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MaryAnne Elizabeth Abate

July 3, 1941June 10, 2021

MaryAnne Abate passed away on June 10th with her family by her side. MaryAnne is survived by her nieces Michila Gavin (nee Abate) and spouse Laurence, JoAnn Weber (nee Abate), her great niece Christina Golden (nee Gavin) and spouse Glenn, and great nephew Thomas Gavin and spouse Wendy, great-great nephew Grayson Gavin and nieces Mackenzie and Emily Gavin, Jasmin and Jayden Golden. She was a native Staten Islander, having lived her life in the family home in the Silver Lake area. She was a devout member of Sacred Heart Church. She loved to travel and made friends wherever she went, many of which became lifelong friendships. She attended high school at St. John’s Villa Academy and retired from AT&T in 1989 where she was a human resources manager for thirty years. After retiring she spent her time between Treasure Island, Florida and home on Staten Island. She was devoted to God, family, and tradition. MaryAnne was a force of nature, smiling, laughing and always there when you needed her. She will be missed by all those who knew and loved her.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 16, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

  • Interment Services

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

Memories

MaryAnne Elizabeth Abate

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Pat Sabino

June 19, 2021

I am truly broken hearted to learn of MaryAnne’s passing.

She was my neighbor and good friend in Silver Lake. She was always smiling and on the go. I used joke saying she had more stamina then I did. Even though I moved we still tried to keep in touch.

My deepest sympathies to all of her family, whom she loved dearly.

Holly Kisner

June 19, 2021

I worked with MaryAnne at AT&T and have been in touch over the many years. She was indeed a force, a magical force. I treasure my times with her and will remember her always. My heart goes out to her family which she adored.

Kathy Mario

June 16, 2021

Aunt Mair was one of a kind..the best kind! Our thoughts & prayers go out to all of you. Wish we could be there with you
Love Kathy

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY