In Remembrance of Lucie Ferraro

Lucie Ferraro

Lucie Ferraro

Carbondale, PA May 14, 1919 ~ April 23, 2012 Date of Service: April 25, 2012

Lucie Ferraro, 92, Dunmore, died Monday in the Laurels at Mid-Valley, Peckville. She was the wife of Armand J. Ferraro who died Jan.1, 2012.

Born in Dunmore, she was the daughter of the late Dominick A. and Maria Guiseppe Mecca.

She was a graduate of Dunmore High School and was a member of SS Anthony and Rocco Parish, Dunmore. She enjoyed doing crossword puzzles, playing cards, knitting, talking to friends and she had a wonderful sense of humor.

Surviving are two sons, Armand J. Ferraro Jr. and wife. Mary Ann, Longmont, Colorado and Mark J. Ferraro and wife Donna, Selbyville, Delaware, three grandchildren ,three great-grandchildren numerous nieces , nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by a grandson, Armand John Ferraro, who died Feb. 24, 2012, two sisters, Anna Lepone and Jane Mecca, and seven brothers, Jack, Monsignor Mark, Charles, Donato, Joseph, James and Dominick Mecca.

A blessing service will be Wednesday at 1:00P.M. in the Chapel of Fairview Memorial Park, 111 Route 435, Elmhurst. Following the service she will be laid to rest next to her husband in the Veterans Garden section of the cemetery. All those attending the service are asked to arrive at the chapel by 12:45 P.M. Preferred Memorial contributions may be made to St. Joseph’s Center Foundation, 2010 Adams Ave., Scranton, 18509-1599.

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D . Mecca
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Lucie Ferraro
Reply #9 on : Sat April 28, 2012, 20:12:55
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A.J., Mark and Families, My deeepest condolences to all on the loss of your Mother,(my Aunt). She was a Great Lady and will always be in my memory. I can still recall her wearing saddle shoes and bobby sox when she was a teenager and I was a few years younger. God Bless Her. Her Nephew, D . Mecca .
Leonard J. Mecca
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Re: In Remembrance of Lucie Ferraro
Reply #8 on : Thu April 26, 2012, 09:26:19
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Our deepest sympathy to the Ferraro and Mecca families. May she rest in peace, united with her husband, family and friends.

Sincerely,

Lenny Mecca
Marie & Bill Waerhouse
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Re: In Remembrance of Lucie Ferraro
Reply #7 on : Wed April 25, 2012, 08:32:51
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Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Lucy's family. She became a friend to Bill's mom while she was at the Laurels. We're sure she will be missed.
Anonymous
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Re: In Remembrance of Lucie Ferraro
Reply #6 on : Wed April 25, 2012, 03:43:04
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A.J. and Mark

With Sympathy In The Loss Of Your Mother
You will feel her presence in a comforting
way and she will often be in your thoughts.
May this bring comfort to you and your
families.
Cousin Elaine Malsch
John J. Mecca
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My Aunt Lucie
Reply #5 on : Tue April 24, 2012, 20:55:36
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Aunt Lucie, not being much older than many of her nieces and nephews, was more like a big sister. Her sense of humor was always in tune, so we had a lot of laughs when she was present. Although she will be missed, she is at peace now back together with her soul mate, Uncle Armand.

Her loving nephew,
John
Krysten Odit
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Lucie
Reply #4 on : Tue April 24, 2012, 19:13:51
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love & comfort to all Lucie touched. I never had the pleasure of meeting her, but she even touched me. Rest in peace Grandma Lucie.
Dave & Peggy
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Re: In Remembrance of Lucie Ferraro
Reply #3 on : Tue April 24, 2012, 18:27:18
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Peggy & I are both sorry to learn of the loss of your mom. She always had a great sense of humor, and she was a sweet and caring person. She is at peace and we will pray for her and your family.
With our love...your friends, Peggy & Dave
mary alice golden
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sympathy
Reply #2 on : Tue April 24, 2012, 11:36:20
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Dear Ferraro family,
I had the pleasure of being a nearby neighbor of the Ferraro's..I live at 1706 clay ave and took many, many walks up the street with my dog..i looked forward to stopping and talking to your mom and dad about the weather, neighbors, politics, food, health matter ( i am a nurse) etc..they were two of the nicest people i have ever met..your mom was a hoot..she made me laugh when she'd talk about things and add in her own 2 cents!! 99% of the time she was right on the money, too. She often bragged about her kids and grandkids..if i recall correctly, your dad was a lover of golf...
i just wanted to let you know how special they were to me and that i missed them when they moved. i lost both my parents , too and know the hole it leaves in your heart. It helped me to cope when i heard from others about how wonderful my mom and dad were.
I wish you peace at this sorrowful time.
Sincerely,
Mary Alice Golden McCormick