Maria DiBiase

June 2, 1928March 29, 2021

Maria (Mary) Sardano DiBiase, 92, of Titusville, FL passed away on March 29, 2020 in Rockledge, FL.

Mary was born on June 2, 1928, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She was the daughter of Joseph Sardano and Carmella Di Staulo; she was one of nine siblings: Lena, Filomena, Jenny, Mary, Helen, Mike, John, Paul, and Daniel. Through her life, she worked as a receptionist and retired from Port Authority Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2000.

She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother. Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Samuel DiBiase. She is survived by her son, Tom and daughter, Nancy (David Carter). Grandchildren, Christopher and Matthew.

During her life, she loved serving people. Mary was well known for her fabulous cooking, and her philosophy of "There is always room for one more at the table". She had a great sense of humor. She also had great memories of playing Uno and Skip-Bo with Uncle Sam, Aunty Rosie, and the rest of the family. A good friend to many; she will be remembered for her wisdom, care and compassion.

A Visitation will be held Wednesday, March 31, 2021 from 12:00pm -1:00pm with a Funeral Service to follow at 1:00pm. Entombment will follow at Florida Memorial Gardens.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021



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David Carter

April 1, 2021

In her last days..... she was still making meatballs!!!

Carrie Turkoski

March 31, 2021

Mary was a wonderful person. Always ready to help and share a laugh. You will be fondly remembered for your quick wit and constant smile. Rest In Peace dear Mary. Love and prayers for your family.

Dominique Sardano

March 31, 2021

All my condelances to all the family. She was a super ant for me. I'll loved her very much. I remember her beautiful smile , we had great times together at the country house. She showed me how to cook tomato sauce and her deliscious shrimps!!!! I still make it today! Life goes fast, but she will stay in my heart for ever.


Joe Sardano

March 30, 2021

Mary was a force majeure. A women of character with a strong personality
that filled a room with her presence. She was a very caring person with a big heart who was always willing to help. I have fond memories of my Auntie Mary. She chose her time. She was ready and made the call. She is welcomed into the Kingdom of the Lord with open arms. Uncle Sam will resume his daily dose of pasta. God bless you Auntie. RIP and thank you.

Jennifer Villano

March 30, 2021

With our deepest sympathies we will miss auntie Mary. I remember visiting her at the Port Authority when we were little and she would show us around and send us home with photocopies of our hands lol she always treated us as if we were one of her grandkids and we loved her for it. Sending lots of love.

Patrizia DI BIASE

March 30, 2021

My deepest sympathies to the whole family. I am the daughter of Ferdinando and Antonietta Di Biase who always talked so much of your whole family. May Maria Rest in Peace. 🙏🙏🙏