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Shiela Vivian Rulong

Shiela Vivian Rulong 90 of Roscoe, passed away on Tuesday December 29, 2020 at her home. Born in Pittsburgh on February 2, 1930, a daughter of Kenneth and Florence Vercoe Wright.

Shiela had worked for a time at the former Corning Glass where she was a selector. She was a ceramics teacher and had owned her own shop. At the age of 65 she decided to go back to school and became a licensed manicurist. She was a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxilliary Post #801 Roscoe, was a life long resident of the 5 town area, had served on the Allenport Council and was treasurer.  Shiela loved Jesus Christ and reading the bible daily. Loved her family and was a devoted mother and grandmother.  A very talented artist, and an avid gardener and bingo player. She love children and animals and was the glue in keeping her family together.

Surviving are 2 sons; Harry C. (Nancy) Rulong of St. Cloud, FL and Richard (Rick) Rulong of Sumter, S.C., 2 daughters; Kenny Dale (John) Molinaro of Washington and Jacqueline M. Righetti of Roscoe, 9 grandchildren Melanie Davis, Stacy Rulong, John Rulong, Jason Rulong, Bryan Rulong, Steven Rulong, Erika Robaugh, Sara Craig and Alison Righetti, 1 brother John A. Wright and 2 sisters; Darlene Ballog and Billie Jean Bowman, along with 15 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 43 yrs, Harry E. Rulong, 3 brothers; Kenneth Wright, twin infants Henry and Richard Wright, 2 sisters; Saundra VanDivner and Diane Ketvertes and lastly the woman that raised her, Minnie Wright.

Visitation and services were private and interment was held at Howe Cemetery, Long Branch. The family requests that any memorials in Shiela’s name be made to any local animal shelter or animal rescue league.




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Deepest sympathy to you and yours. God grant you peace.

Chris and Sally Josephites Todd Jan 28 2021 12:00 AM

Just one??? I have sooo many memories running thru my head right now. She was a special woman. I remember her giving us heck... many times I dont know why, Kenny, we were perfect kids! Sleepovers and camping come to mind. She was a strong woman in all ways.. especially when it came to her loved ones. She will be missed. Keep her memories close and allow her to bring a smile to your face

Barbara Gismondi Jan 26 2021 12:00 AM

Deepest sympathy for your loss. Loved talking to shiela at bingo! She will be missed! Shes in heaven with her husband. Bet shes telling him all about her ventures here. She was a lady who always spoke her mind! Hugs & love,

Darvi Allen Jan 1 2021 12:00 AM

Sending our deepest condolences and prayers to her family. She will be missed by both my mother and I at bingo. We both enjoyed our conversations with her. Being a veteran myself, I also enjoyed hearing her tell me about her husband who had served. She had a steadfast faith in God and loved her family, friends, and pets.

Salko family Jan 1 2021 12:00 AM