Cindy Dianella

Cindy Dianella

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Cindy Dianella, 58, of Bellville, NJ died suddenly of complications from pneumonia related to COVID-19, on March 22, 2020. Cindy was born in Montclair NJ, January 10, 1962, to Vincent and Victoria (Bardi) Dianella. She was a graduate of Bloomfield High School Class of 1980, and also received an Associates Degree in Mechanical Drafting from Lyons Institute in Hackensack and an Associates Degree in Computer Information Systems from Essex County College.

Cindy worked as a Help Desk Supervisor, IT for ASCO Power Technologies of Florham Park for a total of 27 years.

She enjoyed traveling, spending time with friends and family. Seen as a “kid at heart” by all, she was considered the “fun” Aunt who demanded to sit at the children’s table during family gatherings. She was also a volunteer volleyball coach over the last 20 years, coaching 4th – 8th graders at St. John Kanty’s Church in Clifton.

Cindy is survived by sisters Judy Scognamillo and husband Ralph of West Orange; Karen DeNicola and husband Jeff of Manalapan; and Denise Gomez of Clifton. She is also survived by nieces and nephews: Scott Scoganmillo and wife Jenny, Candee McAloon and husband Kevin, Ginger Durante, Brittini DeNicola, Eddie Gomez and great nieces and nephews Colin, Rylie, CJ, Anthony, and Gabby. She was predeceased by her brother, Anthony.

She will be missed by all of her family as well as coworkers, and her many friends.

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    Rosedale Crematory
    408 Orange Rd
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Josephine Anderson

Posted at 12:56am
I began working in a professional setting with Cindy just a couple months ago. We spoke on a daily basis and I found her to possess a kind and playful spirit. Her colleagues and I will miss her wonderful presence and beautiful smile. May Cindy Rest In Peace.

Denise, Michael and Samantha

Posted at 02:41pm
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Lisa Hands

Posted at 01:50pm
So sorry to hear of Cindy passing. I worked with her for a few years in the Credit Union. She was a wonderful woman. RIP Cindy 🙏

Maria Cottone

Posted at 11:48am
I worked with Cindy at ASCO. She was so sweet and helpful and so much fun. God bless her. RIP

Valeria Nagy

Posted at 09:18am
I worked with Cindy for many years at Asco. I was shocked to hear of her passing. She was always kind and made me laugh. She was very knowledgeable and great at her job. Condolences to her family and friends and her ASCO family. May she Rest In Peace. 🙏🏻

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