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MaryRose Campenni

MaryRose Campenni, 58, of West Pittston, passed away unexpectedly at home Sunday, June 23, 2024.


Born in Kingston on November 29, 1965, she was the daughter of the late James and Rosemary Hamlin Campenni.

 

MaryRose was affectionately known by family and friends as “Doobee” or “Dink”.  She was a graduate of Wyoming Area High School.  She had various jobs, most recently working in Customer Service for Cintas.  She was a mean pitch player, she had huge heart and she lived life the way she wanted.


She was well known and had many friends, but her family, especially her nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephew, brought her most joy. 

 

Surviving are her siblings, Karen Aritz (Sam), Exeter; Lori Campenni, West Pittston; and Atty. Thomas Campenni (Chrissy), West Pittston; nieces and nephews, Ashley Moska (Bernie); Alyssa Merkel (Karl); Julian Campenni; and Samara, Lucia and Ella Campenni; great nieces and a great nephew; an uncle, aunts, cousins, and her beloved dog, Bella.

 

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, July 1, 2024 at 11am in Corpus Christi Parish, 605 Luzerne Avenue, West Pittston.  The family will receive friends and relatives in church from 9:30am until time of mass.  Interment, St. Mary Help of Christians Cemetery, Chapel Street, Pittston.  Arrangements are entrusted to Adonizio Funeral Home, LLC, Pittston. 


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Jason Allabaugh
Jason Allabaugh
Jun 29

So sorry for the loss of Maryrose. I worked with her at RCN and Travelocity...

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sunflowers1303
Jun 27

I am so sorry to see this. I worked with Maryrose a few years ago at CVS Caremark. She was very sweet and kind and she always had a smile to share with everyone around her . May she rest in peace . My condolences to her family and friends

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idaanddan9
Jun 26

Karen,LoriandTommy,

So sorry for your loss 🙏

May her memory give you some peace

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wpgoldy
wpgoldy
Jun 26

Karen, Tom and Lori and family, we offer our sincere condolences to all of you on your loss, cherish all the great memories.

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lynottchris7
Jun 26

Karen, Lori, Tommy and family,

Sharing your sadness and grief in the loss of Doobee. I can still see her running around in our back yard on Broad Street while visiting your grandparents. She was such a happy, spunky little girl. So happy we got to spend time with her recently and reminisce. Take comfort that she is now with those she loved and missed so much.

LOVE THAT FACE🙏

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