Mary Chiodo

Date of Death: 
April 7th, 2020

Mary H. Chiodo, age 52 died Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Mary is the loving mother of Ralph A. Chiodo. She will be sadly missed by her mother Dolores (nee Viscusi) and the late Ralph Anthony Chiodo. Dear Sister of Cheryl Traynor and her husband Michael, Joseph Chiodo and his wife Bonnie and Dolores Malloy. Mary is also survived by her loving nieces and nephews, Alexis Donohoe, Shannon Traynor, Jillian Chiodo, Joseph Chiodo, Brooklyn Malloy and Madison Malloy, Funeral Services will be held at a later date.

Memories and Condolences

Rest In Peace dear sister. The pain is over the suffering is done. You suffered enough. Now it is time to enjoy the love and company of all our loved ones who have already gone home. God looked around, saw that he needed a good P.A.-C to help, that is why he called you home.You are gone but never forgotten. God bless your soul. Love, Cheryl
I'll stand by you was the song that I dedicated to you. That song sums up how I always felt about you. But you knew no matter where I was when you needed me I was there letting you go is something that I don't know how to do. I never thought I would feel this pain again. The last time you were there for me every step of the way. So I just don't know how IAM going to do this without you. I love you and I will miss you more then you could ever imagine.
Still doesn’t feel real and feels like a piece is missing from the family. But the suffering is over, the pain is gone, & you’re with all of our other loved ones we lost plus grandpop has his little girl & Harley har/Dunkin hav their mom. Watch over us down here, show us guidance (especially me), & protect the family from harm while providing stress relief for those of us who need it the most. I love u & will forever miss u. ❤️ U always, Shannon
You had hard brith weighing at 1lb.8oz, But did growing strong through the years. In strong enough to become Ryan first soccer goalie as well as Penn States team. Then achieving her dreams as physician assistant in surgery. She graduated 5 in her class. Our buttons were popping all over the place with pride. After suffering for 20 years with MS and parkinson. You can finally Rest In Peace. I love you peanut and I will always miss always mom
Mary after I found my family after so many year's you were the one that I spoke with. Thank you for your charm and graciousness . May you rest in the arms of the Lord dear sister. Your Brother, Michael

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