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Angela Trotta Sperrazza

Angela Trotta Sperrazza of West Pittston passed away at home, surrounded by her family, on Tuesday, October 6, 2020.

Angela was born on January 1, 1930 to the late Liberato and Rose Augustine Trotta. After graduating from Old Forge High School, she completed one year of nursing school in Scranton. While raising their five children, Angela and her husband Frank owned and operated Sperrazza’s Market, a family grocery store on Main Street in Pittston. Later in life she had a successful career as a realtor, working for both Steamtown Realty and Atlas Realty.

In addition to her parents, Angela was preceded in death by her husband, Frank J. Sperrazza; sisters Rose (Dolly) Sabatelli, Carmella Trotta, and Sylvia Trotta.

Surviving are her children, Santo, Swoyersville; Narda, West Pittston; Leo and wife Lu-Ann, West Pittston; Jimmy and wife Renee, West Pittston; and Rose and husband David Tuttle, Chicago, Illinois. Also surviving are grandchildren, Frank Santo Sperrazza,

Scranton; Frank Sperrazza and wife Jaclyn, Bethlehem, PA; Angela Sperrazza, Exeter; and Liberato Sperrazza, West Pittston; great-grandchildren, Siena, Antonella, and Rhys Sperrazza; and sister Urania (Ronnie) Cimino, Old Forge; nieces and nephews.

The funeral Mass and services for Angela are private at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements are entrusted to Adonizio Funeral Home, LLC, 251 William Street, Pittston.

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Oct 12, 2020

Narda and family, so sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. May she rest in peace! Love, Shawn Irvin


Oct 09, 2020

Narda: I was so very sorry to hear your mother passed away. She was such a nice lady. I always liked talking with her whenever I got the chance. I'm sure you will miss her so. I miss seeing her at your house. I'll remember her in my prayers. May she forever rest in peace. God bless the both of you.


Oct 08, 2020

Our deepest sympathy. Fred Pierantoni III


Oct 08, 2020

Angela was a woman of courage and compassion. She was a strong woman who never took a back seat to anyone. She spoke her mind and you always knew where she stood on things.

And yet her Love for family was always foremost in Her heart .

I'm proud to say we had pleasure of knowing her.

Charlie and Karen Adonizio

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