Riverside - Anna Marshall Prisco age 98 of Riverside passed away peacefully on June 14, 2021 surrounded by her loving family. A native of Brown Street in the Cambridge Section of Delran, Anna was a 1940 graduate of Palmyra High School. Anna was the daughter of Joseph and Anna Rudolph- Marshall. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, William C. Marshall, his wife, Katherine and her great-granddaughter, Melissa Malecki.
On September 4, 1943, Anna married the love of her life, Joseph H. Prisco. They were wed for fifty-seven wonderful years. She is survived by five children: Joanne Prisco-Mongon, Sandra Prisco-Santino (John), Linda Prisco, Joseph M. Prisco Sr. (Brenda), and Marianne Prisco-Daddino (Tom) who is best known as Anna's right hand man!
Anna is grandmother to fourteen: John J. Mongon Sr. (Debbie), Michael W. Mongon (Katy), Robert Guarino (Raquel), Jason Guarino (Sandy), Brian Guarino, Ron K. Brock (Lorena), Shawn Brock (Anna), Christopher Brock (Alexis), Joseph Prisco Jr., Michael Prisco, Anthony Prisco (Angela), T.J. Daddino (Nikki), Tony Daddino, and her sweet granddaughter - the one that broke the streak- Jessica Daddino.
Addionally, Anna is great-grandmother to twenty-nine: Nicole Potts (Dean), John Mongon Jr. (Melanie), Gregory Mongon, Marissa, Dominic & Antonio Mongon; R.J., Nick, Anthony, Matthew, Sophia, and Joceyln Guarino; Julia, Enzo, Caitlyn, Giada, Hadley and Harlow Brock; Lilyan, BaeLyn, Loranzo, Naqon, Noah Prisco; Rhiannon Mattingly; Megan Mehler, Tom, Danny, AvaAnne and Joe Daddino. Anna is great-great-grandmother to five: Laci and Dino Potts, Brielle, John Thomas, and Jace Mongon. Anna is also survived by her niece, JoAnn Kolwicz and her nephews, William Marshall (Rosemary) and David Marshall (Yvette).
Anna lived a full life. During World War II she was employed by the Riverside Metal Company photographing brass samples for US Navy shell casings. She later worked for B.F. Goodrich and finally retired from Zurbrugg Memorial Hospital where she was a patient accounts supervisor. In retirement, Anna and Joe traveled the United States in their camper and enjoyed such sights as the Grand Canyon. Love of warm weather led them to winter in Florida for twenty-three years.
Visitation on Friday, June 18, 2021 at Lankenau Funeral Home, 305 Bridgeboro Street, Riverside, NJ from 9 to 10:30 A.M. Liturgy of Christian Burial Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 A.M. at
St. Joseph's Church
805 Warren St.
Burial at St. Peter's Cemetery