Mary A. Tomaro

  • Born: February 5, 1924
  • Died: May 10, 2018
  • Location: Mayfield Heights, Ohio

Fioritto Funeral Service

5236 Mayfield Rd
Lyndhurst, OH 44124

Tel. (440) 442-5900

Tribute & Message From The Family

Devoted Wife, Loving Mother, Cherished Grandmother, Loving Sister,

Message From The Family

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Mary A. Tomaro (nee Zullo), age 94, Devoted wife for 60 years of Dominic A. Tomaro (deceased), Loving mother of Therese Littlejohn (deceased), Mother-in-law of Peter Littlejohn of Akron, Loving grandmother of Madison and Peyton Littlejohn of Akron, Beloved daughter of Dan and Teresa Zullo (both deceased), Loving sister of Florence Tomaro (deceased), Devoted niece and foster family of Marie and Michael Dinallo and family, Elizabeth Sferry, Frank and Charles Dinallo (all deceased). Loving aunt, great aunt, and cousin of many. Mary was a Registered Nurse, working in both hospitals and schools for many years. Long-time parishioner and Eucharistic Minister of St. Francis of Assisi Parish. Interment Knollwood Cemetery. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Wednesday at Saint Francis of Assisi Church. Friends may call at THE FIORITTO FUNERAL HOME, 5236 MAYFIELD RD., LYNDHURST (E. OF RICHMOND RD.) TUESDAY 3-7 P.M.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mary's memory suggested to The Dominic A. Tomaro Scholarship Fund, CSU Foundation, 2121 Euclid Ave., UN 501 - Cleveland, OH 44115.


Condolence & Memory Journal

It is with great sadness that I have learned of Mary's recent death. I visited Mary on numerous occasions. We would sit at the kitchen table(where a picture of Dominic was on display) and discuss her brain power activities, preparing to take her yearly nurses exam, Dominic (whom she missed so very much),my children, her grandchildren, and much more.

Mary was a wonderful cook. Her homemade pasta and meat sauce. Delicious. She was a welcoming hostess and a loving person.

She and Dominic were very special people.

Her faith was very strong and helped her during the most difficult of times.

Mary was extremely proud of her two granddaughters Madison and Peyton. Their pictures were on display on the refrigerator and other locations in her home. Both, I'm sure, are beautiful and successful young woman.

So many memories spanning decades--from lovely dinners and discussions to the saddest of times.

Rest well Mary. With much love. Joyce Robinson

Posted by A friend   May 14, 2018

Mrs. Tomaro was the school nurse at Beaumont while I was a student there. What a wonderful lady --- so genuinely caring and compassionate! I used to love to drop into the nurse's office to say hello to her. Her warm and friendly demeanor were always what I needed. May she rest in peace and may her family and friends find comfort in their memories of her.

Amy Cheatham Tye

Posted by A friend   May 13, 2018

Mrs. Tomaro is the true definition of grace and class. She maintained her nursing license well into her 80's and doing all the required CEUs because she wanted to "stay current". Truly an exception woman who will be greatly missed.

Posted by Linda Manley - COLUMBUS, OH   May 12, 2018

can't imagine the world without you precious Godmother / always endearing & supportive .... I will miss you beyond words

Posted by concetta Sabia - Brodheadsville, PA - Family   May 12, 2018

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