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Mrs. Mary F. (Giarla) Tortorici

Mrs. Mary F. (Giarla) Tortorici
  • April 16, 1921 - February 23, 2020
  • Everett, Massachusetts

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I am sorry to have missed Mary's wake and funeral. I grew up next door to this great family and have many fond memories. Mary was a very kind and welcoming neighbor. She came to my mother's wake and my sister Margaret and I will always remember her kindness. The Tortoricis always had a big garden. Benny always had a smile and was very loving father.

Posted by: Karen Kelley (Cardello) - KITTERY POINT, ME - Family Friend   Jul 21, 2020

Celia, Dave, Maria, and Dorie, Words can not express our sorrow. We will miss Mary's smile and always positive outlook on life. She always told us when we saw her that we were family, and she always made us feel like we were. May fond memories help comfort you at this time.
Laureen and Kelly

Posted by: Kelly Moss - Danvers, MA   Feb 27, 2020

Celia I am so sorry about the loss of your mother. I have such great memories of her. She was a wonderful person. May she rest in peace. Sending Prayers to your whole family

Posted by: Jeanne Karvelas - RAYMOND, NH - Friend   Feb 26, 2020

Celia and David Im so sorry to hear about your mothers passing. May she Rest In Peace. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Posted by: Diana Wojcik - Friend   Feb 26, 2020

Celia, David and girls, I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's passing! She was always so sweet to me. I really enjoyed talking with her at all the kids party's. May she Rest In Peace. You are all in my thoughts and prayers!

Posted by: Patty Molinari - LEICESTER, MA - Friend   Feb 26, 2020

Sorry for the loss of your Mom, sister, Aunt. I Remember Mary well. Went to school with my sister. May God keep Mary in the palm of His hand.

Posted by: Lillian Lauretano Natola - Medford, MA, ME   Feb 26, 2020

Very sorry to hear of your mom's passing.
I spent many hours at her kitchen table with my mom. She was the last friend of the Friday morning shoppers. I am sure she was greeted with open arms.

Posted by: Linda D'Andrea O'Leary - Wakefield, NH   Feb 25, 2020