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Coralene Haas Dimovich


CORALENE HAAS DIMOVICH, Born in San Francisco CA in 1942, she earned her PhD candidacy in Experimental Psychology from OSU. She worked at crisis hotline Switchboard, was Psychologist and Rehabilitation Counselor and then Director of Neighborhood Rehabilitation Services at Goodwill, and Habilitation Supervisor for Franklin County’s program for the developmentally disabled. Coralene met and married her soul mate George Dimovich and they opened their restaurant and wine shop a la carte in 1977. Customers still have fond, mouth-watering memories of her cooking. After a la carte’s 20-year run she was wine specialist at Weiland’s and Fresh Market. She loved good food and wine, theater, opera, reading, jazz and scuba diving. Coralene passed away on Jan. 27, 2018. She is survived by her loving husband George, cherished sister Susan Dan (Daniel) of Burlingame CA, cousin Catherine Briggs of Oakland CA, sister-in-law Joyce Dimovich, treasured friend Mary Waters of Ukiah CA, and caring friend Amy Ashburn of Westerville. A celebration of Coralene will be held Weds., March 7 at 2 pm at 2333 N. High St., Columbus.  Please visit www.OhioCremation.org to leave the family an online condolence.

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  • Bob & Carolyn says:

    George,

    We were so very sorry to learn of Coralene’s passing.

    We remember how much fun we had with both of you at your wonderful restaurant. And, of course, Coralene cooked!

    Our heartfelt sympathy to you. May all of the good memories of Coralene help you through this difficult time.

    Bob Brodkey and Carolyn Patch

  • Carter Mehl says:

    Dear Friends and Family of Coralene,
    I was a psychology grad student with Coralene at OSU, where we worked together to improve community crisis and drug treatment services. I knew her as a sensitive, caring person who always worked hard to help troubled individuals and improve her community. Unfortunately, I lost touch with her after I moved to the Bay Area where she had grown up, but she had been a dear friend. I am very sorry to hear of her passing. The world is dimmer for it. You have my deepest sympathy for your great loss.

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