Let the memory of Mary be with us forever
  • 88 years old
  • Born on December 6, 1924 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.
  • Passed away on April 9, 2013 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mary Mastrototoro 88 years old , born on December 6, 1924 and passed away on April 9, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Linda Mastrototoro on 9th April 2018
Mom 5 years have passed and think of you all the time. I think of you through the good time and the bad times. What a lucky lady I was to have you for my mom. Your unconditional love surpassed anything I could have dreamed of. I treat people the best I can because of you. That's the way I would have wanted people to treat you. You have been mistreated in your life by people that you would give the world to. People that should have cherished you for all that you did for them. Que sera sera. Life has a way of dealing with people who are cruel. You told me to let it go and I did. "If you have nothing nice to say then don't say it". On his anniversity of your death I choose to try to become the woman you were. Loving, forgiving , full of life and having fun. Generous with your time and always being there if someone needed you. Your had such great love for your family your niece's and nephews, friends. Most of all for your God. If I could become 1/2 the woman you were I would be great full. My mom to you I give everything. Without you I would had been nothing!
Posted by Linda Mastrototoro on 7th December 2017
Hi Mom, it is so hard on certain day to go without thinking of you. I get the sudden urge to pick up the phone and call you then I realize your not home. I drive by your condo and again your not home. I see a play or a musical and want to take you but not there. I remember all the good times and fun trips we took with Sharon and Annette. Life is so busy and so short. You understand that when the person you love is gone. People make time and memories when you can.
Posted by Linda Mastrototoro on 9th April 2017
A beautiful Palm Sunday. I'm thinking of how special you made it for all of us as kids. A special day spent with special people. It's so different now. Your in my heart today and always. You were my special lady.
Posted by Linda Mastrototoro on 7th December 2016
No amount of time can fill the void a mother leaves
Posted by Dominique Mastrototoro on 6th December 2016
I hope you're enjoying a big dance party for your birthday! I miss you, love you always and think of you often.
Posted by Ruth Zingarelli on 11th April 2016
I miss Mary very much as we were sisters. We did a lot of traveling and getting together in New England and in Florida. We enjoyed going to the dog tracks with our husbands.
Posted by Linda Mastrototoro on 10th April 2016
Mom, I have your good nature in my soul. You brought me up to give of myself to people as you did. I hope I'm making you proud. Another year has past and I probably miss you more (if that's possible). I pray you are with the Angels because you were truly one on earth. Missing you everyday not just today.
Posted by Dominique Mastrototoro on 9th April 2016
Grandma, I know if you were here today you'd be dancing in my Zumba classes and maybe even trying yoga; you were always up for an adventure and taught me to be my best self at all costs. I know you were watching over me as I started my dream three years ago, just days after you passed, and I think of you every day as I continue on my journey. I loved you then and I love you now. I know you are at peace, thank you for being my angel.
Posted by Paul Mastrototoro on 9th April 2016
Mary, a mom in its truest meaning. If you were to look up the definition of the word mother Mary's picture should be there. I Loved and still Love my mom and everyday since here ascension to the Lord I feel her presence. I miss your touch mom.
Posted by Kimberly Lemieux on 7th December 2015
I miss her voice asking me if this is Kim and where is Linda...she was the cutest...miss you Mary...xoxo
Posted by Grace Maple Fawe Zingarel... on 6th December 2015
I miss her so much. lots of wonderful memories.I love you Auntie. xo
Posted by Paul Putes on 9th April 2015
Mary Mastro lived a life full of love, for God, family, and life. She laughed a lot, was proud of her hertiage, and never had a bad word to say...A great example of how we should conduct our lives.

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