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Adelaide grandmother Maria Dimasi allegedly murdered by husband farewelled at funeral service

Adelaide grandmother Maria Dimasi allegedly murdered by husband farewelled at funeral service
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The family of an Adelaide grandmother who was allegedly murdered by her husband have taken a stand against domestic violence at her funeral.

Maria Dimasi, 85, was found dead at her home in Findon on Saturday, December 2. Her 91-year-old husband, Frank Dimasi, who has dementia, was charged with murder.

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Prosecutors previously told a court that Dimasi called triple-0 on Saturday evening and police found him seated at the kitchen table, allegedly heavily intoxicated, “with blood on his clothing, arms and hands” with a kitchen-style knife located close by.

“He said he was sorry and that he killed his wife and that she deserved it,” the police prosecutor told the court.

Dimasi was a prominent member of Adelaide’s Italian community and devoted her time to providing meals for the elderly and vulnerable through Nonna’s Cucina, a community meal service run by her grandson.

Maria Dimasi. Credit: SuppliedMaria Dimasi. Credit: 7NEWS

The 85-year-old was farewell at a funeral service on Thursday, December 21 with about 800 attendees, some wearing white ribbons for victims of domestic violence.

Her daughter, Carmel Leraci, said the family’s “world will never be the same again”.

“The loving goodness that flowed from her was endless,” Leraci said.

Dimasi’s family spoke of her love of food and family, and said the 85-year-old would take food to her grandchildren to “brighten their days”.

They said she always had her their favourite foods on standby, for when they would visit her.

Maria Dimasi’s funeral service. Credit: Supplied Maria Dimasi’s funeral service. Credit: 7NEWS

“Nonna you were the most amazing person in our lives,” granddaughter Carla Carbone said.

“We will honour your memory by showing the same kindness, compassion and love to all those we encounter.”

Mourners were asked to donate to Nonna’s Cucina or domestic violence charity Zahra Foundation, in lieu of flowers.

Maria’s family said the 85-year-old had a “zest for life” and was the “epitome of goodness”.

“She was the true source of inspiration and admiration for us all,” granddaughter Ashley Camarra said.

“Nonna Maria wasn’t someone who sat idle, she was a warm presence and knew how important it was to go into the world to brighten it.”

Her husband is remanded in custody, with his next hearing set for January 2024.

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