Rosalie Perri Graziano

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Rosalie Perri Graziano, 82, of Carbondale, died Tuesday afternoon at Geisinger Community Medical Center Hospice Unit after a short illness. Her husband, Joseph "Beep" Graziano Sr., died in March 2008.

Born in Carbondale, she was the daughter of the late Anthony and Jane Depoti Perri. She was a graduate of Benjamin Franklin High School, Carbondale. Rosalie was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Carbondale, and a member of its Altar and Rosary Society. She was also very active in all the church's affairs and events. For many years, she worked in the local garment industry. Rosalie was also a member of the Carbondale Business & Professional Woman's Club.

She passed away surrounded by her family.

The family extends a special thank you to the following for all the times they assisted their mom: Dr. Moro and staff, Redergrast family, Josie Angotti, Barbara Cassaro, Mary Ann Maglio, Eileen Curcio, Helen Malinowski and the Dombroski family.

Surviving are one son, Joseph A. Jr. and wife, Melissa; granddaughter, Alexis, Greenfield Twp.; one brother, Vincent Perri and wife, Marion; nieces, Camile, Greenfield Twp.; Carol Ann and Mary Ann, both of Dickson City; and a cousin, Milana Torch Williams, Carbondale.

The funeral will be Saturday from the Lawrence A. Gabriel Home, 2 Hospital St., Carbondale, with Mass at 9:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Fallbrook Street, Carbondale. Interment in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Carbondale.

Friends may call Friday, 4 to 7 p.m. The Altar and Rosary Society will meet at 6 for services.
Published in Scranton Times on Sept. 5, 2013