Before his murder spree began, Tony DiNardo appeared to lead an ideal American family. Sandra ran their concrete and construction company while Cosmo could operate trucks and backhoes with ease.
Sheri lives in Jacksonville, Oregon – an idyllic town filled with farms and distant mountains which serves as her source of artistic inspiration and gives a sense of timelessness to her paintings.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Dinardo lived in Martins Ferry, Ohio in the United States from 1925 until 2003 at age 77.
He was the beloved husband and father to Sumiko Dinardi as well as Lisa Balakier, Gina Chappel and Tom Dinardi Jr. A proud Navy Veteran himself, Tom Dinardi retired after serving 26 years of active duty. A native of Glendive, Montana – attending both Sacred Heart Catholic School and public schools prior to moving Miles City in 1968.
He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation will take place Monday from 4pm-9pm at Bagnasco & Calcaterra Funeral Home at 13650 East 15 Mile Road Sterling Heights; funeral services will be conducted Tuesday 10am before burial will take place at Knollwood Cemetery & Mausoleum Mayfield Heights.
Dinardi serves as Deputy Superintendent at the United States Mint, overseeing production of bullion and numismatic coinage production. He has worked at the Mint since 1984.
He can accomplish much in short order and has an exceptional work ethic, always seeking ways to improve and find better ways of doing things.
He is also an excellent father and husband, raising four daughters and one son of his own, enjoying spending his free time with them as much as possible. Additionally, he enjoys golf and traveling with his family. Additionally, he belongs to both Optimist Club of Greater Philadelphia and American Legion membership and volunteer work with food banks and animal shelters locally.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Dinardi earned numerous accolades throughout his career. In 2004, he received the BSU Distinguished Professor award, which recognizes outstanding teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Unfortunately, Thomas passed away at age 82.
He was also awarded with the Saint Thomas Aquinas Medallion by Saint Thomas Aquinas College to recognize those Catholics who have displayed unflinching dedication to Church teachings while exerting influential leadership to promote its principles.
In 2018, he was honored by his police department for his work with the Criminal Investigations Division Property Crimes Unit. With help from Detectives Erik Jacobs, Matthew Mehalko, John Creamer and Bridget Hayden on his team, they had successfully cleared close to 100 cases and recovered over $50k in property.
Dinardi lives in a large house with his wife and two children, as well as owning several properties such as 16431 Claremont Dr S Clinton Township MI 48038 and 15212 Common Rd Roseville MI 48066.
He enjoys spending his free time with close friends and family, especially his wife who plays an integral role in his life and their three children.
He was very generous, dedicating many donations to charity over time and always making you laugh with his personality and life story. A true role model and inspiration, his life will surely be missed by everyone who knew him. An incredible man will surely be missed.
Thomas Dinardi has an estimated net worth of $100 Million, built through being an influential executive at Exar Corporation – a semiconductor manufacturer which he helped turn around by streamlining management, cutting operating expenses and increasing revenues and profits.
Sir Kenneth was honored to become a member of Royalton-Hartland Central High School’s Hall of Fame and played weekly card games with three couples for 46 years with his wife. Additionally, he enjoyed golfing, travelling and fishing; was an avid New York Yankees and Notre Dame fan as well as spending quality time with family.
Tom and his wife are survived by their three children Lisa Balakier (Gary), Gina Chappel (Lawrence Chappel), Thomas Jr. and grandchildren Kayleigh Jordynn Sofia Alexander Anthony as well as his siblings Pietrina William Sr Rose Louise who all predeceased him.