Janice Dee Latto

Born in Cincinnati, OH on December 18, 1936

Departed on January 11, 2010 and resided in Brentwood, TN

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Latto, Janice "Dee" -- age 73, Nashville, passed away January 11, 2010. Born in Cincinnati, OH, she lived in London, OH, before moving to Panama City Beach, FL where she taught music at Hutchison Beach Elementary School until she retired. She then moved to Nashville, TN, to be closer to her children and grandchildren. Preceded in death by her father, Charles Edward Mauthe, Jr., and mother, Florence Eversull, she is survived by a brother, Greg Eversull Elaine of Traverse City, MI, sons David Kellye of Nashville, TN, Greg Nada of Brentwood, TN, Joel Nicole of Louisville, KY, as well as five grandchildren Daniel, Alex, Lindsay, Savanna and Luke. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Friday, January 15, 2010, at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home in Nashville, TN. Visitation one hour prior to service.
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5 Comments to Janice Dee Latto

  1. Janice Jeffers Binns
    January 13, 2010 12:00 am

    I am sorry to hear of the passing of Dee. I have fond memories of her from the Presbyterian Church in London, OH, and as a past piano student. She was a wonderful teacher! She will be missed.

  2. Dennis & Carla Rader
    January 13, 2010 12:00 am

    Dee Latto was the first music teacher for both Brent and Danny Rader, our oldest children, in Panama City Beach. She will be missed, a wonderful person who contributed to so many lives. Our condolences. May God be with you during your time of loss.

  3. Andrea and Jerry Potter
    January 13, 2010 12:00 am

    Dee was a lovely, generous person and I’ll always remember her sense of fun. She was always up for a good time and in the thick of things when parties were being thrown together. I’ll never forget how Nada, Greg, and I popped in on her in Florida, and she was soon entertaining us on the piano. She was someone who could talk to anyone and put them at ease. As Jerry put it “She was such a nice lady.” That’s how I’ll remember her. And I think anyone who can leave such a legacy as her wonderful sons and grandchildren has accomplished what we all aspire to. It’s especially hard for the boys and the grandkids that she’s no longer with us, but I believe she’s not far. My prayers are with you, Dee, and all your loved ones.

  4. Carol Nelson Terry
    January 14, 2010 12:00 am

    I was sad to read about Mrs. Latto passing. Her smile is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of her. Our choir group was a little rowdy but she was always patient with us. My favorite time was when we got to let loose with 76 Trombones, it still makes me smile. God Bless you all.

  5. Aldon Haines
    January 15, 2010 12:00 am

    I’m so sorry to read about Dee’s passing. I got to know Dee when I was serving as Principal of the Primary Building in London, Ohio from 1969-72. I remember the great job she did playing piano for the London plays. I participated in “South Pacific” Lt. Cable and “Oklahoma” during my tenure there. She was a joy to be around and what a privilege it was to know her and work with her.