Mary Marchello Stewart
November 1, 1928 – June 5, 2020
Mary Marchello Stewart, 91, passed away peacefully on Friday June 5, 2020, at Rose Garden Nursing & Rehab in Toms River, NJ. Born in Rahway, NJ, Mary lived in Irvington and moved to Manchester 26 years ago. She had worked as a bank teller for 40 years and retired from Investors Savings in Toms River in 1990. Mary was on the banks bowling league and to say she enjoyed going to Atlantic City, was an understatement. Mary was predeceased by her first husband Vito, her brothers Frank, Al and Joe Cammarata and her sister Annie DiGangi. She is survived by her devoted children; Phyllis Ferra and her husband the late Dennis, Sal Marchello and his wife Jeannie, Josephine Terranova and her husband John and Maria Bennett and her husband Michael, her loving grandchildren; Michelle and her husband John Keeler, Michael and his wife Colleen, Nicholas and Marissa, and great grandchildren; Brianna, Gianna, John, Kharn, Kaylin and Salvatore. Mary is also survived by her good friends Lorretta Schuch and Fran Tizzano. Services will be private and under the direction of Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home in Manchester, NJ. Please visit www.andersoncampbellmanchester.com to offer condolences. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Saint Jude’s Children Research Hospital. The family would like to express their never ending gratitude to the staff at Rose Garden and Grace Hospice.
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Mary Marchello Stewart
June 17, 2020
Please accept my very deepest sympathy in the loss of Mary. What a beautiful lady with such a beautiful smile! Thank you for the privilege of caring for her. May your fond memories of Mary and her smile keep you at this very sad time. May Mary Rest In Peace.
Terri & Rich Wallace
June 8, 2020
To Josephine, John, and Family,
Sending our condolences to all of you on the passing of your dear Mom...She was blessed to have you all to love her as you were to feel her love. May she rest in peace and watch over you all now. God bless.
Love, with Sympathy and Friendship,
Terri and Rich
June 7, 2020
Sal and family, It is with an extreme heavy heart that I am writing this. I'm sorry I couldn't be there for Mary in her final days. I'm going to miss seeing her, eating meals with her, making her laugh and her making me laugh and smile and making her hearts. I wish I could give you all a big hug. Please reach out if you are in need of anything? I'm sad but I'm glad she no longer suffers in any way. Thank you for allowing me the pleasure to care for her.
All my love,