Frank E. Campbell - The Funeral Chapel

1076 Madison Ave, New York, NY


Maria Marcano

31 May, 19514 May, 2020
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Maria "Toñi" Vega-Marcano, daughter of the late Miguel & Carmen (Santiago) Vega, was born in New York City, NY on May 31, 1951 and departed this life on May 4, 2020 in NYC.

Her beautiful life will always be remembered and cherished by her daughters Madalyn and Lisa, her husband Danny, grandson Lucas Ray, son-in-law Joel, and siblings: Leonor, Freddy, Joe, Mike, Danny, Gloria and Wilfredo along a host of devoted nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her brother Luis (Gui) and her sisters; Judy and Gladys.

Maria was retired from the Board of Education, where she worked as an Attendance Coordinator and Vice President of the PTA at P.S.31. Maria loved to make people smile and feel good by way of her creative abilities, specifically on their birthdays. She was happiest when sitting on a beach, listening to music. The real love of Maria’s life was her family, specifically her “lil’ guy”, Lucas. Her influence will forever remain in the lives of all those who knew her.

Funeral arrangements by Frank E. Campbell - The Funeral Chapel.


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monica campoverde

20 May 2020

She was a great person and will be missed.

Liza Gourdine

20 May 2020

Maria I miss you so much. Even if we didn't speak for days or months, it was like we never stopped talking. Our long phone conversations , our Pepsi jokes (inside personal jokes). Please rest in peace together with your family. I love you girly and always will

Nancy Vidro

19 May 2020

I will never forget you my best friend and my confident. We shared so many memories, our work together at SSA, our lunches at your house, my baby shower given by you, our childrens ups and downs, and even at the distance our phone calls for hours, we laughed, we cried, and it always felt like we were seeing each other again. I owe you the sopitas con salcichon that you loved. Until we see each other again.

Rose Vega

19 May 2020

Maria loved her family and we loved her. Thank you for being my sister. My heart 💜 is filled with lots of love and laughter from all of our blessings. I know I will be with you one day.

Like the Great Grandmo, Love you too much 💕