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“I had the chance to meet Ida when visiting my dear friend Rosemary Arnett. I would then check in on Ida . I learned much about her. I am so saddened...Read More »
1 of 8 | Posted by: Raquel Restum - Bloomfield Hills, MI

“It has been an honor to have had Ida and her sisters as my first cousins.Ida exemplifies what an individual of integrity truly is.Rest In peace my...Read More »
2 of 8 | Posted by: John Gianfermi - Warren, MI

“Earth's loss, heaven's gain!! Although I was saddened to hear of Ida's passing, itquickly came to mind that she had been ready and waiting, ...Read More »
3 of 8 | Posted by: Anita Weber - Troy, MI - Friend

“Although I didn't know Ida well, I've known her daughter Linda, husband Jim and both daughters for more years than I wish to count! Hugs and only...Read More »
4 of 8 | Posted by: Sue (and Richard too) Kirchner - FL

“Little did I know that the dear, sweet lady with whom I shared Holy Mass, meals, and even art class here at Cedarbrook would leave such a sudden void...Read More »
5 of 8 | Posted by: Judy Cancro - Bloomfield Hills, MI

“When I think of sweet Ida, a warm smile comes across my face. I remember the day we met over 5 yers ago and treasure the time we have spent together...Read More »
6 of 8 | Posted by: Jenny Kanefsky - Troy, MI

“Dear Linda & Geri, I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved Mother. May your beautiful memories of her help you and your families...Read More »
7 of 8 | Posted by: Nancy Seguin Morgan - Warren, MI

“We love you Aunty Ida. We will miss you. Each time I make "Aunty Ida's Pineapple Pie" or your marble cake with buttercream frosting,I will always...Read More »
8 of 8 | Posted by: Lori Sellman - West Bloomfield, MI

Ida Cedroni, Born January 14, 1927 in Ceprano, Italy to Michele and Natalie Gianfermi. Lived her early life in a household of women strongly influenced by her loving grandmother. She survived the bombing of Casino in WWII by living in small caves in the mountainside. She arrived in Detroit in October 1947 and met the love of her life, Ernie Cedroni on the first evening in America. He was her base and gave her the confidence to succeed. She was his cheerleader and gave him encouragement to succeed. What a well suited pair. They raised two daughters together and were the backbone to a large extended family. Her talents were boundless. She kept an immaculate home, cooked fantastic dinners, baked and decorated bake goods, she was an extraordinary seamstress who enjoyed sewing dresses and coats for her daughters and suits for her dear Ernie. She made drapery for her homes and her daughters. She was an avid gardener who surprised us with a colorful bonanza of flowers throughout the summers. In her late 30s she decided to try painting canvases with oil, acrylics, and watercolors. She sold many of her pieces and many adorn homes of family and friends. In her 40s, she developed an interest in golf and most mornings would find her on the course perfecting her game. She loved entertaining and spending time with friends. Her joy in life exploded when her grandchildren began to arrive. Pasta dinners at Nana's were always a special event. She thrived on all their accomplishments. She was a proud wife, mother, grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, mother-in-law, godmother, and friend who loved to encourage you to do your best. Her faith was very important to her. Her children and grandchildren were know to ask Nana to say a special prayer for their intentions since she seemed to know the most direct route. She is survived by her daughters, Linda (Jim) Borowski and Geri (Louis) Gasperut; grandchildren, Mary (Steve) Wilusz, Suzanne (Shannon) Hladky, Daniel (Meghanne) Gasperut, Adrian (Kevin) Krause, Allison (Marco) Capote; great-grandchildren, Claire, Patrick Wilusz, Henry, Lucy, William Hladky, Cameron Krause, Mila Capote; and her sister, Assunta (Jay) Tuthill; and sister-in-laws, Mary (Syl) DeLellis and Antoinette (John) Gianfermi brother-in-law , Peter Cedroni and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by husband, Ernest; sisters, Elena Gianfermi and Frances DelGreco. She loved and was loved by many. May she rest in God's presence. Visitation Sun. 3-9 pm at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons inc. (Shelby Twp.) 54880 Van Dyke @ 25 Mile Rd. Rosary Sun. 7:00 pm. Instate Mon. 10:30 am until 11:00 am time of Mass at St. Hugo of the Hills Church 2215 Opdyke (E. of Woodward). Entombment White Chapel Cemetery. Memorials to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen or American Heart Association appreciated. Share memories with the family at their "On-Line Guestbook" @