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Rosemary J Palumbo

September 30, 1940July 22, 2020

Rosemary J Palumbo was born on September 30, 1940 and passed away on July 22, 2020 and is under the care of Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home.

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Christina Trandicosta Spatz

July 30, 2020

I wish to express my condolences to Laura, Christine, Mary, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

As a child, Aunt Mary always treated me kindly and welcomed me into her home with opened arms (during summer visits to Chicago). As an adult, we spoke every few months and on special occasions...always reminiscing and creating laughter.

I shall deeply miss our pleasant conversations, Aunt Mary's sense of humor, and her contagious laugh. May God bless her soul.

Sam Verdi o

July 27, 2020

Dear Aunt Mary,
Thank you for being such a wonderful Aunt to me and my kids. Thank you for always being there for me and for always willing to lend a helping hand and most of all, thank you for being a loving aunt and for being a second mom to me.
I will truly miss you.
May you Rest In Peace.
I Love you,
Sam Verdino

Jennie & Rodney Judge

July 26, 2020

Aunt Mary, you were always more than an aunt to me. I was blessed, to have you as a second mom. You were always there for me. I will always remember all the fun times we had.
Some of my favorite memories of our times together include making Italian cookies; bread; just cooking together; listening to music and dancing down memory lane.
You were there for me along with aunt Geri & aunt Connie during my dad & mom’s last days.
You and your daughter, Laura were there for me and helped me during several difficult times in my life.
You will always be in my heart & memories. I will always be blessed to have had you in my life.
May you Rest In Peace.
Love Always,
Jennie Judge

Anna (Nina) Trandicosta

July 25, 2020

I remember Mary best as a happy teenager with a big heart who loved animals and loved to dance.
God bless you, Mary, for all you've endured in your lifetime. May He and His Angels give you all the hugs you missed when you were here.
I love you,

Geri Lollino

July 25, 2020

I am Mary’s youngest sister. I remember when she was going into labor with her first child, I stepped in as substitute for her husband who was unavailable at the time. A cab was called and the rest is history. Over the years there have been moments of laughter and tears. Now her earthly sorrows are over. May she Rest In Peace.
The photo shows all her siblings and two nephews in happier days.

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