Richard Anthony "Dick" Sidoni

September 29, 1944 - December 12, 2023
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We are sad to announce the passing of Richard “Dick” Sidoni of Tucson, Arizona. He died at 79 years old on December 12, 2023 of complications of pneumonia.  Dick served 22 years in the United States Air Force and retired from air conditioning sales.  Dick passed away surrounded by his loved ones. He is survived by his wife, Genie, of 36 years.  He is survived by his son, Nick and his family and his daughter Jennifer Harmon, son in law Scott, and their two boys, Henry and Carter.  Dick loved life to its fullest.  He enjoyed racing cars, attending concerts, spending time at the beach, and never missed an opportunity to celebrate.  Dick will be missed and his shenanigans will live on. A Celebration of Life will be held on December 21, 2023 at Marana Mortuary at 9:00 am and he will be laid to rest at Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in Marana at 12:00 pm.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project in honor of Dick Sidoni.

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Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, December 21, 2023

Time: 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery Marana


15950 N. Luckett RD
Marana, Arizona 85653

Memorial Information

Date: Thursday, December 21, 2023

Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Marana Mortuary Cemetery


12146 W. Barnett Rd
Marana, Arizona 85653

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Born: September 29, 1944
Died: December 12, 2023

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Lee Hendrickson posted on 12/20/23

Genie I'm so sorry to hear about Dick's passing. Dick was wonderful to work with and had such a great attitude that he was always a pleasure to be around. Sadly I will miss being there as I'm having an MRI that morning that has been a long time in getting set up. My email is Hope to hear from you.


Nancy Frey posted on 12/19/23

Genie I share your loss and I am deeply saddened by Dick's passing. To me he was more like a brother than a first cousin...we grew up together...spent summers water skiing and boating. Actually more like racing on the river and we almost never lost. Not sure if his parents knew about that but we burned through a lot of fuel each weekend. Then there was the years he was in high school...I was in 7th grade. He played football ... and was quite good... and for years I went with Suzie &Tony to all the games. But life and commitment has a way of separation, he entered the Air Force, we both got married and he only came home for visits. So we kept in contact via letters and phone calls. I will miss his calls. I just always thought we would get one more visit.


Jim Dee posted on 12/16/23

I am so sad to hear of the passing of my friend and work colleague, Dick Sidoni. Dick was such a good man, a hard worker, and always had a quick smile and a kind heart. He was a key part of the high performance DSO team in Arizona for many years for Trane, and he excelled in both inside and outside sales. He will be missed! Jim and Sandy Dee


Lisa Daftarian posted on 12/15/23

I met Dick and Regina in the 90's. Gawh... where did time go? I told Genie that they were the couple everyone should strive to be. They truly were best friends and treated everyone they met with smiles and hugs and open arms. They helped heal my tender, broken heart more than once and were always a pillar of support. Sometimes the circle of life really sucks. But in this case, Dick with be doing nothing short of preparing the next Sidoni nest in paradise, while continuing to love and help Genie navigate the rest of her time on earth until it's her time to join him in eternity. Dick left quite a footprint for many, and he will always be loved and appreciated and celebrated. 😇❤️🫶🙏.... Rest easy, Dick. You've earned your wings.