December 13, 1948 ~ June 28, 2020

Born in: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Resided in: Fort Myers, Florida

Roberta J. Giunto, age 71, died in Littleton, Colorado on June 28, 2020.

Born December 13, 1948, in Pittsburgh, PA, she lived in Upper St. Clair, PA, Columbus, OH, Greenwood Village, CO, and Fort Myers, FL. She worked as an aerobic dance instructor, but was best known for her dedication as a super mom, loving wife, friend, dog lover, and maker of the world’s best blankets.

Survivors include husband Paul Giunto, Fort Myers, FL, daughter Angela Giunto and son-in-law Matthew Byrd, Denver, CO, son Greg Giunto and daughter-in-law Misty Giunto, Los Angeles, CA, sister Jo Shannon, Woodbine, GA, and granddogs Harvey, Ivy, and Daisy.

No services will be held at this time, due to COVID-19 concerns. Please join us in spirit in celebrating her life.

We are requesting no flowers to be sent, please make memorial contributions to:

Humane Society of the South Platte Valley
2129 W. Chenango Ave, Unit A
Littleton, CO 80120
Website: http://hsspv.org
Phone: (303) 703-2938
Email: info@hsspv.org

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  1. Roberta, you were a true friend to Sam and me. We will miss your beautiful smile and kind heart. May you Rest In Peace never to suffer again. You fought a courageous battle with dignity and grace. Now you can enjoy your reward with God.

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  2. We will miss that beautiful smile. Roberta was a dear friend with an infectious laugh and I’m sure she’ll keep our lord up to date on all of the Steeler folklore. We hope that Paul, Angela, Greg, Misty and Matt find peace knowing that her suffering is over. All of our love. John and Wanda

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  3. To Paul and your beautiful family, we send our heartfelt sympathy. We’re so glad that we had a chance to meet Roberta and assist you with your trip to the Canadian Rockies last fall. Your hearts will heal in time knowing she is at peace and your wonderful memories will live on forever. God Bless your family!

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  4. Remembering Roberta and wishing you comfort.
    We are so grateful for Roberta’s friendship! Will always remember the “good times” shared in Fort Myers. Amazed and impressed by her sharing of Trivia!
    With Heartfelt Sympathy,
    Wayne and Mary

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  5. Roberta was a special friend. It was always enjoyable to be in her company. She had a beautiful smile and a very warm heart. She cared about you and took a personal interest in your life and in your happiness as well as concerns. She had a great sense of humor and her laughter filled up a room. She was very smart with a superb memory whether it was in watching “Jeopardy”, listening to The Oldies in music, all sports with a specialty in football (especially the Pittsburgh Steeler history) and various life events. She fought so hard in her long time battle with cancer. She was an inspiration and we admired her for her courage and fortitude. We will miss her so much. She was a dear friend who will always be in our hearts.

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  6. Roberta was a special friend. It was always enjoyable to be in her company. She had a beautiful smile and a very warm heart. She cared about you and took a personal interest in your life and in your happiness as well as concerns. She had a great sense of humor and her laughter filled up a room. She was very smart with a superb memory whether it was in watching “Jeopardy”, listening to The Oldies in music, all sports with a specialty in football (especially Pittsburgh Steelers history) and various life events. She fought so hard in her long time battle with cancer. She was an inspiration and we admired her for her courage and fortitude. We will miss her so much. She was a dear friend who will always be in our hearts.

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  7. I never had the pleasure of meeting you but I worked with both your husband and son and you did an outstanding job raising a fine young man. Your time was too short here with us but I’m sure by these pictures and stories I’ve heard about you that your memories will outlive everyone left behind. May you have peace and rest in heaven. Sending prayers , blessings and hugs to your family.

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  8. Roberta was a beautiful woman, a joy to be around and we will miss her.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Jo and Greg Callaway

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  9. She was a joy to be around. A genuinely kind, good-hearted person and interested in effortlessly uplifting those around her. I loved seeing the pictures of one of my favorite families as it brought back great memories of days in “da burgh” and of working with Paul, who adored his family and knew how lucky he was.

    We’re all the better for being in her presence, which will no doubt continue without ebb.

    Best.

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  10. Many Fond memories of Roberta back in the ole J&H days. Paul, you and your family are in my heart and prayers.

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  11. Roberta was a wonderful and beautiful person that Debbie and I have had the privilege and honor to know and love along with Paul and their family!

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