Condolences for Mary V. DeGloria

Irene M Marino posted on 11/9/19

I have a recollection of Tom saying that she liked the Olive Garden and liked to go to the moviesj on Christmas. Although, my memory fades now and than, this comes to mind.


Irene M Marino posted on 11/9/19

My deepest sympathy to you and yours. I will keep you in my prayers.


Valerie posted on 11/7/19

I only met Mary a few times in Seattle but each time I was impressed by her beauty, her lively awareness and her spirit. My thoughts are with Lori and her family in their loss.


george kuklevsky posted on 11/6/19

I fist met Mary in 1986. We worked together at Marsh for 10 years. I knew our relationship would be special the very first day when she called to me down the hall, my umbrella raised above her head, reminding me to take it as I was leaving for lunch. It was raining out.Only a Mother would be that caring. They say behind every successful man there is a woman. I have been blessed to have three, my Mother, my wife Julie, and Mary. God bless you Mary, your children, and grandchildren, all of whom you loved dearly. George


Veronica Vainella Shilling posted on 11/6/19



Veronica Vainella Shilling posted on 11/6/19

RIP Aunt Mary we love you! Say hello to grandma and grandpa V for us.


Tiffany Laurent posted on 11/6/19

My dearest condolences to you and your family Matthew. I know how much your grandmother meant to you. Praying for your comfort and better days ahead. Keep her memories alive and remember that you are not alone. Here for you!


Melody Borcherding posted on 11/6/19

I enjoyed her visits to my house and our walks together with Lori. She was a spunky lady. She will be missed.


Joe Vainella posted on 11/5/19

With so many memories of my Aunt Mary, it's practically impossible to select just one. Instead, I so very fondly remember the many Friday evenings sitting around the table in her kitchen. Times I shall cherish forever. May God rest her soul.



virginia vainella posted on 11/5/19

Rest in peace. WE know you will be happy to see Janice and Uncle Jim. Grandma Vainella will be waiting at the gate.