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1932 Julia 2020

Julia M. Raineri

May 21, 1932 — February 2, 2020

Julia M. Raineri, 87, a longtime resident of Wilkes-Barre passed away on Sunday, February 2, 2020.

Born May 21, 1932 she was a daughter of the late Anthony and Bertha Gossart Madden of Harvey's Lake.

A graduate of Pringle High School, Julia continued her education and retired from Mercy Hospital where she was a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Julia was a strong woman who lived life to its fullest. She was proud of her Irish heritage and enjoyed spending time with people, shopping and playing in the casinos at Mohegan Sun and Atlantic City. Her family was most important.

The love of her life, Julia's husband of fifty-one years, William C. Raineri, with whom she enjoyed countless drives to Penn Lake and Atlantic City, died on August 18, 2004. A daughter, Carol Paglianite; brothers, Anthony and James Madden; and sisters, Patricia Uzdilla, Ann Fox, Alberta Rembish and Marion Williams, also preceded her in death.

She will be greatly missed by her sons; Dr. William and his wife Mary of Liverpool, New York, Anthony and his wife Gina of Shavertown, and Charles and his wife Erin of Bethlehem; daughters, Tina and her husband George Tomascik of Florida, and Suzy and her husband Dennis Koshier of Las Vegas, Nevada; grandchildren, Jennifer, Kristen, Beth, George, Anthony, Gino, Mia, Samuel, and Benjamin; great-grandchildren, Greyson, Cole, Lilly, Rowan, and Gianna; a sister, Theresa Androckitis; nieces, nephews, other family and friends.

Julia's entire family is thankful for the loving, compassionate care she received from her daughter-in-law, Gina, and the staff of Meadows Nursing Center.

Julia's family will celebrate her life privately.

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