Mary C. Mauro
March 5, 1946 – August 12, 2018
Mauro, Mary C. (nee Giangrande) on August 12, 2018 of Westbury, N.Y. formerly of Syosset, N.Y. Beloved wife of Thomas R. Mauro. Loving mother of Mary, Thomas (Janice) and Michael (Melissa). Dear grandmother of 4. Fond sister of Ercole (Gail) Giangrande. Reposing at the Beney Funeral Home, 79 Berry Hill Rd., Syosset. Visiting Tuesday August 14, 2018, From 2:00pm until 9:00pm. Funeral Mass Wednesday August 15, 2018, 10:15 am at St. Edward Confessor RC Church, 205 Jackson Ave., Syosset. Entombment to follow at St. John's Cemetery, Middle Village, N.Y.
- Visitation Tuesday August 14th 2PM until 9PM. Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday August 15th at 10:15AM at Saint Edward the Confessor RC Church Entombment to follow at Saint John's Cemetery Middle Village New York
Mary C. Mauro
Carol (Meeney) Pagano
August 15, 2018
A lovely, lovely woman who I had the extreme pleasure of meeting only once, in my home a few years ago, she left such a warm and lasting impression. I am so truly sorry for this heartbreaking lose.
Ellen J Munnie
August 14, 2018
I remember Mary from years ago … when our children were young and we would see each other and talk about the kids and what was happening in their lives. A beautiful person and wonderful Mom. Her love for Tom and Tommy, Michael and Mary so obvious - a woman I admired - I always wanted to be like her - always happy and glad to see you. As time went by, I would see her and Tom in Bob's shop when they needed work done on their cars. Those visits were short but joyful. Tommy and Bob remained friends these past years and I was always so happy that they did.
You will be missed Mary. I will think of you often with sorrow for a life gone too soon, but more so for a life well lived. How proud you must be of your legacy and the joy you brought to our world.
"A family is a circle of love, not broken by a loss, but made stronger by the memories. We are forever blessed that God connected us to you".
With Love, Ellen
August 13, 2018
Karen and I felt, like most did, that Mary was a significantly special person and we truly enjoyed her company when gathered together. That feeling never more present on two most recent occasions. Two years ago, Karen had surprised me with a party for my birthday. Gathered were many people who were close to me over the years. Spending some time greeting everyone who attended, I finally got around to the table where Mary and Tommy were sitting. The hug I received from her and the conversation following were something that I will never forget. Mary was so excited to be part of the gathering and truly excited for me. Her talk with me that night was a memory that I will hold dear.
We got to see Mary again last week down at the shore. It was something that Karen and I were excited to attend. Mary and Tommy always lit up a room for us and once again the conversation was special. We spoke for a while and she truly listened to every word out of my mouth. Her love for her family showed in everything she did. The hug and the end of the night was something I did not want to end. Seeing Mary so happy and content that day will be the memory I will take for me.