DeGiulio Tina DeGiulio Tina Louise DeGiulio, died, September 19, 2020 in Pingree, Idaho in harmony at her home. Tina was born on April 4, 1956 to Owen and Bethine Wright in Brea, California. She was the youngest of four siblings, their delighted little caboose! She liked residing in California, being in the sun with her feet in the sand and being outdoors. She also enjoyed the numerous hours she invested rock hunting with her daddy, uncovering nature’s gorgeous gifts. Tina relocated to Blackfoot, Idaho in 1967, where her parents later separated. Her daddy Owen wed and satisfied Hannah Duchscher. She and her daddy relocated to Moreland where she joined her stepfamily. She was lastly able to fully welcome her love of all animals and nature. She participated in Snake River High school where she satisfied and fell in love with Dominick (Nick) DeGiulio. They were wed on February 9, 1974 and relocated to Pingree to start their new life. For Tina, life in Pingree with Nick’s household was a gift. She had the ability to find out the Italian culture and customs and include them to her own household culture and customs. She found out how to work as a family to grow and raise the food which would nourish her household. She also found out how to prepare that food in ways she never understood existed. She liked to prepare and make people delighted. Nick and Tina added three kids to their household: Giulio, Nicole and Daniel. One thing that was instilled in her kids from day one was, “A person did not need to share the exact same blood for someone to be household.”. The De Giulio house was referred to as your house where you were always welcome and the door was always open. If you were lucky adequate to spend some time at their house, you would walk away with more than you included. Tina’s pastimes consisted of writing poetry, doing crafts, gardening and being outdoors. Some of her preferred times invested outdoors were viewing her flowers and listening to the lots of birds that called her backyard “home”. She and Nick enjoyed their time invested together outside on the back outdoor patio throughout the summertime nights. They would view as the “wildlife” transitioned at sunset with the mother birds screaming for their children to go back to the nest. A number of her kids’s summertime nights ended in a comparable manner. It was simply mommy screaming throughout the townsite from the front action for her “little birds” to come back home as well. Tina liked a great summertime storm and viewing the thunder and lightning from the safety of the back patio with her dog Angel on her lap. The louder the thunder, the bigger and brighter the lightning, the more she enjoyed it. Another preferred pastime of Nick and Tina throughout their time exterior was searching for at the stars, taking in their appeal. We understand they are now a part of that appeal and brilliance and will forever be with us. No more “Missed out on Moments”, just happiness and love. Tina is survived by her kids; Giulio (Danika) DeGiulio of Pocatello, Nicole (John) Rausch of Herriman, UT and Daniel (Lexcie) DeGiulio of Pingree. Her brother Archie (Claudia) Wright of Yorba Linda, California and sibling Corilee (Fred) Fairrmond of Sharon, Pennsylvania; Her brother in law Danilo (Tina) DeGiuli of Pocatello, Her sibling in law Oleva (Steve) Blessinger of Blackfoot. 10 grandchildren and 15 terrific grandchildren, and her caring pup, Angel. She was preceded in death by her spouse, Dominick (Nick) De Giulio; her dad, Owen Winfred Wright, her mother Bethine Alice Clothier Wright, her action mother Hannah Duchscher, her mother and dad in law; Dante and Annunziata “Nancy” DeGiuli, and her bros Lawrence Wright and Gregory Wright as well as action siblings. Funeral will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, October 2, 2020 at Hawker Funeral Service House. Family will meet with pals for one hour prior to the service. Due to the current health concerns, those who wish to participate in the service from home are welcomed to see the service on a live broadcast at www.hawkerfuneralhome.com/page/broadcasting Acknowledgements may be shared at www.hawkerfuneralhome.com.