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Mary A. Fiorani

1935 - 2021
Mary A. Fiorani Obituary

Mary A. Fiorani, 85, of Southampton, N.J., passed away suddenly and peacefully from complications due to COVID-19 on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021.

Mary was born Nov. 8, 1935, in Berwick, to Samuel Silvetti Sr. and Philomena (Penque) and was one of eight children. A graduate of Mifflinville High School, she quickly met and married the love of her life, Leonard Fiorani, of Mocanaqua, (deceased, 1991). Together they moved to Levittown to begin their family. Mary was the ultimate stay-at-home mom who catered to all extended family. She loved to be surrounded by friends and entertain around the pool. After her children were grown, at age 40, Mary attended Helene Fuld Nursing school, where she received her LPN and worked for 14 years. In 2010, Mary moved to Southampton, N.J., to be closer to her two daughters and her grandchildren.

She is survived by her three children, Renée Pepsin O'Neil and her husband, Shawn, Marlton, N.J.; Anthony L. Fiorani, Southampton, N.J.; and Angela Fiorani Werner and her husband, Fred, Shamong, N.J.; and brother-in-law, Ronald Fiorani, Kingston. Mary is survived by four beloved grandchildren, Zachary Pepsin, Jake Pepsin, Bridget Werner and Kyle Werner.

Mary was truly one of a kind! She was the devoted personal care provider for her son, Anthony, and took pride that no one could top her devotion. She was the unofficial mother, aunt and friend to many. Mary had a passion for life! She was known to give her opinion on all topics with no filter, on subjects ranging from politics to sports. An avid Yankees fan, Mary loved to watch games with Anthony and rooted especially hard when they played the Red Sox. By far, her number one hobby, which could be recognized by her amazing and meticulous yard, was gardening. As the seasons changed, so would the colors of her yard and nothing topped her dahlias!

Nothing put a smile on Mary's face like spending time with her favorite people in the world, Zach, Jake, Bridget and Kyle. The closeness of those relationships kept her young at heart and strong in health, as there was never a time she could not keep up! From rapping and singing in the living room, to dancing in TikTok videos, she was the ultimate provider of entertainment to all. She had an affinity for homemade carrot cake, a love for Red Lobster, colossal king crab legs (Colossal King Only) and an occasional cold Miller Lite. Mary was a big supporter and fan of Publisher's Clearing House and was convinced that on one lucky day, they would be knocking on her door with balloons, cameras and a big check. Her biggest concern was that her hair, makeup and nails would be done prior to their arrival. There was never a dull moment and was always a circus going on in the Fiorani house!

Mary will be greatly missed. At this time, the family has decided to wait until a sunny day in the future to hold services and a celebration of life.

In lieu of flowers, we ask that you all take a moment to hug your family members and remember "Everyday is a gift."

Arrangements by Bradley Funeral Home, Marlton N.J., www.BradleyFHMarlton.com.

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