Carol Rivella

Obituary of Carol A. Rivella

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Whitehouse Station, NJ

Carol A. Rivella,  age 80, passed away at her home, on Saturday, September 2, 2023.  She was born on September 17, 1942 in Plainfield to Frank and Frances Hall

Carol was a devoted mother, grandmother,  greatgrandmother and  great great grandmother. Carol loved to crochet and cook.  One of her greatest pleasures was to feed everyone.

Carol was predeceased by her husband John, her son John and son-in-law Joe Okenka.

Carol is survived by her son and his wife Louie and Jane Rivella, daughters and their husbands Carol and Rudy Nelson, Lisa and Vernon McLaughlin and daughter Francine Rivella; grandchildren Heather and Carol Ann and Christina Rivella, Jason Nelson and his wife Brittany Dunphy,Rudy, Troy and Amber Nelson, Amanda and her husband Anthony Lopez, Joseph Okenka and Michael Schapley; great grandchildren Javier, Madison, Alex, Allison and Mariah Martinez, Anthony and Alijah Lopez, Paisley and Ryleigh Algar, Colten Rider, Asher Faust; and great great grandchild Elia Martinez.  Carol is also survived by her sisters Arlene Oakly, Kathy Smith and husband Donald Smith.

Arrangements are private.

                                                     “Forever in our Hearts”


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1942 - 2023

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