Etta Pearl Mutigli

Born: 11/20/1928 Passed:

Our loving mother, Etta Pearl Mutigli, formerly of Waynesburg, Ohio, fell asleep in death at 92 years of age on Tuesday, February 23, 2021.  Our mother will be dearly missed by all.  She was a wonderful homemaker and cook.  She captured our hearts by her wisdom in life.  Her favorite words to her children were: “you better listen to your mama”.  She loved reading, especially God’s Word, singing, and enjoyed playing the guitar.  We cherish her stories about family and friends.  She had a profound love for animals, especially dogs.  She was always there for those needing help.   She will be remembered for being an outstanding, loving mother, and grandmother and “GG”.  We are grateful to our God for blessing us with such a beautiful soul.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband Ray “Daddy Ray” Mutigli, and son Frank M. (Elaine) Longo.

She is survived by her children, Karen N. (Greg) Maust, Richard L. (Martha) Longo, Pammy R. (Jeff) Emrich, and Aladeno Renato Mutigli, 13 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Carroll County Humane Society via their web site. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at

Heritage Cremation Society




4 Tributes to Etta Pearl Mutigli

  1. Cindy Mutigli says:

    May she rest in Heaven. So many good memories. May you all get a smile when you think of those conversations that ended with “you better listen to your Mama”!

    Love to all – Cindy Mutigli, Scott, Kellie, Rylie and Brooklyn Smith

    • Your loving daughter says:

      Mama, I will always carry you in my heart and will be waiting for you in a beautiful world where we can live forever with no sickness or death, until then I know you are in Gods memory and he will long to bring you back , I love you.????????‍????

  2. Sandy Hare (Nitas daughter) says:

    Sure did love that woman always was funny and loving.

  3. judy dearth says:

    Such a great soul and blessing to have met her. Forever grateful for her sharing with me her wedding soup recipe. You know she was blessed by God to be taken in her sleep. Till we meet again.,Love & Blessings
    Judy Dearth

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