Delphyne Garetto Death, Obituary – Delphyne Rae Garetto, who resided in Wanatah, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. She was 51 years old at the time of her death. She was born on May 15th, 1971 in Blue Island, Illinois, to parents who went by the names Donald and Barbara (Cherest) Garetto. Her birth was accomplished through the use of a caesarean section. After graduating from Bloom Trail High School in Chicago Heights, Illinois, Del went on to launch a fruitful career as a delivery driver for a number of auto parts stores located in Northwest Indiana. She achieved a great deal of professional success during this time. Del was a NASCAR enthusiast to the core. On Sundays, like clockwork, she would tune in to watch the race, and Kevin Harvick, one of the competing drivers, was always her favorite.
Kevin was given the opportunity to meet Del, who has been one of his most ardent supporters, and as a token of his gratitude, he gave Del some of his lug nuts as a present. In addition to that, Del was a passionate supporter of both the Chicago White Sox and unicorns. She was well-known due to both her vivacious personality and her thick, red hair, which contributed to her bubbly nature. The things that people will remember most about Del are going to be her hilarious sense of humor and her kind and giving heart. All of her surviving family members, including her mother, daughter, sister, and aunt, will miss her tremendously because she was a loving and devoted member of each of those roles.
Del is survived by her son, Justin Garetto, who currently resides in Wanatah; her father, Donald Garetto; her siblings Donna (Marlo Panega) Garetto, Danny (Chrisy) Garetto, Dawn (Rick) Sparger, and Deanna (Allen) Gorrell; Nathan Sornson, who was like a son to her; and a large number of loving nieces, nephews, and great-nieces On the evening of Friday, December 9, 2022, there will be a visitation held at the Wanatah Funeral Chapel, which can be found in Wanatah at 309 North Main Street. The visitation will take place from three to six o’clock in the evening. The wake will get underway at six in the evening, followed by the funeral service. At the memorial service, in place of flowers, people are encouraged to make donations in the name of Justin Garetto.