Mary Margiotta Age 89 of Smithtown , NY Formerly of Brooklyn, NY passed peacefully on May 31, 2020.
Beloved Wife of the late Frank. Loving & Devoted Mother of Joseph (Ida), Eva Maria (Gregg) Lodato, and Anthony (Joanna). Cherished Grandmother of Natalie (Ryan), William (Jillian), Julianne (Matthew), Bianca (Geoffrey), Evana, Nicolette, and Anthony Frank.
Private family visitation.
Private funeral Mass.
Interment to follow at Calverton National Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to:
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
https://www.stjude.org/

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  1. Margiotta Family,

    Please accept our deepest condolences. May she rest in peace and God gives your family strength to deal with this loss during this epic time.

    Diptesh

  2. I have the best memories of my Aunt Mary growing up when we all lived in the same home in Brooklyn. Lots of laughs, lots of great food and lots of love. Rest In Peace my dear Aunt. You will live on in all our memories 💐

  3. To All My NY Family,

    How joyous was the halls of heaven as they welcomed home Mary after 89 years of being away! What a life, what a family, and what a lesson for all of us who remain to ensure we fill our days with family and laughter. Prayers to all!

  4. Mary was always an open heart, open hpuse! Many childhood memories. Many great meals. Words of wisdom. Truth. You will be told nothing but the truth. Love you Mama. Fly high!

  5. My mama dear was always the one to have the best stories and always make me laugh. If ANYBODY had something mean to say to me she would be the first one to call them up and have them apologize. My greatest memory with her is the countless amount of times we would goto mcdonalds after school. She would always get the large fry with EXTRA SALT! Mama will always be watching over me now and i am very happy that she is finally with papa dear. I love you mama and I will never forget the stories you shared with me and the advice you gave me.

  6. Mama Dear,

    We love you! You were so strong, Bold & Crazy and I will cherish all the memories and lessons you taught me over the years. You are and will always be my hero!

    Love,
    Julianne & Matty

  7. Mama, words can’t express how much I miss you 😘 you were one of a kind! I am so thankful that I have so many amazing memories and have learned so much from you! Thank you for being such a strong woman and giving us the strength and power to be strong just like you! I hope one day I can be half as good as a grandma that you were. Thank you for all the laughs, the love, sleepovers, card games, songs, braids, food and so much more! You went ABOVE and beyond for your grandkids and we can’t thank you enough. I love you too too much and know you’re with Papa in heaven watching over us💗 I love you my guardian angel 👼 #miskenuforever #biqunadapower!

    Love you always!

    Bianca

  8. She stood at a whopping 4’9 but was the tallest, strongest, most outspoken, confident, smart, No bologna Mama in the world! Just ask anyone she had ever met! I will miss hearing you scream FRAAAAAANK anytime any of us needed anything. I will miss you threatening to shove your foot up ANY ones Butt who crossed you. I will miss the passion and heart that you put into each one of your children and grandchildren and I will miss your stories of old Brooklyn. But What I vow to Do is Always be Strong in your honor, always fight for what is right , always stand up for the people who need me and for myself no matter what. I will watch over my cousins because I’m the oldest and you always told me it was my job. I will bring happiness and laughter to all I can in your name just like you did. I love you Mama and always will. I hope you are crushing everyone at 500 Rummy in Heaven (and If you’re not I’m sure you are callin the Angels Cheaters already!) and by the way This is your coolagagadoo and it always will be ❤️❤️

  9. We are so sorry for your loss on the passing of Mom Mary. She was special to all of us. She will always be in our thooughts and prayers.

    Juliet, Drew and Lily……….

  10. Thank you for being such an example of a strong woman, unconditional love, acceptance, selflessness, and zest for life. There are no words to adequately capture how much you mean to all of us and how thankful we feel to be welcomed into your family. We cherish our summers spent in New York and have some many memories swimming in the pool, amazing food, and getting spoiled visiting you and Papa. We know you are dancing and singing with Papa again and watching over all of us. Love you so much!

    Love, Heather and Khoi

  11. Wish we knew mama longer! She will be so very missed!
    Her big heart is with us all for eternity!
    Love Laurie & John

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