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Wm. R. Chase & Son Funeral Home

737 Chenango Street, Port Dickinson, NY

OBITUARY

Mary L. Furey

March 10, 1932October 24, 2019
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Mary L Furey, 87 of Binghamton, crossed over on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 11:11AM. In addition to her parents, Primo & Diana (Notari) Pascucci, she was predeceased by her husband, Paul Furey in 1991, her 3 brothers, Dino, Angelo, & Robert, and her feline companion, Bella. Nonni is survived by her children, Lisa & Daniel Williams and Paul & Sherrie Furey, grandchildren and the lights of her life, Alex & Abbey Williams, Elizabeth & Guilhem Cauchois, Juliana Williams & (GianPaolo Putrino), Joseph Furey & Jessica Furey, great grandchildren Giacomo, Enzo & Brooklynn, several nieces and nephews and special caregiver, Debbie Miller. Her parents immigrated from Italy and Nonni was born in the small town of Keystone, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Plains High School and met her future husband Paul in Old Forge, PA marrying in 1955. They traveled extensively, living in each state of the US, while Paul worked in the army bases and settled in Binghamton to start their family. Nonni always attracted a crowd with her sassy, sarcastic personality, she loved to cook, craft and socialize. Nonni was a homemaker and very hard worker, and was a Senior Companion at Broome Developmental Ctr. for over 20 years. She was a long time member of St. Mary’s of the Assumption and loved the people at Unity of the Southern Tier. A Funeral Mass will be offered on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 9:30AM at St Mary’s of the Assumption in Binghamton and burial will follow in Holy Spirit Cemetery. Please join to celebrate the life of our beautiful, strong, funny, sassy and marvelous Nonni on Monday, October 28, 2019 from 5-8PM at the WM. R. Chase & Son Funeral Home 737 Chenango St. Port Dickinson, NY 13901. Those wishing, kindly consider a memorial contribution in Nonni’s name to the National Kidney Foundation 11921, Rockville Pike Suite 300, Rockville MD. 20852.

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  • National Kidney Foundation

Services

  • Calling Hours Monday, October 28, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, October 29, 2019
  • Burial Tuesday, October 29, 2019

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Bethany Finch

November 14, 2019

It saddens me to learn of Mary's passing. I met her when I moved into 100 Chenango, for some unforeseen reason we became good friends. Whether it was eating lunch at Little Venice or listening to her talk about her family ( which I loved hearing about). She also was a jokester. She was a lady that I came to respect. Thank you for being my friend Mary.

Bonnie Guzenski

October 26, 2019

Dear Lisa, Dan, & Family,

I’ve known Mary, a long time. When moving to Binghamton, her and Paul helped us.
By telling us about the different areas.
I understood a lot of her Italian words, and jokes. Which always made me laugh.

She was full of fun, or a sarcastic remark.
When she made special Italian dishes, she would call to ask if , I wanted to learn how to make it or try some. She was a wonderful cook like her mother.
She was always kind and funny to be around.
We spent happy times together.
God Bless her, all her suffering is gone.
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Please Lord, help watch over her family.
Whom are left to figure out, how to get along without her.
Bonnie & Tony Guzenski

Ryan Beck

October 26, 2019

Nonni always made you feel special and she always had a quick wit and wink in her eye. I loved when she talked about cooking “Zucca” and how much she loved Paul. She was also a tough cookie when she had to have medical treatment, kept a positive attitude and maintained her smile and laughter. She was an exceptional person and will always bring me happy memories.

Nancy Donley

October 26, 2019

To my dear friend Lisa - I was fortunate to meet your mother through all our experiences at AERO Gymnastics. It was very obvious how much she loved and adored you and your children. She most certainly was sassy and a lot of fun. My most favorite memory was when during one of our gymnastic meets, your mother and I hid in the storage closet and shared a nice cold beer! I'm sure she will be hugging, enjoying and embracing all her other loved ones that have crossed over while still keeping a watchful eye on all her loved ones here. God Bless you and your family. - Nancy

Carol Dey

October 26, 2019

Your mom was such a special addition to our group at Unity in Endicott. I always looked forward to seeing you all there together on Sundays..I miss those days, and I know she's going to missed by all who knew her and had the privilege of being in her company....She will always be there with you in spirit
and please know my deepest sympathy and love are with you at this time...Blessings, your friend, Carol

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