I am so sorry to all of you for your loss. When I first started teaching at Pitt-Greensburg, I worked with Guy. He always had a smile for everyone, and never an unkind word about anyone. I still think of him often and feel blessed to have known him. You will be in my prayers.


Barb Barnhart posted on 10/11/21

I am sorry to learn of Dr. Nicoletti's passing. I always enjoyed our interactions at Pitt Greensburg. Your family has my deepest sympathies.


Clara posted on 10/11/21

Dear Nada, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I read Guy's obituary on Friday and am surprised he died in Ohio. I understand that you are now living there. I would very much like to speak with you. Here is my phone number 724-863-4053. Sincerely, Clara


Sally Brown posted on 10/9/21

I was so sorry to see Dr. Nicoletti's obituary in yesterday's Tribune Review. I remember him with his daughters and German Shepherd at the track behind the high school when I was starting my running attempts. He was so encouraging to me for which I'm very grateful. He was such a good man. My condolences to the family. Sally Brown


Sandra Robinson Kkuch posted on 10/9/21

Nada Nicolette, Fond rememberances of you as my teacher at West Newton High School. Please accept my condolences at the loss of your husband. We In West Newton remember you fondly . Sandra Robinson Kuch. Hard to believe we graduated in 1957.


DAVID RIDILLA posted on 10/9/21

Lucille, Mrs. Nicolette, Elise & family, I am so sorry for your loss and you all have my deepest sympathy. My dad passed away 19 months ago so I can relate to what you are going through right now. Your father was an amazing and honorable man. Lucie, I truly believe that God put you and your family in my life at that time for a reason…I will never forget coming to your house to take you out on a date and your father stepping in. He pulled me aside for most of the evening and explained the importance of a college education. He had graphs and charts and a very well prepared speech to talk me out of tech school and into college. I don’t know this for a fact but I truly believe that he pulled a few strings to get me accepted to University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. I now have an MBA and I contribute much of my success in life to your dad. I am sure that many of his UPG students contribute much of their success to him also. I pray that God blesses each of you with an abundance of peace and comfort during this difficult time. I also pray that our dads will have the opportunity to reunite in heaven with God saying, “Well done my good and faithful servants.” There is a very beautiful song by Casting Crowns called “Scars in Heaven” that you can listen to on YouTube…I know that you love your father just like I do mine so you will probably cry like I did. May his souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. God Bless You All!!!


Helen Sitler posted on 10/8/21

Lucille and Elise, my heart grieves for you over the loss of your father. Wishing you peace.


Lucie Biddinger posted on 10/7/21

Dear Daddy, I'll be seeing you In all the old familiar places That this heart of mine embraces All day through In that small cafe The park across the way The children's carousel The chestnut tree The wishing well I'll be seeing you In every lovely summer's day In everything that's right and gay I'll always think of you that way I'll find you in the morning sun And when the night is new I'll be looking at the moon But I'll be seeing you Your Daughter, Lucia