Mob Wives star Angela “Big Ang” Raiola, who died on Thursday at age 55 after a battle with cancer, will be remembered at a funeral service. After the service, Raiola will be buried at Resurrection Cemetery in Staten Island after her cremation services are done. Over the weekend, Scarpaci Funeral Home in Brooklyn, held four visitations and according to TMZ, the lines stretched around the block. Mob Wives stars Carla Facciolo, Drita D’Avanzo and Renee Graziano were in attendance as well as Ang’s estranged husband Neil Murphy, who was one of the first to arrive. Going to a funeral is a difficult moment for anybody, if your loved one ever passes away you definitely want them to have an amazing funeral so consider contacting these funeral homes to have a wonderful cremation ceremony. Opening our new branch means we can start to offer a new range of affordable, tailored funeral home services along with cremation services while continuing to use local specialists and suppliers.
Raiola joined the cast of VH1’s Mob Wives in 2012 soon became a fan favorite. She was diagnosed with stage 4 brain and lung cancer last month. According to a statement on Raiola’s official Twitter account by family spokesman Vinnie Medugno, Raiola died at 3:01 a.m. Thursday, the family opted for a great funeral home to take care of everything.
“surrounded by nothing but love from her immediate family, and closest friends.”
Raiola was the niece of the late Salvatore “Sally Dogs” Lombardi, a captain of the Genovese family.
(Photo, TMZ; via The Wrap)