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. It is all about the love we have all shared forever and, will share forever. It is about Aunt Mary’s beautiful smiling face with the twinkling blue eys yelling out to Angel, its Jr. Emma , when I would come over to play with my first best friend and she would catch me from the tree that leans in the front yard, Valerie with her smiling face looking up and saying, don’t be afraid junior emma, Angel will catch you, with Grandma Foti looking on from behind the screen door, just in case.

    I’ll never forget her grace, her style and her spirit. I have run into people who have not seen Aunt Mary since we were kids, comment on what a beautiful woman she was and what a beautiful family she gave life to.

    Sometimes I think that only by the intensity of our grief can we really measure how much we loved someone. And then as time passes and the reality that no one ever wants to accept becomes part of each day, we realise that this force of Love remains, it never is diminished, and becomes a powerful reminder that God has given us one so precious to share and be a part of our lives. I am blessed to have been part of her life, may God bless and confort us all.

  2. Dear Dom and family,
    It was a shock in hearing of Mary’s departure to heaven. My whole family did not know of her sickness, or we would have sent her get-well cards, and we would have phoned you.
    We all have wonderful memories of Mary with our family and church reunions in Patchougue, New York.
    I remember Dom, when you married Mary. She was so beautiful and you so handsome. You made such a lovely couple.I still can see you and Mary, getting up and singing, in the old church on Sunday nights. Your voices blended so well togethet, and you played the piano and accordian.
    Our children grew up to together. Those were the good old days, until we all started to move away, who to the East,who to the West, who to the South and some to the North. We all live so far away from each other. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have a family reunion,down here, and not wait until we meet in heaven someday?
    During this time of your sorrow, know that are thoughts and prayers are with you Dom,and all your children, and grandchildren.
    Mary, has gone on before us, and will be waiting for us to join her, to be in the presence of our Lord and Savior, where there is no more sorrow or pain, but only the Glory of God.
    Please give our love to all your children.
    God Bless You,Your cousins,
    Rudy, Jean and Sal

  3. Dear Dom and family,

    We extend our heartfelt condolences at this time of great loss. May the Lord comfort you and ease your pain. Our prayers and thoughts surround you. We remember with fondness Mary’s smile, sweet spirit, and joyous laughter.
    May the Holy Spirit continue to sustain you and yours. God bless and comfort your grieving hearts.

    The Ibbas
    Jean, Emanuel and children


  5. Maria says:

    There are no words to describe the depth of grief,when losing a loved one. Like my Papa,we all prayed for a miracle for Aunt Mary and God answered in another way,which is very hard to accept. I don’t know all the answers,but this one thing I do know for sure,death has lost it’s sting and my beautiful,Aunt Mary is dancing on streets of gold in her glorious new body!! Aunt Mary was so much fun and beautiful. I’ll never forget that wonderful,special laugh she had. Even if you didn’t know what she was laughing about,her laughter made you want to laugh. Be still and know that he is God and may he give you a peace that surpasses all our human understanding. Press on and be encouraged,that we will see Aunt Mary and my Papa someday soon,maybe even sooner than you think. Love,Maria

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