February 26, 1925 – July 25, 2020
Pearl V Parlapiano 95, Went to be with the Lord on July 25, 2020, She was Born February 26, 1925 in Canon City, Co to Parents Rocco DiOrio and Assunta Merlino. She married Mike J Parlapiano on February 20, 1954. Survived By Her children Michael(Raeann) Parlapiano, Dianne Parlapiano, Christina (Joey) Waggoner, 2 Grandchildren, Dawn Parlapiano, Trystan Waggoner, 3 great Grandchildren, Izabella Parlapiano-Lovos, Alexandria Gonzalez, Emilia Gonzalez, Preceded in death Husband Mike J Parlapiano, and Numerous family members. Pearl loved Sunday Family dinners, Spending time in the Sunshine, working crossword puzzles and reading.
- Survived By Her children Michael(Raeann) Parlapiano, Dianne Parlapiano, Christina (Joey) Waggoner, 2 Grandchildren, Dawn Parlapiano, Trystan Waggoner, 3 great Grandchildren, Izabella Parlapiano-Lovos, Alexandria Gonzalez, Emilia Gonzalez.
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August 3, 2020
Pearl and I lived four houses apart on the same block for more than 50 years. We kept each other updated on the happenings on the block. I'll sure miss visiting with her!
August 1, 2020
Aunt Pearl welcomed you into her home with open arms, open heart, and open refrigerator (it's an Italian thing). I can still hear her laughter, a giggle that warmed your heart and made you giggle too. She didn't worry about things she couldn't change, "Oh well, what can you do?" was her response. Always a ball of energy, she was the last to sit down to eat, but the first to give you a hug. And oh what wonderful hugs. I love you, Aunt Pearl.
July 31, 2020
I remember Mrs. Parlipiano as a very caring, loving and accepting person, she and Mr. Parlipiano were always very welcoming when i came over. When I was preparing to leave Pueblo, I talked to several mothers of my friends for their recipes of various Italian dishes. I teased her, when i asked for her Pizzelle recipe. I told her not to do the Italian way, to leave out a key ingredient, or alter the recipe so that she still had the best. She laughed and said she would not do that. Maybe it was her special love that made her cookies taste better than mine, even though using her recipe, maybe. I have never forgot her or the family no matter where in the world i was. The world is a better place because of her. Love Scott
July 30, 2020
Dianne and Mike I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a wonderful woman.
Izabella Parlapiano Lovos
July 29, 2020
Hi I’m Izabella Pearl Parlapiano’s First great granddaughters. Ever since I was 5 when I came me and her would play a board game and I would stay the week with her.
I was sad when she passed and I’m still not sure if I could go to the funeral. Made on July 28 at 11:26 pm
July 28, 2020
My mother was quite, but very strong. She made sure we never went hungry, as all Italian mothers do. She loved being outside in the sunshine, reading her James Patterson books, doing puzzles, and of course playing cards even if she cheated. I will always remember her standing at the back door waving good bye, as we left the house. Goodbye Mom see you later. I love you....