Carole Ann McMonagle

  • Born: December 20, 1950
  • Died: January 26, 2020
  • Location: Glenolden, Pennsylvania

Cavanagh Family Funeral Home

301 Chester Pike
Norwood, PA 19074

Tel. (610) 532-3120

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Carole Ann McMonagle, of Glenolden passed away surrounded by family peacefully on January 26, 2020 at the age of 69. She was born in Darby, to the late William & Norma (Caruso) Revelli.

Carole is survived by her beloved husband Tom; daughters Stephanie (Harry) Mackey, Michele (Jason) Fischer, Jennifer (Rick) Palacio; sons Michael Clay and Tommy McMonagle; grandchildren Colin, Maura, Mason, Bella and Jack and sister Joyce Revelli. She was predeceased by her brother William "Billy" Revelli.

Carole enjoyed spending time with family and friends, laughing, crocheting, music, going to the casino, enjoying summers on the beach and sharing stories. She was a dedicated Administrative Assistant at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Anesthesiology for 40 years.

Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation Thursday, January, 30 from 6:00-8:00 PM at Cavanagh Family Funeral Home, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood, PA. Another visitation will take place Friday, January 31, from 9:30-10:30 AM at St. Joseph's Church, 500 Woodlawn Ave, Collingdale, PA. Mass will begin at 10:30 AM followed by interment in Saints Peter & Paul Cemetery, Springfield, PA.


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Butterflies are free to fly... fly away in peace to join your mom your pop and your brother ... I will see you over the rainbow one day mom. I know you loved me with all your heart. We are at peace. I love you ❤

Posted by Jennifer Clay Palacio - Newark, DE - Daughter   February 01, 2020

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My dearest friend, I still can't believe you have got your wings fly high sweet angel, love you and so honoured to have had our years together.We laughed and cried together even if we are only on the internet talking, hours every day for so many years,it was like we were sitting together at the table having coffee and crocheting together. We finally met years later in Vegas oh my lovely Carole when I first saw you in real life you were are beautiful little pixie. I just can't believe that my soul sister has got her wings and flown away before me. I loved you and the time we had,you came into my life and made life so much better for you being there beautiful friend. Your wonderful family all treated me like their own and I send my love and prayers to you all.No words in this world can really tell you how I feel, and as you my Mc Monagle family I love you all and feel your sadness. Part of me is with you Caz, love you Rae Rae miss you Caz.
We will be together soon just save me a spot at the Casino We are the Champions. To the family I just wish I could be there with you all, but I just can't make the trip from Australia but I am with you all at this time.

Love and hugs to you all,I to am sharing my tears with you all.

Posted by Raelene Marriott - Australia - Family Friend   January 31, 2020

Although not my administrative assistant, I always valued Carole's positive attitude, her loyalty and all of her many contributions to the department. She will be greatly missed.

Posted by Rod and Maryellen Eckenhoff - Philadelphia, PA - Coworker   January 30, 2020

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My prayers go out the family. Carole was truly one of a kind. She will truly be missed. She was always FULL OF JOY when she spoke about her family. Her smile could light up a room. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Kiya Wesley - Lansdowne, PA - Coworker   January 30, 2020

The best neighbor I could ever have and what a sense of humor. I am really going to miss you. RIP Carole

Posted by Chris Pearce - Glenolden, PA - Friend   January 30, 2020

My dear friend Carole....you will be missed so much. They don't make co-workers like you anymore. You took me under your wing and kept me in stitches while we worked with each other for 13 years. I am still in shock, but Heaven has gained an angel! Until we meet again! My condolences to the McMonagle family!

Posted by Tiffany Pinkney - Philadelphia, PA - Coworker   January 28, 2020

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All our hearts are broken. What a great and funny lady we all lost. She will be miss dearly. ❤ Alice, Thomas,Jennifer.

Posted by Alice Agnew - Springfield, PA - Family Friend   January 28, 2020

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So many happy times at BVM and Prendie and growing up in Darby. Thanks for the memories, Carole. You were a good friend. Rest in peace!

Posted by Mary K. Lutz Ferris - Lansdowne, PA - Friend   January 28, 2020

To the most loyal admin assistant I ever had, I will miss you dearly. You were a friend and confidant. I loved stopping in to talk to you every chance I got. You got it done, done well, and with a smile. I looked forward to lunches with you and seeing you at my home every Christmas. RIP my dear friend.

Posted by Tom Floyd - Dallas, TX - Friend   January 28, 2020

My partner in crime has gained her wings...
It will never be the same ever without her, not at work or in every day life. However, even though she is gone, she will never be gone from our memories, our prayers as she will be with us in spirit watching over us all from above. I was upon the lucky ones to have known her, we were more than coworkers, more than friends we were and always will be family. Don't for a second doubt that she is not enjoying life from above with people she had lost along the way and doing her enjoyable activities while keeping an eye on all of us. If you close your eyes and listen you will hear her and your sadness will become a smile as she will be right there continuing her legacy that she left with all of us here on earth. My prayers continue go out to you and your family especially during this hard time. <3>

Posted by Heather Capuano - Philadelphia, PA - Friend   January 28, 2020


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My partner in crime has gained her wings... It will never be the same ever without her, not at work or in every day life. However, even though she is gone, she will never be gone from our memories, our prayers as she will be with us in spirit watching over us all from above. I was upon the lucky ones to have known her, we were more than coworkers, more than friends we were and always will be family. Don't for a second doubt that she is not enjoying life from above with people she had lost along the way and doing her enjoyable activities while keeping an eye on all of us. If you close your eyes and listen you will hear her and your sadness will become a smile as she will be right there continuing her legacy that she left with all of us here on earth. My prayers continue go out to you and your family especially during this hard time. <3
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