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Pauline G. (nee Pepitone) Paraboschi of Belleville, NJ passed on to heaven peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, at the age of 77.
Guests will be received at the Irvine-Cozzarelli Memorial Home, P.A., 276 Washington Avenue, Belleville, NJ on Wednesday, April 20th, 2022, in the afternoon and evening from 4:00 to 8:00 o’clock.
A Funeral Mass will be offered at Saint Peter’s R.C. Church, 155 William Street, Bellville, N.J. on Thursday morning, April 21st, 2022, at 11:00 o’clock. Those who wish to attend the funeral may gather at the funeral home at 10:00 o’clock.
Interment will follow in Glendale Cemetery, 28 Hoover Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ.
For directions and to send condolences to Pauline’s family please visit: www.irvinecozzarelli.com Complimentary parking assistance will be available at the funeral home.
Pauline was born in Newark, N.J. on October 23, 1944, to the late Louis & Jean (nee Riporti) Pepitone. She grew up in Bloomfield before moving to Belleville in 1961. Pauline was a past member of the Belleville Woman’s Club, the Clara Maass Hospital Auxiliary, and P.T.A of School # 7 in Belleville. She was also a former employee of Peoples Bank.
Everyone says they remembered her as sweet and kind, as truly she was. She loved her family dearly. Pauline loved to laugh at her husband Lou’s jokes as well as her daughter Christie’s warm and loving sense of humor. She remembered every birthday, every anniversary, and the names of everyone’s children. She was always ready for a chat over a cup of tea.
Pauline was the devoted wife of 47 years to Louis Paraboschi; loving mother of Christie (nee Paraboschi) Bodner; cherished grandmother of Cassandra Bodner; and dear sister of the late Joseph Pepitone.
She did not forget anyone who had passed on, always having Mass said and lighting candles for their memory. Pauline deeply believed in the resurrection of Christ, knowing that she would be reunited with her parents and brother one day.