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Anita Rapien March 4, 1945 - May 27, 2019


Anita M. Rapien

Rapien, Anita M. age 74, passed away on May 27, 2019.

Anita was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Joseph and Maxine Rapien. She was preceded in death by parents; sister, Nanette Schneider; brother-in-law, Woody Gleason.

Anita is survived by sister, Suzanne Gleason and Gerald (Cheryl) Rapien; nieces and nephews; Anita will be loved and cherished by a host of family and friends. Anita devoted her entire life to working as a Missionary in Jamaica, Haiti and the Philippines.

Services for Ms Anita Rapien are Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 11:00 in The Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Chapel

Map to the Chapel Mausoleum

Services for Ms Anita Rapien are pending.


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    Diane Mansmann says

    It is with sorrow that I finally was able to find Anita. I have been asking everyone I knew or thought would be able to contact her but to no avail. Anita was one of my bridesmaids in my wedding in 1974. I first met her in the convent and was drawn to her sincerity, kindness and loyalty. May we once again meet again in heaven when my time comes. I love you Anita. Rest well. I feel like I’ve finally found you.

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    Robert Anthony Edwards says

    Anita was another kind soul! Anita came to stay with our Christian missionary family back in 1976 in Jamaica. She eventually moved with us to Haiti in 1977 and worked alongside the family doing missionary work. Anita eventually moved on to do other missionary work but before she left she gave me a beautifully framed Picture she had drawn for me. I still have that picture. Anita is a wonderful sample of Kindness, Honesty, dedication and with christian values! I will see her in Heaven!

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    Christine Joy Ogatis says

    My deepest condolences to the family, Sister Anita Rapien has given her life to us here at Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ Tibiao, Antique, Philippines for a long years. Thank you auntie nitz for the memories, I will never forget all you’ve teach us since I was a child. I will never forget the day when you give your time to witness my college graduation day. It’s so heartbreaking but I know you’re happy wherever you are right now. Your always be missed and love 💖.

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