Carmella Scarati


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Heartfelt Sympathies are gently extended to all those whose lives she patiently Enriched with Love. The pain of heart from losing a Loved One, never goes unnoticed, or unfelt by God as well. May Faith in God's Word embrace you, console you, and "give you peace always by all means."
2 Th 3:16

Barbara John and families,
I have great memories of a sweet woman, friendly and happy. Aunt Carm had the sweetest smile. I will always remember her that way. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Pam Scotti Brown

Dear John,Linda so sorry for your loss your mother was a sweet lady she will be missed love Paulette Michael

She was the best Grandma anyone could ever have, she raised my sisters and I and she will never know how much that meant to me. She was a very strong loving smart funny feisty woman, loyal to my papa and I will truly miss her so so much. I spent alot of time with them when I was little and I always have good memories, she also made the best food, I can never duplicate her food. Im happy she is with her family and my papa in heaven and I know she will be with us forever in our hearts. She...

The first memories I have of my grandma was seeing her by the stove cooking up a big pot of meatballs. She's Italian right? I remember her saying, “eat eat!” My grandmother did more than feed us, she took care of us. She taught us that patience is a gift most of us don't have, she listened and she worried, but most of all she loved each one of us unconditionally regardless of the last time we visited or called. She was happy and kind. And never wanted anyone to fuss over her. She could...


Carmella's Obituaries

Scarati, Carmella MECHANICVILLE Carmella Palmer Scarati, 93, of No. Main St., died Tuesday evening, February 26, 2013 at Evergreen Commons, East Greenbush, after a brief illness. A native and lifelong resident of Mechanicville, she was born April 23, 1919, daughter of the late Stanislaw and...

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