Carmella Palmer Scarati MechanicvilleCarmella Palmer Scarati, 93, of No. Main St., died Tues- day evening at Evergreen Commons, East Greenbush, aft- er a brief ill- ness. A native and lifelong resi- dent of Me- chanicville, she was born April 23, 1919, daughter of the late Stanislaw and Marianne En- zogna Palmer. A homemaker most of her life, she was an avid reader, en- joyed crocheting, and had a knack for word search puzzles. A member of the Mechan- icville Area Senior Citizens, she was also a lifelong member of the Assumption-St. Paul Par- ish and the church's Rosary Al- tar Society. She was predeceased by her husband, Patrick J. Scarati, in 1980; as well as her siblings, Lucy DeLucia, Americus Jack, Nora, Jennie and Frank Palmer, Josephine Siciliano, Mary Laurenzo and Vincent Tootie Palmieri. Survivors include her daugh- ter, Barbara (Ralph) Valenti of Troy; a son, John (Linda) Scar- ati of Stillwater; along with one grandson, seven granddaugh- ters, 13 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and neph- ews. A Funeral Mass will be cele- brated on Saturday at 11 a.m. at All Saints on the Hudson South (St. Paul's), 121 No Main St., Mechanicville, with burial to follow in St. Paul's Cemetery. Calling hours will be held Sat- urday from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the DeVito-Salvadore Funeral Home, 39 So. Main St., Me- chanicville, NY. Remembrances may be made to John Ahearn Rescue Squad, PO Box 669, Mechan- icville, NY 12118 in loving mem- ory of Carmella Scarati. Visit www.devito-salvadore fh.com
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