Anna Pan­nulla

Glenside News - - OBITUARIES -

Anna (AnnF Rose ae jarco man­nulla passed away at home very peace­fully on Aug. 24, 2012.

phe was the daugh­ter of the late Carmello jarco and Rosa Capizzi jarco, ftal­ian im­mi­grants from pi­cily who set­tled in the coalmin­ing re­gion of mittston, ma., and the widow of crancesco (crankF gohn man­nulla, of mhiladel­phia, ma., a torld tar ff vet­eran.

Ann will be greatly missed by her daugh­ters, crances Roskow and An­gela dot­walt; her son­sin-law, iarry Roskow and Ray dot­walt; her six grand­chil­dren, puzanne bm­mett, Alvin bm­mett (jar­i­an­neF, jark bm­mett, iawrence Roskow gr. (jelin­daF, bric dot­walt (iau­raF and Bryce Roskow; eight great­grand­chil­dren; one great­great grand­child; her sis­ters-in law, volanda lr­dine and iena aaniels; her brother-in law, Alexan­der (pamF man­nullo; and many cousins, neph­ews, nieces, and friends.

Ann over­came a very dif­fi­cult child­hood, los­ing her mother at age 2. fn her teens, she at­tended the pleighton pchool for dirls in aelaware County, ma., where she found hap­pi­ness among young women who had en­dured sim­i­lar hard­ship. fn 193T, she mar­ried crank and be­came the ma­tri­arch of a house­hold that in­cluded crank’s eight younger broth­ers and sis­ters, her fa­ther-in-law and soon, three daugh­ters.

Ann took pride in her home and her care for her fam­ily, which was ev­i­denced by her tire­less de­vo­tion to cook­ing, sewing and clean­ing. thile rais­ing her fam­ily, Ann also worked out­side the home as a fac­tory worker.

Ann was pre­ceded in death by her lov­ing daugh­ter jarie bm­mett; her hus­band of R3 years, crank; a brother, Cataldo jarco, and many other dearly loved fam­ily mem­bers. Ann mea­sured wealth by the min­utes and hours spent in the com­pany of her fam­ily and friends, and by that mea­sure, she was truly blessed.

Ann was a mem­ber of eoly jar­tyrs Catholic Church in lre­land, and a for­mer mem­ber of pt. Rocco’s Church in mittston, eoly Rosary Church and pt. sin­cent’s Church in der­man­town. Ann was a cham­pion of her fam­ily and was con­cerned for the wel­fare of all chil­dren.

Rel­a­tives and friends are in­vited to Ann’s jass of Chris­tian Burial Thurs­day, Aug. 30, 11W30 a.m., at eoly jar­tyrs RC Church, lre­land, where friends may call be­gin­ning at 10 a.m. fn­ter­ment will be in eoly pepul­chre Ceme­tery.

fn lieu of flow­ers, re­mem­brances may be do­nated to the jar­ion Bolger mro­gram at pt. aavid’s mar­ish, a spe­cial needs pro­gram for young adults, 31S korth bas­ton Road, til­low drove, mA19090; or to pt. gude Chil­dren’s Re­search eospi­tal, 2S2 aanny Thomas mlace, jem­phis, Tk 3810R, www.stjude.org.

Anna Pan­nulla

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