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2207 Bristol Pike
Bensalem, PA 19020
Phone: (215) 639-0422
Fax: (215) 639-5041
Mary Tanzola

Mary E. Tanzola

Saturday, October 1st, 1921 - Saturday, May 2nd, 2020
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Nick Bottaro

Posted at 06:02pm
Dear Sandy, Michael, Sharon, & Peter: Patty and I and our children wanted to express our sincere condolences on the loss of your Mom, our Aunt Mary. She was a grand lady, not only beautiful, but who also exhibited a certain element of “class” throughout her life. Please know how much all of the Bottaro family will miss her.

What I remember, even when I was a small boy, was Aunt Mary sitting at Grandpop’s desk doing his books and mailing out the invoices for his business. Aunt Mary and her sister, our Mom, Jenine, were, not only close in age, but also very close in life. At family gatherings, they could always be found, “huddled together,” deep in conversation, and usually laughing. I remember them talking on the phone for hours when we were all kids.

I think the most impressive memory I have of her was that even when working, she was always so perfect in her appearance, her hair, her smile, with only the slightest hint of makeup on her face, and always with kind words for all of us. She continually exhibited just how refined a lady she was in her every day actions.

I’m so glad that Patty, Richard and I got to visit with her on (what turned out to be) her last birthday. For someone who was 98 years old that day of our visit, she was so alert and so “together.” She recognized all of us immediately. Her first words, when we walked into her room were, “Patty, you look wonderful.” As always, she was delighted with the candy that we brought her that day.

Aunt Mary was very much in the mood for reminiscing. She spoke of your Dad with such loving stories of the things they did together. How they married in September of 1948. The traveling that they did together. Her vivid memories of their trips to Florida and to Japan. And she delighted in what a great cook he was. Theirs was truly a great love story. She spoke of him with such fondness. To find her in such great spirits, so alert and so willing to share the many aspects of her life with us, left no doubt in our mind that, if anyone could have made it to the big “100th Birthday,” she would have. To die as a result of this COVID-19 scourge on the world only makes her loss all the more tragic.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, our Aunt Mary and Uncle Tony, and all of her family. If all we believe is true, all of us will get to see each other again someday. I hope that a thought like that comforts you in your feelings of loss and sadness at this time. Love you all, Nick and Patty Bottaro & Children
 

Sharon Silver Posted at 10:15pm

Thank you so much for the kind thought of my mom. When you said she was at the desk doing paper work cracked me up because that was her favorite thing to do. She would never put her purse or check book down/ Even in the hospital & nursing home they all knew about her and her bag, if anyone came near it they would hear about it. I wanted her to be butied with it because i thought she wouldn't go anywhere without it and she would haunt us forever not having it. Because of covid she couldn't be buried with much & thank God Sandy was able to put a few pictures in with her. Her only piece of jewelry she loved was the ring my father made her that was stolen.from her her last days. She was def one of a kind & your mother too. Knowing the family is up there with knowing shes with the ones she loved.gives me confort. I can imagine dad saying his fun is over with a laugh that i'll never forget. I miss them more than words can say. Knowing she's out of pain & was taken the way she wanted. No tubes & going in her sleep. Thank you Nick, she spoke of the day you all went. She thought you all looked great & thought it was so nice of you to go see her. Thank you.

Sandy Tanzola

Posted at 11:07pm
Mom.

There are no words to express how heartbreaking it is loose you!!!! I think of you everyday and miss all the times i had with you! I cannot believe you are gone and hope u are with dad and the family!!!! U will always be in my heart and with me forever!!!! love you and dad miss u both!!

Sandy and MIichael


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