February 15, 1915 – September 29, 2019
Mary Cirullo Bellows, age 104 of Southport, passed away on September 29, 2019 in Hartsville, SC.
Mrs. Bellows was born February 15, 1915 in North Adams, MA to Francis and Elizabeth Lombardo Cirullo. Mrs. Bellows had been a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church since 1956. She served as a Dosher Hospital Volunteer, retiring when she was 94 years old. She was a loyal and loving wife, mother and friend.
Survivors include her two sons, Richard Bellows and wife Sylvia, and Michael Bellows and wife Rebecca; ten grandchildren, Hank Weaver, Robert Weaver, Leslie Bellows, Mollie Bellows Rutledge, Shanna M.T. Bellows, Wendy Williams, Michael Williams, Robert Williams, Chelsea Hall, and Heather Corbett; 23 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Major Leslie R. Bellows, a son Robert C. Bellows, a daughter Leslie R. "Bonnie" Weaver; a grandson Matthew Weaver; two brothers, Michael F. Cirullo and Vincent "Jimmy" Cirullo; and five sisters, Theresa Gonyea, Angela "Tillie" Abuisi, Virginia "Virgie" Strange, Rose LeBeau, and Frances "Tootsie" Rondeau.
The funeral mass will be held at 12:00 pm on Friday, October 11, 2019 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Southport, NC.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Dosher Memorial Hospital, 924 N. Howe St., Southport, NC, 288461.
Online condolences may be made at www.peacocknewnamwhite.com.
Peacock - Newnam & White Funeral and Cremation Service, Southport, NC.
- Funeral Mass Friday, October 11, 2019
October 10, 2019
Richard, Michael, and family
Sorry about your mother passing.
Francis Mastroianni Lizzie son.
Amanda Wooten Haney
October 8, 2019
Mrs.Bellows was always honest and so funny. I remember when she kept Mollie, Shanna and myself and we had aggravated her to no end. She finally raised her tone telling us to stop whatever we were doing at the time and slammed her hand on the coffee table, at that time her false teeth popped out making her even more angry. It was hilarious to three kids who were pushing boundaries. We were in a bit of trouble that day to say the least. I remember she would always throw pasta on the wall to see if it was done. I loved hearing her speak Italian. She adored Mollie and Shanna and was always welcoming to me and so kind. I am sorry she’s gone. I am also sending all my love to her family.