Bonnie Jean Multari

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Bonnie Jean Multari

Bonnie Jean Multari, 75, of Sharpsville, formerly a longtime resident of Sharon, passed away peacefully Sunday morning, Nov. 4, 2018, in Sharon Regional Medical Center.
Mrs. Multari was born Nov. 17, 1942, in Grove City, a daughter of John and Margaret "Peggy" (Timko) Rzepka. A lifelong area resident, she was a 1960 alumna of Sharon High School.
Bonnie was employed by Shawnee Optical, Hermitage, where she worked as an optician assistant for 20 years, retiring in 2010. She was also employed by several local retail stores, where she worked as a sales associate in the men's clothing department.
Bonnie was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Church, and previously a member of St. Adalbert Church, both of Farrell.
She enjoyed taking walks in Buhl Park, Hermitage, caring for her pet cats, Bailey and Heidi, and cooking for friends and family, especially her renowned stuffed cabbage.
A loving mother and wife, Bonnie also helped in raising her grandson, Santino, whom she affectionately called, "Tino." She enjoyed attending his baseball and hockey games.
Bonnie was an exceptionally caring person, and would regularly volunteer to help others, often by cleaning their homes.
She is survived by her beloved husband of 57 years, Lawrence A. "Taddy" Multari, whom she married Sept. 2, 1961, of Sharpsville; two sons, Mark L. (Michelle) Multari and Jon M. (Traci) Multari; a sister, Arlene Rzepka; and a grandson, Santino, M. Multari, all of Hermitage.
Bonnie was preceded in death by her parents.

MULTARI
Bonnie Jean, 75, of Sharpsville.
Calling hours: None, in keeping with her wishes. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.McGonigleFuneralHomeandCrematory.com.
Funeral: Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. Friday (11-9-18) in St. Adalbert Church, 1035 Fruit Ave., Farrell, with the Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.
Arrangements by J. BRADLEY MCGONIGLE FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY INC., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.
Published on November 5, 2018
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Nathan Offutt
Nov 08, 2018
Mark/Taddy and family,
I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. Your mom was always so nice to me at the store. She will be missed. Taddy, my prayers go out to you I know this is rough prayers for all you. Such a great family I’m glad I got to know Bonnie. My friendship with this family has been awesome and will continue. God has gained great angle!

Blessings,
Nate
Kathleen Moser
Nov 08, 2018
Dear Mark, Michelle and Tino,

Please accept our sympathy for the loss of your mother and grandmother. Our prayers are with you during this very difficult time.

Love,
Steve and Kathleeen
Dan Zolnier
Nov 07, 2018
My prayers and condolences are with you; so sorry to learn of Bonnie's passing.
Toots and Charlene Couzens Bowersock
Nov 06, 2018
We are very sad to hear of Bonnie's passing and wish to send condolences and prayers to Taddy, Mark, Jon and Arlene in remembrance of their loved one.
Kim Staul
Nov 06, 2018
My deepest condolences to the Multari family. We are all lifetime friends. I remember Bonnie so well. Just as sweet as she was beautiful. Keeping each and everyone one of you in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
LuAnn (DeMasy) Wittway
Nov 06, 2018
To all of the Multari family my deepest sympathy for you loss.
Mayor olive McKeithan
Nov 06, 2018
Went to school with her so sorry for your loss sending prayers
Ron Morsillo
Nov 06, 2018
Taddy and Arlene, I am so sorry for your loss. If I can help in any way let me know.
Beth McCracken Griffin
Nov 06, 2018
My sympathies to your family. You're in my prayers.
Charlotte Reaver
Nov 06, 2018
Sorry about your loss. Thoughts and prayers.
Ron Whetsel
Nov 05, 2018
Many, many memories of this truly memorable lady. She never got tired of a dozen or more teenagers (or younger, as we go back quite a way) constantly hanging out at her house...whether we were playing street hockey in front of her house on McClure, or playing football in the side yard on Shady Avenue. She was one of the 'cool moms', at a time when being a cool mom was not all that popular. She hauled us all over the valley before we got our driver's licenses, and I'm sure she would have gladly driven us off a cliff, we were so annoying. But, boy, if you ever made her mad, she let you have it...no matter whose kid you were. To Mark and Jon, my deepest sympathies. Your mom was truly one of the... best. We were all lucky to have grown up with her.Read more