Clipped From Ironwood Daily Globe
Mrs. Felix Raffalli Mrs, Felix Raffalli, 82, 315 Aver St., Ironwood, died Mon- the! day at Divine Infant following a lingering illness. The former Rosalie Shontell was born Feb. 3, 1892, at Crowing, Minn,, and attended schools there. She married David Rob-1 Sup-1 bins in 1907 and moved i treal in 1925. She lived in local area since then. In August, she married Felix Raffalli. She was a member of St. chad's Catholic Church. Surviving are her two sons, Elmer Bobbins, it-enton, Fla., and Walter Rob- jbins, Butle, Mont,; four daugh- City: tcr, Mrs. Howard' Fischer Bedford, III., Mrs Vivian Pair- onen, Hurley, and .Mrs, James j Bortolino, "Oregon, Wis.; 29 great-grand- children; one brother, I Shanlell, Zcphryhills, Fla., sisters, Mrs. ~ ' to ; two Sweet, Peter and Charles S. Zephryhills, and Mrs. Ada Capello, Bessemer. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 9 a.,m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Iromvood. Burial will be in crest Cemetery, Bessemer. The Frick-Zielinski Funeral Home, Bessemer, will open for visitation at 5 p.m. Wednesday.