Mary Maisonnade

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Mary Rose (Mancuso) Maisonnade , 93, passed away on Friday October 21st in Brick. Born in Pittsfield Massachusetts on May 3, 1929 to Frank and Mary (Clara) Mancuso, Mary attended and graduated from Drury High School in North Adams Massachusetts. She worked in many different occupations during her life, retiring in 2005 from HJ Baker, NY NY as an administrative assistant. During her life she enjoyed crocheting and reading. She is predeased by her second husband, Robert L. Maisonnade in 2011; her first husband, Joseph Finore in 2017; her loving brothers Joseph Mancuso and John Mancuso and her beloved sister Helen Peters. She is survived by her daughter Rosemarie (Jerry) Hayes of Toms River, stepchildren Laurette (Daniel) Braia of Port St. Lucie Florida, Claudia Corbalis of Glenville, NY, Suzette (Peter) Laugois of West Creek, NJ; and Laurence Maisonnade of Laos. Also surviving her are 9 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Visiting and services are private. Interment will take place at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers kindly make memorial donations to Disabled American Veterans or P O Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301. American Veterans were near and dear to Mary’s heart.
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