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October 15, 1929 - August 30, 2021

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Heart Association (www.heart.org) or the Moffit Cancer Center in Tampa (www.moffit.org). We thank you for your love, prayers and support; words will never express our love and gratitude.

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With profound sadness and great thankfulness for all the blessed years our family announces the passing of Yolanda Baldi DeBianchi, 91 years old. Beloved and devoted wife to Victor Paul DeBianchi, Sr., the love of her life married over 73 years, who predeceased. Beloved and devoted mother to Paul and his wife Valerie, daughter Yolanda “Loni” and her husband Gordon, son Victor, Jr., Loving grandmother to Jessica and her husband Amir, Samantha and her husband Tony, Brent, Victor III, Geraldine, Maria and Antonia and great children Paul, Robbie, Isabel and Domenic; and by Diedre and Matt, Danny and Justine, Diana and Ryan and their children Hayden, Hudson, Preston, Piper, Paxton, Parker, Pierson and Greysen. An obedient and loving daughter to her parents Anthony and Mary and daughter-in-law to Paul and Pompillia who predeceased. Loving sister to Gloria and Marie who survive and Eleanor, Anthony and Richard who predeceased. Loving sister in law to Linda, Edith and Josephine who survive and all who predeceased. Beloved Aunt to many nieces and nephews too many to name whom she loved as much as they loved her; a great friend to all who knew her. Member of Civil Air Patrol (CAPS) during World War II; helper to her parents at their Florist business on Steinway Street in NYC; Superlative housewife and homemaker unsurpassed; Secretary with her husband in their building business, DeBianchi Homes, Inc. She loved poker games, blackjack, picnics on the beach; Tom Jones, Engelbert Humperdinck and Il Volo. She taught us how to pray, to read, to sing especially with Loni, to study, to work and to be happy, kind and generous. A good and humble woman who profoundly touched the lives of all who knew her. She passed on peacefully dreaming about being united with her beloved Groom and her family; remembering pulling weeds with the kids at the apartments and watching Tarzan movies with the family; listening to Paul practice speech and debate, singing with Loni, helping Victor in his office, playing with the grandchildren and praying for her family and friends.

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Heart Association (www.heart.org) or the Moffit Cancer Center in Tampa (www.moffit.org). We thank you for your love, prayers and support; words will never express our love and gratitude.