Mary J Cestaro
June 24, 1938 – January 27, 2019
Mary J Cestaro was born on June 24, 1938 and passed away on January 27, 2019 in PAOLI, Pennsylvania.
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Mary J Cestaro
Nina & Mia Cestaro
January 31, 2019
In 2005, we were expecting our first child. We decided to have an amniocentesis performed because of my advanced maternal age. Doctors warned us of the risks. On the day that I was expecting results, Bill was going to be at work and I would be alone. All of a sudden I hear a knock at the door and there is Mary with a bag of gifts wearing sunglasses. What a surprise!!! She never told me she was coming. The minute I saw her I knew why! She knew if she told me she was coming I would tell her not to come or worry, so she didn't tell me she was coming. She didn't want me to be alone JUST in case the results were not good. Unfortunately, the results were not released on that day as expected but I will never forget her thoghtfulness. We sat there and talked about everything. We received the results the very next day and we were so thankful that they came back 100% GOOD! She was there for us every step of the way up until when Mia was born at 28 weeks. Bill and Mary came to the hospital which was over one hour a way the same day Mia was born by emergency c-section in October 2005. That was a HUGE surprise. They came that long way knowing they might have to leave quickly because visiting hours would be ending. We will never forget Mary and I ALREADY KNOW she is watching over us from up above!!!! She's a beautiful angel now. We love you. Love Nina and Mia Cestaro
January 29, 2019
I met Mary (Aunt Mary) some years ago at Mary Elizabeth Vollono's wedding. Mary was my mother Lorraines sister. I was sitting at a table when she came over and introduced herself, I thought to myself how beautiful she was. She spoke to me a bit and introduced me to family I had never met. I thought to myself what an amazing women she must be and her kindness was never forgotten. My condolences to your family for the loss of an amazing women.