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Yoshie (Kasahara) Gioia

February 28, 1929 ~ March 2, 2022 (age 93) 93 Years Old



On March 2, 2022 Yoshie Gioia passed away peacefully . Yoshie Gioia ( nee Kasahara  ) was born on February February 28, 1929 to Kisaburo  Kasahara and Asa Goyude

in Zushi, Japan. She had one older sister , Hatsue, and two brothers, Kenji and Kiichiro.        

She met and married Pau Gioia in August, 1947. They remained in Japan where their first two children were born, Robert Yukio Gioia and Linda Marie Yoshie Gioia.

Yoshie immigrated to the United States with Paul and her children in 1964. Yoshie spent time with her in-laws in South Egg Harbor, N.J. and family settled in their own home there

where their daughter Betty Jean Miki Gioia was born. Miki continued to visit her parents through their lives and brought joy to them with her youthful exuberance. In time,Yoshie and Paul

moved to Baltimore, Maryland where their son, Robert had established a home. Bob was especially happy  to have his Mom and Dad live with him. Sadly, Paul Gioia died in 2009,

a victim of alzheimer's . Yoshie, too suffered from age related dementia, which became acute this past year.

Visiting at the family owned Marzullo Funeral Chapel 6009 Harford Road Baltimore MD 21214 on Monday March 7,2022 at 3:00pn to 5:00pm.

IN LIEU OF FLOWERS Donations to Alzheimers's Association 1850 York Road Luthherville - Timonium  MD 21093 https://www.alz.org  Paralyzed Veterans of America

801 18th Street  NW Washington  DC   2006  https://pva.org

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24 Hour Viewing
March 7, 2022

3:00 PM
Marzullo Funeral Chapel
6009 Harford Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21214


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