“Sorry to hear of your mothers passing...my thoughts and prayers are with the family.
“Tommy and Karen, we're so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. You're in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
“We were so saddened to hear of Mary's passing. She was a wonderful person. God Bless.
- Steve and Sue DeLuca and family
“For Mary's family...and for Mary: When we received the news we were sorry for so many things but mostly with the realization that a wonderful life and soul was now beyond talking to on the telephone or seeing on a visit to Auburn..and mostly for not having called more often. We are happy though that she is now united with her (our) families and friends in the Heaven where the purest of souls are returned for eternity. We will keep her in our prayers and in our hearts. Rest well Cousin...
We were so sorry to hear of Mary's passing, what a wonder woman she was, and she was so proud of all of you. We have been away so missed the funeral, etc. but you have all been in our thoughts & prayers. Greg & Jane Vanscoy
“I am so very sorry to have just heard of Mary's passing. What an upbeat, gracious lady! Her Veterans Day visits at Owasco School truly enriched the students. God bless your wonderful memories of life with Mary!
So sorry for your loss of a great lady. I'll always remember visiting her & the whole family when I was younger. May God bless.
“Anne Marie and family;
I am sorry that you have to say goodbye to your beloved Mom. Even when it is not unexpected, it is still a loss of so much --love. A mother is the keeper of our memories. May time lessen today's pain and let the loving memories keep her alive in your hearts
“May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
AUBURN | Mary Ann Vasile Pisciotti, 92, of 20 Clymer St., Auburn, died Friday, July 20, 2012, in the Mercy Health and Rehabilitation Center. A life resident of Auburn, Mary was a graduate of Auburn High School Class of 1939 and the Auburn Business School. She was a communicant of St. Mary's...Read More