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Sorrentino RaffaellaSORRENTINO, Raffaella - Raffaella Sorrentino was born on February 1, 1943 in Gesualdo, Avellino, Italy and passed away on June 17, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the age of 78 years.

Raffaella was predeceased by her beloved husband Antonio. She is the loving mother of Basilio (Immacolata) and Tony (Amy Marlene).

Cherished Nonna of Lorenzo, Bethlina, Talia and Annalise.

Loving sister of Olga (Pietro Grella), Gloria Morra, Marcello La Mura (Patricia) and sister in law of Antonietta La Mura, and she was predeceased by her brothers Francesco La Mura and Ruggero La Mura. Beloved Zia to many nieces and nephews.

Raffaella will be loved, deeply missed and forever remembered by all of her family and friends.

A very special thank you to the all of the staff and caregivers at the O’Neill Centre for the ongoing care that you have provide for many years.

The Sorrentino family greatly appreciate your gestures of sympathy and condolences at this very difficult time. Due to the current COVID – 19 restrictions the Funeral Mass and the Burial Service will remain private for the family. Arrangements are entrusted with Jerrett Funeral Home, St. Clair Chapel.  Due to the current restrictions, everyone will need to RSVP to the visitation session they would like to attend. RSVP on the funeral home website.

If desired, donations in Memory of Raffaella Sorrentino may be made to the Alzheimer Society.

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