Obituary for Laura Carmel Tittel

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Laura Carmel Tittel

July 18, 1963 - April 21, 2020


Laura Carmel Tittel was born July 18, 1963 in Columbus, Ohio. Laura passed peacefully under hospice care on April 21, 2020 in Columbus. Laura was a warrior that overcame many health obstacles, but sadly lost her battle to cancer.

Laura was the third child born to Robert Tittel and Anita (Bonaventura)Tittel. She grew up in a loving Italian-American family where bonds are life-long. Laura was a resident of Grandview Heights and she was Bobcat throughout her schooling, she graduated from Grandview Heights High School in 1982. She went on to complete her certification at the Ohio State School of Cosmetology and worked for many years at various salons in Columbus. She was a friend to all who sat in her chair, a listening ear, and a shoulder to lean on. Laura had many friends and was always making people feel joy. Her sense of humor was lighthearted and full of soul. Her spirit shined when she was cheering on the Buckeyes, as she was an avid fan. Laura loved dogs and was known to take care of many friend’s pets when in need.

Preceded in death by her father, Robert Tittel; grandparents, Robert & Helen (Cherrington) Tittel; maternal grandparents, Luigi & Judith (Quaranto) Bonaventura; sister-in-law, Starlet Riley; nephews, Jeremy Tittel & Travis Tittel; and her beloved dog, Echo. Survived by her devoted mother, Anita Koebel; siblings, Robert (Julie) Tittel, Mike Tittel, Tom Tittel; Judith (Jesse) Elam; step-siblings, James (Cathy) Hayes; Marsha Flockerzi & Brad Hayes; nephews, Rocky Tittel, Justin Tittel, Jarrad Tittel, Nick Tittel, Kayden Tittel; James & Jude Elam; niece, Delaney Tittel; aunts, Carm (Ken) Smith, Mary Ann Wesney; uncles, Tony (Nell) Bonaventura and Bill Tittel; Great Aunt, Mary Quaranto; step-nieces, cousins, and dear friends.

Celebration of Life will be held a later time. In lieu of flowers please donate in Laura Tittel’s name to Mid-Ohio Food Bank, she would have wanted to help hungry families during this pandemic.

Devonne Butler posted on May 9, 2020

My deepest sympathy to Laura's family. I only recently got to find her on facebook. She was always do nice to me when her were growing up in good ol' Grandview Heights! I will always remember her! Miss you Laura!


Nina Fraley posted on April 25, 2020

I'm so sorry for the whole Tittel Family. I'm sorry for me & all of our mutual friends. You have so many because you're so amazing. I'm happy we reconnected. My heart is still broken. I know you're up there in the finest of company. Fly high angel. Until I see you again ♥️ Nina


Helene Brown (Weisser) posted on April 23, 2020

In memory of , Helene Brown (Weisser) lit a candle


Christy Pleasant posted on April 23, 2020

Dear Laura, Rest In Peace dear lady... you will live on in my heart as an amazingly inspirational positive force of sunshine and love. Good bye my dear. Blessing to your lovely family.


Kacy Bonaventura posted on April 23, 2020

Mark and I were so very sorry to hear of Laura's death. You are in our prayers and thoughts.


Maryanne Moushey England posted on April 23, 2020

Laura was a child hood friend so sweet loving even as a kid. She was funny and all the girls on Mulford dr. Lauren , Mary Anne Cheryl Tracy and The Twins Patty and Maryanne we all would play games, hopscotch barbies cards The best memories ever! I thank you for that RIP SWEET DEAR FRIEND


Tamatha Gillum posted on April 22, 2020

God Bless Laura and this entire beautiful family!! Laura would be very hard to forget!! I so adored her laughter and quick wit!!! I loved how she had nicknames for all kinds of things!!! I can't imagine this world without her infectious laugh!!! She will be extremely missed!!! God Bless everyone that will miss this one in a million soul!! Love this beautiful family!!! May God comfort all of you!!! Love and prayers to all!!! Becky Howard and Tam Gillum


Amy (Conaway) Shafer posted on April 22, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Laura’s passing. She was such a lovely and sweet person. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Jenny Henslee Garrett posted on April 22, 2020

When others would only find the gloom Laura would find the sunshine. Those of us who knew her knew her smile came from her warm and happy soul. She was a treasure to have known and though she will be missed on earth we will all be happy to see her smile greet us when we arrive. God bless you each with warm and happy memories and the ability to feel her love until you meet again. With love and condolences, Jenny Henslee Garrett & Family


Debbi Dudley posted on April 22, 2020

Laura - You will always be held tight in our hearts by your many friends and family! Memories will be held close and we will smile when we recall the days at Grandview Heights! Sending Prayers To Heaven To Give You A Big Hug!!!


Julie Schwab Lombardo posted on April 22, 2020

Laura was loved by many and she loved all of you so much. My deepest sympathy, to all her big beautiful family💔


Sarah Wachunas Bigelow posted on April 22, 2020

I'm keeping Laura's family and friends in my heart and in my prayers. What a huge loss for all who loved her. She was one of my first Grandview friends when I moved there and I'm grateful for her friendship and love. I will cherish our memories and miss her as so many others will. To Tom and Anita and the rest of the family- I am so deeply sorry for your loss.


Bill & Kathy Brown posted on April 22, 2020

Love and prayers are offered up for Laura and her family today. Our hearts will always remember her big smile, kindness, and laughter. May she suffer no more, and join her loved ones that went before in Heaven. Rest in Peace our friend.....


Judy Bretz posted on April 22, 2020

In memory of , Judy Bretz lit a candle


Judy Bretz posted on April 22, 2020

You will be missed by everyone Laura! You are now an Angel for us all! We love you and we’ll miss you so much! You were a Beautiful person Laura! I’m so blessed that you were my Friend!❤️


Kenny Hall posted on April 22, 2020

Laura, rest in peace. Know that you are loved by many. I am proud to have known you thru school and will have fond memories of you. Keep watch over us and give Jesus a hug. Always in our mind.


Diana Miller Hughes posted on April 22, 2020

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Theresa Thum posted on April 22, 2020

I'm so very sorry to hear of Laura's passing. My heart and prayers are with all her family all that loved her.


Terri Johns posted on April 22, 2020

I am saddened by the passing of Laura. She was always making people laugh and she had a huge heart. She will be missed!


Pam Reed-Davis posted on April 22, 2020

I remember her as a child & then as a teenager: she was a Plethora of Joy & her smile was infectious! She did not deserve to suffer & she will always be remembered vividly by the “Grandview Community” MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES to the family!


MAry Ann Wesney posted on April 22, 2020

My heart and condolences go out to all of Laura’s family and friends especially Anita. Laura truly was a very dear person and will be missed forever. May she rest in peace and no longer be in any pain as she had suffered in her life. May her soul rest in peace and God’s glory. Love and hugs to all


Nina Fraley posted on April 22, 2020

I'm so sad. My sympathies to all the Tittle family and to all of our mutual friends whose numbers are too big to mention. We all love you Laura Nina Fraley


Mary Wayt (Sammons) posted on April 22, 2020

I don't know where to begin, but we met in high school & you were a part of my life from that day forward. I cannot remember a day when you were not my friend. You were always a guest at my children's parties & later celebrated new life with me when I became a Mimi. You even stopped calling me Mary & when I'd call you, you'd say "Hi Mimi!" Then we'd be on the phone for hours. We shot way too much pool at Amicon's and almost became roommates! You babysat my newborn so that my husband & I could have some alone time, but she cried the entire time we were away. I remember the haggard look on your face we got home, but you didn't complain. You loved children, all children. My kids definitely loved you and called you Aunt Lala. Once you lived right around the corner from me & you'd stop by with your scissors to trim my girls' hair. Of course my son had to slice his hand on your newly sharpened scissors, so you stayed at my place with the other kids so I could take him to the ER lol I'm so glad that we were able to spend a lot of time together recently. God would lay you on my heart & I'd either call you or grab a pizza & just stop by to chat about old times. My heart is sad and I will never forget our friendship. I'm sending my love and prayers to everyone that loved and will miss my Lala.


Shana Ireson posted on April 22, 2020

You will be forever loved & missed, dear friend! I’m grateful for you & your family, & am blessed to have been a part of your journey for over 30 years. So much love, to you & your beautiful family!


Robin Reed posted on April 22, 2020

In memory of , Robin Reed lit a candle


Robin Reed posted on April 22, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Tittel Family, Laura was very special a joy to be with her laughter so infectious , it made you smile everytime. May the lord wrap his arms around our sweet Angel, Laura❤I will see you on the other side of the rainbow my friend😇


Denise Laffery posted on April 22, 2020

To one of the most wonderful families I have known! I am so sorry for your loss, for so many others loss. Laura was such a special person, EVERYONE Loved her!! She was one of the kindness, sweetest people I knew and I was blessed to call her one of my best friends for over 30 yrs!! My heart breaks and I will miss her always!!!! :( “Good bye may seem forever. Farewell is like the end, but in my heart is the memory and there you will always be.” LOVE DENISE


 


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