January 01, 1970

TOD A. DIMINNO owner of the “Harmony Emporium” died on October 8, 2022 in an auto accident at age 54. The son of Anthony and Alice DiMinno. He was a graduate of Quigley High School and studied Graphic Arts at LaRoche College.
He is survived by his beloved five year old daughter Lucinda Sky DiMinno. Everyone knew Tod as a unique free spirit who loved to follow the Grateful Dead where he found many lifelong friends.
Tod, we pray you have found the peace you sought.

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  • Diana Lee Ryan

    My condolences go out to Tod’s family. Tod was one of the ushers in my daughters’ wedding. Her husband and Tod were good friends. RIP Tod?

  • Chris Schmidt -Rock

    Sad to hear of this tragic incident. Was friends with Tod in Grade school…many fun memories…lost touch with attending different high schools. Thoughts and prayers to Mr and Mrs DiMinno and other family/ friends.

  • Dave (chuck) vesch

    All my memories with Tod were ALL the VERY BEST! I could NEVER say one was EVER BETTER than the other. BY FAR the COOLEST, ONE OF A KIND person that I could have EVER MET. My thoughts and prayers for the ENTIRE DIMMINNO FAMILY will be with ME for the REST OF my Life. I will also be forever “GRATEFUL” & Respect how he NEVER lived life typically or ordinarily…..rather….MOST UNIQUELY !! The world 🌍 lost a truly “FREE SPIRIT” & should learn from his LOVING , CARING way! Peace out my FRIEND & I PRAY 🙏 that when I see you someday in the sky….you will welcome me with your 1 of a KIND greeting….”HEY NOW” RIP TOD A. DIMMINNO …I LOVE YOU BROTHER.peace out…D. chuck Vesch.

  • Ed DeMino

    Tod was the kindest person I ever knew and one of the best friends I ever had I taught Tod locksmithing and always tried to be there for him professionally and personally his kindness touched everyone lucky enough to ever have known him. I’m sure he’s in Heaven and sees how much he was loved by so many people!! Thank you my friend for letting me have the pleasure to mentor, befriend and share the laughs, smiles and memories I’ll keep dear to me until we meet again. ☮️

  • Carl Vesch

    I am sadden to hear of Tod’s death and he truly was a friend to many and my thoughts and prayers go out him, Lucinda, Krista and Mr. & Mrs. Diminno. I met Tod at La Roche College back in 87 and he one truely one special person

  • Tom Vesch

    Tod attended LaRoche College with my brother Carl and he became friends with all of us as was his way. I’m very sorry and deepest condolences from the Vesch family. Rest in peace Tod. You’ll be missed.

  • Barbara Leindecker

    My heart aches for the family. I am so sorry this happened . Prayers for all the family


    everyone thought they were tods best friend .he made you feel that way .

  • Denise L Bigrigg

    To the family and friends of Tod especially Lucinda, Krista and Mr. & Mrs. Diminno. Rick and I send our thoughts and Prayers to you. Words can not express the emotions that we are feeling at this time. Tod played a special part in everyone’s lives in one way or another. He will forever be remembered and sadly missed. RIP Tod. Peace out.

  • Marty McCafferty

    I’m saddened to hear of the sudden death of my friend Tod A. DiMinno who I met in the 90’s while another of my close friends introduced me to him for both went to Quigley High School and were close friends.

    I will be sending healing energy thoughts and spiritual prayers to the DiMinno family and friends of this spiritual, kind soul who was taken so abruptly.

    In sorrow,
    Marty McCafferty
    “Cleveland, Ohio”


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