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James E. D’Itri

  • On September 23, 2020

James E. D’Itri, age 67, of Robinson Township, formerly of Midland, PA, passed unexpectedly on Monday, September 21, 2020. Beloved husband of Celeste (Ruggeri) D’Itri; loving father of Vincent (Lindsey) D’Itri, James (Dalay) D’Itri, Jr., Elizabeth (Brent) Kramer, and Christen (Davon) Glover; Puppa of  Hunter, Sebastian, Estella, Barrett, Palmer, Finnegan, and Bella; son of the late Eleanor and Vincent D’Itri; brother of Michael (Windy), Connie (Paul) Drozjibob, Dennis, Daniel, and the late Bernadette (surviving spouse Richard) Raich; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Jim was an extremely proud ‘71 graduate of The Kiski School, a ‘75 graduate of Princeton University, and a ‘77 graduate of Northwestern University. Jim’s career in healthcare advisory and consulting services spanned 40 years and included time at Arthur Anderson, First Consulting Group, and CSC. After retiring, Jim enjoyed traveling, cooking, entertaining with food, wine and friends, golf, and music. He was a true Renaissance man and lived life to the fullest. He loved his family so incredibly much. Family and friends are welcome on Friday, September 25, 2020 from 2:00-4:00pm and 6:00-9:00pm at Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care 5405 Steubenville Pike Robinson Township, PA 15136. Private blessing service. Interment in Resurrection Cemetery, committal service at the cemetery chapel lawn on Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 1:45pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Western PA School for Blind Children 201 N Bellefield Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15213.

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Priscilla Burdette
Thinking of the D’Itri family tonight and offering our sincere condolences ... part of a wonderful family growing up in Midland .... Memory Eternal, Priscilla Cannon Burdette ????????????
Rev. John Odden
Knowing Jim through work was a high honor. His kindness and a passionate drive to serve with distinction live brightly in my heart. My prayers hold his family, friends and colleagues in the same blanket of protection, safety and fellowship that Jim always shared with me, our associates and clients.
Curtis Shreve
To my (Marine) brother Jim Jr (and the entire D’Itri family), You and yours are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May your hearts find shelter in this storm of emotions. We are here for you. The Shreve family.
Kevin Kelleher
It was my good fortune to know Jim D'Itri through Tiger Inn at Princeton,and it was my great privilege to call him a friend for almost 50 years. We enjoyed many good times with Jim and Celeste over that time. He was the heart and soul of our group, and his loss leaves a void that can never be filled.
Willy Landrigan
Very sad to hear this news of Jim's passing. He preceded me as VP and Bicker Chair of The Tiger Inn by one year. I learned a lot from him. When I would see him years later at Reunions, he was still the same gregarious Jim. Always had a witty comment at the ready. Rest in peace Jim. Wishing Celeste and the family all the best.
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