Obituary of Katrina Marie Scarpelli
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Katrina Marie Scarpelli, 32 of Folsom passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2023. Katrina was born in East Stroudsburg, PA and has been a lifelong resident of Folsom. She attended Folsom Elementary School followed by St. Joseph's High School and Hammonton High School. She was a good student, excellent athlete and altar server for many years. Katrina was a beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, aunt, cousin and friend. She enjoyed reading. She bought and read the newspaper every week. She loved cooking. She was always trying new recipes and loved sharing the food she made, with her family and friends. She was an avid gardener , who certainly had a green thumb. Katrina spent a lot of her time in nature. She enjoyed fishing and kayaking. Katrina loved the beach. She was a free spirit, always up for an adventure. She was a Dallas Cowboys fan and secretly liked the attention she got from being one. Katrina loved spending time with her family, and dressing up for the holidays. Katrina was loving and generous. She always had a kind word for a stranger. She was full of compliments and rooted for the underdog. Katrina was beautiful inside and out and will be missed greatly by her family and friends. She was predeceased by her grandfather, Joseph Anthony Scarpelli, and her brother, Anthony Scarpelli Jr. She is survived by her parents, Anthony and Sherry (Kapler) Scarpelli, two sisters, Nicolette Scarpelli DeCosta (Bruce), and Gabrielle Scarpelli (Charles Murray), her maternal grandmother, Elizabeth June Kapler (Davis), her maternal grandfather, John "Bo" Kapler, her paternal grandmother, Mary Ann Scarpelli (Cenatiempo), her nieces, Aria and Makenna, her nephew, Ethan and many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. A private Mass of Christian Burial was held at Our Lady of the Lakes R.C. Church in Colllings Lakes and burial was held at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Hammonton. Respects can be shown through prayers for Katrina