OBITUARY

MaryAnn E. Carollo

September 10, 1941March 24, 2021

Mary Ann E. Carollo (nee Russoniello) of East Hanover, passed away on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, in the Morristown Medical Center. She was 79 years old.

Born and raised in Newark, she moved to East Hanover in 1976.

Mary Ann worked over 40 years as a bookkeeper retiring two years ago from NJ Life & Casualty in Livingston. She also did bookkeeping for the East Hanover Seniors for which she was a member for many years.

She was the beloved wife of James M. Carollo and loving mother of Jeffery Carollo and Jennifer Lear and her husband Joseph.

A Memorial Mass will be offered on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 in St. Rose of Lima Church at 11 am followed by the inurnment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, both in East Hanover.

Services

  • Memorial Mass

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021

  • Inurnment

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Memories

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Michael Pizzi

March 31, 2021

Dear Jimmy, I was so sorry to hear about your beloved Maryann passing. My deepest condolences to You and your Family in your time of sorrow. May She Rest in Peace and God Bless all of You.

Joe Russoniello

March 31, 2021

Our Condolences to the entire family
RIP Maryann

Karen Ritchings

March 31, 2021

Wonderful memories of looking up to Mary Ann as my older cousin, having young babies, sharing holidays, playing cards...and so many laughs...Godspeed❤️🌺

Barbara Von Tersch

March 31, 2021

RIP Beloved cousin!

Mario Galli

March 30, 2021

thinking of you guys and the family love Mario

Carol Mazzara

March 27, 2021

My best friend for 47 years, I’ll miss you terribly and hope to see you again.

Bye for now.
Love,

Carol

Rosemary Menger

March 25, 2021

My dear Aunt Mary Ann: I will remember our conversations and lunches. The good times we shared at my house with you and Uncle Jim will always be a treasured memory. Family is all about love, and we love you. Jimmy and I will miss you, and may you rest in peace. Our love to Uncle Jim, Jennifer, Joe and Jeffrey, and may you find comfort and support in your family and friends at this most difficult time. Love Always your niece Roe & nephew Jimmy.