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DORIS IRENE SHANLEY
Doris Irene Shanley, 68, Susquehanna, PA, went to be with our Lord after an illness on Wednesday, August 24, 2005.
She is survived by her wonderful husband of thirty years, Michael P. Shanley. They shared and enjoyed each and every day as if it were their first. They enjoyed fishing together and always had funny stories to tell about who caught the big one. They enjoyed bowling together and took the time to go themselves to sharpen up their hand. Mom loved to go to bingo and had a heart of gold, as she would share her winnings with her family in one way or another.
She is also survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Timothy and Donna Casterline; her son and daughter-in-law, Donnie and Debbie Carroll; her grandchildren, Barbie Norrish, Donny Carroll (DJ), Eddie Carroll, Darsey Vogel, Crystal Bray (Casterline), Tiffany Casterline; her great-grandchildren, Joshua Reed, Shawn, Donnie, Naomi and Justin Bray, Aaron, Justin and Sarah Vogel, Cassidy Carroll. There were several brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews, and many, many friends too numerous to mention.
She was predeceased by her first grandson, Michael Novak, Jr.
A family memorial will be held at the Shanley home (Rte. 171, Susquehanna, PA, Penn Can Speedway) on Saturday, September 17, at 1 p.m. for all to share the memories of her loving and caring life. She will be loved and missed by all so very much.
NICK (SHORTY) PARRILLO
Nick (Shorty) Parrillo, Philadelphia, PA, born in Susquehanna, PA on Christmas Day, 1925, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parrillo, died Friday, August 26, 2005 after an illness.
He was predeceased by his wife, Kathy, July 9, 2005; by three sisters, Lucy Cianfriglia, Mary Skipper, Elizabeth Parrillo; two brothers, Alphonse Parrillo, Kirkwood, NY, John Parrillo, Susquehanna.
He is survived by P.J. Parrillo, Hallstead; Louis Parrillo, Susquehanna; Daniel Parrillo, Corning, NY; one sister, Emma Fabian.
He attended Laurel Hill Academy and served in the US Navy during World War II. He was employed by the US Mint in Philadelphia.
Funeral services were held in Philadelphia.
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