Rita T. Falasco
November 18, 1925 - August 19, 2021
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Rita T. Falasco of Philadelphia, PA formerly of Sharon Hill, PA passed away on August 19, 2021 at the age of 95. She was born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Joseph McCullough & Mary McElroy. She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 40 years, Edward Falasco; Rita is survived by her children Charles…

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Anthony Semola left a message on August 31, 2021:
To all my cousins, so sorry we were unable to pay our respects to your mom. I have loads of rememberance to your parents, mostly before they were married. As you may know I was best man at their wedding. I was like a "chauffer" for them. I took them to Atlantic City for the day, took them to buy their first car, etc., etc. I've had their wedding group photo on my dresser for many years and it will be there forever. After 30 years, Uncle Eddie said "it's about time". Rest in peace Aunt Rita.
Michele schindler left a message on August 30, 2021:
One of my longtime favorite memories was I and will always cherish was as a child we used to come your house in Sharon Hill on the weekends for Sunday dinner along with my brother Michael and my parents the women would be in the kitchen cooking and of course my dad and Uncle Eddie would sit in the living room watching TV usually football with the rest of us kids played outside getting in some sort of trouble whether we tried to or not . I used to love that house with the spiral steps such a cool house my most recent best memory is the talks we used to have have a good last couple years I'm going to miss that you used to always beat me by calling me first to see how I was doing should have been the other way around and you know that we used to laugh about it because I don't think about calling and it would be way past appropriate time to call but you always made time to get in touch with me and you just talk about anything you are going to be so sadly missed I'm glad you're now reunited with her Uncle Eddie it's been a really long time with that being said just know I will miss you and thank you for all the years you were such an awesome Aunt to me . Rest in peace
Philip Charles left a message on August 27, 2021:
Someone said it before She was the Mom of Cherry St. Always so patient and kind. She always had the door open no matter how many visitor’s. Prayers go out to the Family.
Catherine Pinkerton Ritto left a message on August 24, 2021:
My sincere condolences to your family. Your mother was a lovely woman. You also chose a beautiful picture of her for this announcement. May she rest in peace and may Your hearts be full of beautiful and wonderful memories.
Michael Boyle left a message on August 23, 2021:
My deepest condolences I remember the time she opened the garage door and caught us with the keg
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Stephen, Glenda & Matthew Boyle, Charleston,South Carolina left a message on August 23, 2021:
Dear Falasco Family, We love your Mom. She raised not only her family but all of the children of our neighborhood. She was "The Matriarch" of Cherry Street. Jesus hugged her and welcomed her into His Kingdom the moment she left us.Know that we are praying for all of you at this time.
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