Mary DeMarco Foti

Mary DeMarco Foti

January 02, 1929 - June 01, 2006

Mary DeMarco Foti

January 02, 1929 - June 01, 2006


Mary DeMarco Foti
January 2, 1929 ~ June 1, 2006
Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey to Vincent and Angelina DeLuca DeMarco

Went to be with our Saviour after a courageous battle with leukemia.
She was a ?wonderful wife, loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, niece, and caring friend? to all.

Her wonderful smile and her beautiful sparkling blue eyes will be missed by each of us that knew and loved her. Her sweet voice and laughter her music will forever be heard in each of her loved ones.

She leaves this world behind, with her loving husband of 59 years, Dominick Foti, her children, Lana Hays, Valerie Felger, Angela Frankenberg, Dominick Jr. Foti, and John Foti and their respective spouses.

Her grandchildren, Nathaniel and Lauren Hays, Danielle and Hailey Felger, Jessica and Casey Frankenberg, Seth John Foti and Shona Susca, Kirsten Foti and Amber Stallman.

Her great grandchildren, Nick and Tess Foti, Avery Katherine Stallman, and Ivory Angelina Felger.

She was the youngest of eight children. Her surviving brother, George DeMarco, had a very special love for his baby sister.

The DeMarco and Tinnierello Families adored one another and they brought joy and love to her life.

Her love goes out to all of her extended family that is too numerous to count.

A Visitation will be held on Thursday, June 8, 2006 ~ 7:00 P.M. at O’Connor Laguna HIlls Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA 92653.

Funeral Service will be held on Friday, June 9, 2006 ~ 1:00 P.M. at O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA 92653.

Graveside Service will be held on Friday, June 9, 2006 ~ 2:30 P.M. at El Toro Memorial Park, 25751 Trabuco Road, Lake Forest, CA 92630.

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18 responses to Mary DeMarco Foti

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  1. To the first family in my life journey away from home who loved me and gave me a sense of the home I left.
    But not too much a sense of the home I left, because afterall.. I did leave, yo !
    I remember Mary’s Forever smiling face. Always gracefull. The most beautiful blue eyes that always shined with love and understanding. I remember Dom’s thick hairy forearm..grabbing me in the truck and telling me “You can get saved,.. ..Just like that!!!”
    I remember 3 of the most beautiful girls that ever came from one family. While all other Italian families had at least one ugly one. I remember workin with Johnny, the tuff one, who I really loved because I knew he could kick anybodys butt who looked like they needed it and Junior…The scarf.. the red convertable..the sunglasses…The king of cool..”REX” coming into work like he was arriving on a hollywood set.
    Mary produced the most beautiful cast of Characters I have ever met in my Droopy life. This is Cargoots AKA Minoots AKA Carmanouch AKA The Putz, saying I love you all..I have walked this path of grief as well and say to you the words that have been my comfort…Allow yourself to greive freely and when it subsides a bit remember,…Because of the eternal life we have in Christ.. “Mary Foti is More a part of your Future than she was of your past”…..All my love and respect.. The 3rd Son…Carman from Jersey

  2. To Dom and the family. I was so shocked to hear of Mary’s passing. Nancy Ann relayed it to me yesterday. I wanted to call you Dom and express my condolences but I figured you are too grief stricken right now and I would call you later. I just want you to know I always considered you as family and how you enjoyed playing the accordion as well as hearing me play too. Mary always liked the tune of a secular song that I sang and used to ask me to put christian words to it. It was called – “One has my Name”.

    I think of you all as a beautiful family and wished I had more children like you. 3 girls and two boys. What a beautiful family and everyone of you loves the Lord. My heart goes out to you all. Please forgive me if I couldn’t attend being such a distance away and so little time to plan a trip. Please keep in touch with me Dom. I miss the emails we used to exchange. Love to you, Lana, Valerie, Angela, and the boys. In His Blessed Name, Nancy

  3. Dear Dom, John, Jr., Angel, Valerie and Lana,
    It was an honor to be a part of your Mom’s “going home” day today.
    She will forever watch over her family…look for her in your words,
    in the eyes of your children, in her recipes, in each other and in your father’s heart. She is now your guardian angel and she will do a great job! Rest assured that her presence will be at every birth , at every graduation, at every wedding, at every holiday and at every mile stone in your lives.
    God bless you,
    Pastor Joe & Nancy Magliato

  4. Dear Dom, John, Jr., Angel, Valerie and Lana,
    Mary will be missed greatly. I always remember her sparkly blue eyes, big smile and courage!
    Please know that we are praying for you.
    “God’s peace, which is so great we cannot understand it, will keep your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.” Phillippians 4:7
    Mary will always be in our hearts and minds. And one day, we will see those sparkly blue eyes again! With all our love and deepest sympathy. A big hug to each of you.
    God Bless,
    Bobby, Carol Anne, Macy & Katy

  5. Dear Uncle Dom and Family, We want to express our love to all of you. You are all in our thoughts and prayers daily. We truly prayed for a miracle for her everyday but God had another plan for her. Wish we could have been there to share in your sorrow as we know quite well the experience of losing a loved one. I think right now our dadTony is having a talk with Mary and he is asking her in his N.Y. accent, ” Hey Mary glad to see ya here but why did you come up so soon?” Dad loved to tease Aunt Mary as well as all the other Aunts in the family. Aunt Mary had a beautiful face with the most crystal blue eyes. There aren’t enough words to express to make all the grief go away. Even though we know she is in heaven rejoicing with the Lord, we know that missing them is the hardest thing to overcome. Only with knowing and trusting the Lord each and every day will help you all get through these difficult times. We love you all and may God give you the peace and the strength to meet each day.

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