Mary A. (Savarese) Spinosa

Born: Fri., Jan. 6, 1922
Died: Mon., Oct. 1, 2018

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Mary A. Spinosa, 96 of Throop passed away Monday, October 1, 2018
Mrs. Spinosa was born in Port Byron on January 6, 1922, the daughter of the late Angelina and Alex Savarese
Mary's greatest blessing was being a mother and grandmother. She loved her family and supported her family's hopes and dreams with a giving heart.
Mary is survived by her two sons, Joseph Spinosa and his wife Linda of Auburn and Jon Spinosa and his wife Anne of Lysander;
her grandchildren, Michael Spinosa, Paul Spinosa, Jodie Spinosa, and Dr. Margaret Spinosa, M.D.; great grandchildren, Benjamin, Jacob, Justice, Naomi and Jonathan; and her sister Peggy Bohannon.

In addition to her parents, Mary was predeceased by her husband of 55 years, Joseph Spinosa in 1997; her daughter, Judy in 1955, her sister, Philomena Hoey; and her brothers, James and Anthony Savarese.

Services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery, Throop.
Donations in Memory of Mary may be made to Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 1 Billy Graham Parkway, Charlotte, NC   28201
Arrangements are with White Chapel Funeral Home Inc. 197 South St. Auburn

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Monica Crawford
   Posted Wed October 03, 2018
Sending my heartfelt sympathy to the Spinosa family. I will miss Aunt Mary and our visits to you when we traveled to New York. I’m so sorry I cant be there to say goodbye. My hope is that you have reunited with your daughter Judy, Uncle Joe, my Mom and Dad and your brothers Uncle Tony and Uncle Jim. Love Monica!

Colleen Loiselle
   Posted Wed October 03, 2018
To the Spinosa Family
I am so sorry about Aunt Mary’s passing. I called her a long time ago to get a recipe for pizza which she gave to me. She called the next day and wanted to know how the pizza turned out. I said it was okay but it was a little salty and she said how much did you use and I said “14 spoons”. She burst out laughing and said “14 spoons, I said 4 teaspoons.” She came the next day with a pizza that was delicious but we sure laughed many times over the first pizza I ever made. She will be missed. Thinking about all of you with love. Colleen

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