Mary G D'Amico

February 10, 1920January 8, 2021

Mary G. (Falcone) D'Amico, 100, passed away January 8, 2021.

She was a daughter of the late Danato and Annunciata (DeMarco) Falcone, and wife of the late Louis A. D’Amico, whom she married on June 1, 1946. They resided in Pawtucket for over 50 years until Louis’s passing in 1997.

Mary had two children, Richard A. D’Amico and his wife Rebecca, and Ronald L. D’Amico and his wife Irene, both of South Kingstown; grandmother of Bria Wilber, Richie D’Amico, Jenna D’Amico and Zachary D’Amico; great-grandmother of Ayla and Maylie Wilber; sister of the late Carmella Rossi, Lena Benjamin, William Falcone and Beatrice Belisle.

Mary worked for the Employee Group Insurance Company and was a secretary at St. Maria Goretti Church in Pawtucket. She had worked for the State of RI Dept. of Taxation, retiring at age 65. She enjoyed her retirement for over 35 years where she lived in both RI and FL playing golf and tennis with her sisters. She celebrated her 100th birthday last February surrounded by her family and friends.

A livestream of the Memorial Service for Mary will be held on Saturday, January 16th starting at 11 a.m. at


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Joy Cervone

January 18, 2021

Thelma, Monica and I are very sorry for your loss. We all loved visits from Aunty Mary. I especially loved hearing of her robust retirement activities ranging from tennis to golf . She was an amazing woman.

Cousin Joy D’Amico Cervone

Sam Ranallo

January 16, 2021

Richard and Ronnie, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your Mother, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May she Rest In Peace! Cousin Sam and Joyce Ranallo

Geraldine Ritarossi

January 16, 2021

Dear Richard and Ronnie, I truly am very sorry for the passing of your mother! I too, lost me husband Faust on the same day as your Mom. My prayer are with you and your family. Love cousin Gerry Ranallo Ritarossi ♥️

Bill Falcone

January 15, 2021

Ron and Richard Deepest sympathy on the loss of my wonderful God Mother. She was so important to me, my mom and sisters when we returned to to RI in the 50's and down through the years. Mary and the sisters were instrumental in those difficult years. She was always there when we needed her and was always the wonderful, gracious, helpful, and loving person that she was. May God bless her for the great person, mother and friend that she was. She will be in our hearts and minds forever.

Frank Castellone

January 15, 2021

My sincere condolences to Richard and Ronnie. Your mother was a loving soul and will always be remembered for her kindness and her love for family and friends. My mother (Sue) and she were the best of friends to the point that she was maid of honor at her wedding. She also was my godmother . I have very fond memories of her and she will always be remembered as a lady of kindness and generosity to those who were blessed to have been touched by her presence May she Rest In Peace

Lois Ranallo Bordieri

January 15, 2021

Dear Richard and Ronnie, John and I are so very sorry for the death of Aunt Mary! She was a beautiful person, sweet and soft spoken and I will always remember her. May she Rest In Peace. Love Cousin Lois♥️♥️🙏🏻

Jim Rossi

January 15, 2021

Aunt Mary, was a kind and gentle soul. I have great memories of the four beautiful sisters, my grandmother Millie, Aunt Mary, Aunt Bea, and Auntie Lee.
Aunt Mary has joined her husband, my Uncle Louie USMC war hero, and her 3 sisters in heaven.

Our condolences to Richard and Ronnie, may she RIP.

Jim & Loreen Rossi

Bernadette CASTELLONE/Coletta

January 15, 2021

Richard and Ronnie, So very sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. My mom always referred to her as her “best friend.” She holds a very special place in my heart also ... we shared the same birthday and often would send mutual birthday cards or calls throughout the years ... Then of course as time being what it is, we lost touch , especially after my mom died. I have so many memories of your family when we were little kids. I remember your mom as being a kind and gentle woman, always with a welcoming smile. My mom loved spending time with her. Hopefully they’ve been reunited now and watching down on all of us. She loved you both so very much. You were blessed to have her so many years. ❤️