Ann M. Nappi

Ann M. Nappi

June 6, 2013

Ann Nappi, a resident of the Holy Family Residence, formerly of West Scranton, died Thursday afternoon in the residence.  She was the widow of August G. Nappi who died in 1981.

She was born in Scranton, daughter of the late Joseph and Nellie O’Shea.  She was educated in Scranton public schools.  She was a member of St. Patrick’s Church, West Scranton.  Prior to retirement she had been employed in the cafeteria at West Scranton High School.

She loved dancing and the students at West Scranton High School.  She was a loving and caring mother, grandmother and friend. The family would like to thank the little sisters of the poor and the entire staff at Holy Family for their loving and dedicated care of Ann.

Surviving are a son Patrick J. Nappi and his wife Debbie; a granddaughter Carissa Burnside;  great grandchildren Kellan and Brennan Burnside; several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her siblings Mary Malsom, Helen Rose, Joseph and John O’Shea.

Viewing and Mass of Christian Burial was held privately at the Holy Family Residence.

Interment took place in Cathedral Cemetery.

Memorial contributions should be made to the Little Sisters of the Poor c/o Holy Family Residence 2500 Adams Ave. Scranton 18509.

To send the family an online condolence please visit

Arrangements have been entrusted to and are under the care and direction of the Vanston and James Funeral Home, Scranton.


One Comment

  1. John F. Igoe Jr.

    Dear Pat and Family,
    My deepest condolences on the passing of your Mom, Ann. She was a lovely lady that I will always consider to be a friend. Pat you were always there for her. She was so fortunate to have raised a son that never failed to ensure she was attended to with love and respect.
    I ask our Lord to take Ann into his kingdom and grant her eternal rest.
    I am sorry that I was out of town and was not able to pay my respect in person to your Mom and you at this difficult time. Please know I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers for healing.
    If you have a minute when things calm down, please call me I would love to talk with you for just a minute.

    John Igoe Jr. 570-561-3313

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