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Dolores J. (Casario) Pacelli

July 5, 1932 ~ February 23, 2018 (age 85)

Dolores J. (Casario) Pacelli, a child of God, was called to her Heavenly Home on Friday, February 23, 2018.  She was born on July 5, 1932 in Greensburg the daughter of the late John and Marie (Abel) Casario.  Dolores graduated from Jeannette High School class of 1950.  A wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother and sister, she dearly loved her family.  If there is a classification as professional homemaker, then Dolores was the personification of it.  She was a superb cook and baker and derived great pleasure in sharing her exquisite pizzelles, biscotti, and pizzas with relatives, neighbors and friends.  A devout Christian, Dolores was a member of the Ascension Catholic Church in Jeannette.  She read the Bible faithfully and regularly.  She dearly enjoyed listening to various Christian television pastors.  A lover of music in general, she especially enjoyed hymns devoted to the Blessed Trinity.  Not able to work fulltime because of her large family, she was employed for short periods of time at the former Jeannette Glass Co. and Monsour Medical Center.  In addition to her parents Dolores was preceded in death by her first husband Albert Chiappini; a daughter Rosemarie (Chiappini) Diaco; her step-children Tom Pacelli and Patricia Pacelli; her siblings Carmella Cole and Michael Casario.  Dolores is survived by her husband of 45 years Joseph J. Pacelli; her daughters Mimi and Ron Ellinghausen, Linda and Bill Fawcett Jr., Antonia Chiappini and Steve Mendelson and Romae and Kevin Pitzer; her grandchildren Bill and Debbie Fawcett, David and Leah Marsolo, Jesse and Danielle Fawcett, Tim and Abby Fawcett, Patrick Fawcett and Ryan Ellinghausen; her great-grandchildren Jacob, Vivian, Evyn, Sam, Cade, Micah, Colin and Elliot Fawcett, Nicana, Victoria, Aiyana and Romeo Marsolo; her sister Bonnie Dobrinick and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.  Honoring Dolores’s wishes there was no public viewing and funeral and entombment services were private in the Twin Valley Mausoleum, Delmont. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to a favorite Alzheimer’s Charitable Organization of one’s choice.  The John M. Dobrinick Funeral Home Inc., Trafford 412-372-3111 assisted the family with arrangements.  www.dobrinickfhinc.com

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