Aline Rose Steinbaugh

December 18th, 1929August 8th, 2022

Aline Rose Steinbaugh, a lifelong resident of Louisville, Colorado, died on August 8, 2022, under Hospice care at The Peaks at Old Laramie Trail Assisted Living Center in Lafayette, Colorado. She was 92.  She was born on December 18, 1929, to Thomas DiGiallonardo and Mary Depetro DiGiallonardo.  She married Glenn Steinbaugh on October 9, 1949 and was a lifelong member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Louisville.

Aline leaves behind three children: Tom (Judy), Karen Scarpella (Alan), and Mary Rizzuto (Tom); six grandchildren: Jason Scarpella (Janessa), Briana Steinbaugh LeBlanc (Mark), Krista Scarpella Watts (Bryan), Erica Steinbaugh Binder (Jeff), Michael Rizzuto and Justin Rizzuto; and nine great-grandchildren:  Macie and Maverick (Jason and Janessa), Colton, Kendall and Colby (Krista and Bryan), Rylan and Brynn (Briana and Mark), and Addie and Tommy (Erica and Jeff).  She also leaves behind a sister, Linda Golman; and sister-in-law, Jackie DiGiallonardo, and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins and dear friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn; son, Ron; parents, Tom and Mary; and brothers, Frank, Nick, Bob and Tom.

Aline graduated from Louisville High School and worked several office jobs before marrying Glenn.  She raised her four children as a stay-at-home mom.  She was an amazing cook and baker and always helped others with her talent.  After assisting her mother with meals at home, she cooked with her sister and sisters-in-law for all the MANY family dinners and parties which were often held at her home.

The family would like to thank the loving and caring people at The Peaks at Old Laramie Trail and the staff of Lumicare Hospice of Denver.  In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to Louisville Fire Department, 895 W. Via Appia Way, Louisville, CO 80027 (https://www.louisvillefire.com/); Louisville History Foundation, 749 Main St, Louisville, CO 80027 (https://www.louisvillehistoryfoundation.org/donate); or Lumicare Hospice – Denver, CO, 6200 S. Syracuse Way, Ste 200, Greenwood Village, CO 80111 (https://lumicare.com/).

Services

A funeral mass will be held on Friday, August 19, 2022, at 10:00 am, at St. Louis Catholic Church in Louisville.  A private family interment will be held at a future date.

Cemetery

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Church

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Condolences

GOOD BYE FOR NOW MY SPECIAL SISTER WE HAD A LONG LIFE AS SISTERS SINCE 1957. YOU TAUGHT ME SO MUCH ABOUT ITALIAN FAMILIES. MUCH LAUGHTER AND SOME TEARS. GOD BLESS YOU ALINE, I KNOW YOU WERE GREETED BY THE LORD AND ALL OF OUR FAMILY. I WILL MISS YOU LOVE JACKIE
I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Mike Dionigi Cody Wyoming
Aunt Aline, We hope you are at peace in heaven. We are so grateful for all the love and support you sent to our Thomas. Our prayers go out to your children for peace and love. With love, Robert, Brittany and Thomas DiGiallonardo (Billings, MT)
May our precious Savior Jesus continue his promises and protection on your family Auntie we Love you and know we will see you again in Heaven. Thank You for sharing your love and wisdom. Much Love and Aloha Trish, Chris, and OHANA.
Auntie you will be missed. Rest well in Jesus’ arms! My dear family thank you for allowing me to be part of Auntie’s celebration of a life well lived. I love each and everyone of you!! Love to all, Marisa
So sorry for your loss. God bless all of you. You are in my thoughts.
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