Margaret G. Amoroso
January 9, 1926 – September 26, 2020
MARGARET G. AMOROSO (nee Longo). The marvelous Marge Longo Amoroso, beloved mother of six, died peacefully on September 26 at the age of 94. Her smile was contagious and admired by all who knew and loved her over the decades. Marge met her handsome husband Sam Amoroso of Murray Hill on a blind date and they spent over 70 years dancing, laughing and cooking while creating a beautiful Italian family together. Marge will be dearly missed by her six children, Carmen (Janie), Susan Abruzzo (Dan), Michael (Rita), Sandy, Joseph (Susan) and John, her five grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Sam preceded her in death in January 2018. She is also the last of the Longo siblings (10) to pass. Throughout her active years Marge enjoyed spending time with her bowling league, her pinochle club and her ladies golf league. She was a devoted member of Holy Redeemer Church where she faithfully worshipped, spent quiet time in prayer, and also enjoyed volunteering into her 90’s, Marge had many joys and blessings during her long and mostly healthy life. Her grandchildren and over the last 18 years her great grandchildren were the source of much laughter and excitement. She took great pride in their accomplishments and she passed down her big smile to all of them! Marge was an avid fan of all Cleveland sports teams. She especially loved cheering on the Indians where she always had her favorite players and often “coached” them through her TV. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions may be made in Marge’s memory to Holy Redeemer Church 15712 Kipling Ave. Cleveland, 44110 where relatives and friends are invited to gather for the Mass of Christian Burial 11:30 AM Saturday October 3rd. Interment All Souls Cemetery. Online guest book and condolences www.diciccoandsonsfh.com
Holy Redeemer Church
15712 Kipling Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44110
Mass of Christian Burial
Saturday, October 3, 2020
Margaret G. Amoroso
October 2, 2020
The Hach and Amoroso families were joined together when my family moved to Indian Hills in the early 1960s. Joe and I got together and the rest was history.
I enjoyed many good times at the Amoroso home, as I got to know the whole family. That was a big family to know and it took a while but Joe's Mom and Dad were always there, steering the ship and inspiring us boys with good "Blue Collar" values.
As time progressed we all grew to know and admire Mrs. Amoroso. Always kind and caring and always trying to keep us boys out of trouble.
Her intentions were always pure and Christian inspired. God Knows "Mama Tried" to keep us on the straight and narrow path.
She lived a full life and made a tremendous impression on us all.
We will miss her greatly. The very best wishes and condolences to the Amoroso family as we celebrate her great life and legacy.
Beth L. Perry
September 30, 2020
I was one of Marge's caregivers on the Fountains. What a lovely lady! She will be missed.