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Mary  Failla

Mary J Failla

Friday, February 9th, 1923 - Saturday, June 1st, 2019
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    Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 | 11:30am
    Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 11:30am
    St. Raymond New Cemetery
    2600 Lafayette Ave.
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  • Interment

    St. Raymond New Cemetery
    2600 Lafayette Ave.
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Paul R. Powell

Posted at 10:47am
The other half of the story is about my wife. My wife in the tradition of her family values spent the last many years as a caregiver for her mother and Mary. No matter the difficulty level and with no regard to her personal cost she weathered it all. Her Moms degrading Altzhiemers and Aunt Mary with her slowing down was a chore nobody would want. My Wife stood like a soldier and gave as much love and time as it took to take on the demands so few could. I Love my wife and praise her commitment to the "Golden Girls", She can be proud and take some time for herself now and we can be proud of her.

Paul R. Powell

Posted at 08:48am
Mary was a private person, quiet and reserved. She loved her Yankees and her flowers. She was a true family person giving up herself selflessly to take care of her aging parents when she was younger. Her best pals in the world was her sisters, Nancy was her buddy as they were only a year apart. Adeline was many years younger and so they called her "Dolly" a nickname that stayed with her her whole life. Nancy passed in 2006 and Dolly in 2018. At 96 Mary felt alone in spite of living with her Niece (My wife), myself and our daughter. She loved our Daughter, Hunter , very much and enjoyed seeing her grow up these 25 years. She loved watching our dogs and the funny things they did. She loved Shopping in NYC until it became too difficult. She loved sitting on our sunporch, she loved the bright sunny days. She was proud of her 50 years of service at Standard and Poors in the publishing department. She was a very proud woman and she made us proud as well. We love you Aunt Mary.

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