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

  1. My aunt Mary, so beautiful and sweet. I remember my dad always making you laugh and smile, and your beautiful black hair and stunning blue eyes, I thought you were a movie star. Now you are with the Lord…and with my dad, I am sure he is making you laugh and smile in heaven. I love you aunt Mary..and miss you. Until we meet again…I will pray for all of the Foti’s daily. God bless all of you and know that we love you very much.

  2. my sweet family,
    i love all of you and grieve and pray along side of you. i am so thankful for all of you and the blessing of grandma mary in my life. i’ll never forget her wet kisses and the way she told me she loved me. what an amazing grandma, what a beautiful woman of God.
    i will miss her and look forward to seeing her again.
    i love you,



  4. Angel says:

    To My Precious Mom,

    I am missing your gentle voice and sweet kisses. I always looked forward to seeing you at family gatherings and holidays. This is so hard…but I am at complete peace as to where you now are. Give Jesus a hug from me. I will miss you so much…you will always be in my thoughts and in my heart. You were the very best Mom and friend. See you real soon.

    your daughter,

  5. I am so touched by the love and memories that have been expressed here by you our dear family and friends for our dear sweet and ever loving mom.

    She was a truly beautiful”lady”in every sense of the word who will live on forever in our hearts.

    Even though we know she is finally at peace our hearts are breaking as we ache to reach out to touch,kiss and embrace this beautiful sweet women we grew to know and love as our mom,maaaaaaa….grandma mary…our father’s wife,our cousin’s aunt mary and our uncle George’s baby sister.

    My mother’s voice still echos in my ears with her constant words of encouragement and unconditional love.

    You’re with me still sweet mom,my mow mow,my marmi….I miss our long leisurly morning phone conversations over coffee.

    You were my confidant who never judged me. My ever accepting and esteeming mother… my best friend..I miss you so much it hurts to take a deep breath when the realization hits hard that its really true that you have gone home…

    I will always be grateful to you for the mother you were to me and will always be….

    Take care our Angel as you rest now in His strong and loving arms until we meet again someday somewhere over that rainbow.

    I feel somewhat strengthened as I know that you are cheering us on to fight the good fight as we run this final race.

    Forever your loving and devoted daugther,as always…
    your Valerie

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