Raymona L. Parise, 91 of Monaca , a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend to many was reunited with her late husband, Anthony on Thursday, May 18, 2023 .
Born and raised in Monaca, Raymona was a daughter of the late Paul and Clara Alexander.
She was united in marriage to the love of her life, Anthony I Parise on March 7, 1949 at the rectory of St John the Baptist Catholic Church Monaca and were inseparable until his passing on November 20, 2009. The couple raised five children: Joanne (Tom) Dolph, Linda (Bob) Rowe, Raymond (Carol) Parise, Michael Parise, and James (Janet) Parise; known as Maw Pete to her thirteen cherished grandchildren Brian Dolph, Susan (Chris) Francona, Jeffrey Dolph, Jennifer Varavette, Daniel (Leann) Rowe, Sara (Steve Ivan) Rowe, Matt (Sara) Parise, Stephanie (Brandon) Gardner, Rebecca (Elliot) Albright, Nicole Parise, Michael Joseph Parise, Josh Parise and Cody Parise; fourteen great grandchildren Natalina Francona, Giuliana Francona, Paige Varavette, Skyler Rowe, Jacob Rowe, James Rowe, Noah Parise, Ada Grace Parise, John Parise, Henry Gardner, Jackson Gardner, Charlotte Albright, Kenzie Ivan and Kendall Ivan; a brother Paul (Nancy) Alexander; numerous nieces and nephews all of whom she treasured deeply and showed her love to them. Raymona will be deeply missed by all her surviving family and friends.
A kind and good hearted person, she made friends easily with her warm personality. She was known for her cooking and love for animals. She was a member of Mary, Queen of Saints Parish, St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Monaca and enjoyed leafing through old pictures of people and places of Beaver County.
Raymona is now reunited with her dear husband, parents and grand daughter, Michele Parise.
Family and friends will be received on Wednesday, May 24th from 2 – 6 PM at SIMPSON FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES, 1119 Washington Avenue, Monaca (724 728 4000) and respectfully invited to attend her blesing service on Thursday at 10AM at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Sylvania Hills Memorial Park, Rochester.
Those wishing to make a memorial contribution in her momory are asked to please consider the Beaver County Humane Society
The family is grateful and appreciative of the care given to her by Rochester Manor and Gateway Hospice
To share online condolences, view her video tribute, get directions and other information, please visit simpsonfuneralhome.com.