Mary Delissio

Mary Delissio

Thursday, March 30th, 1922 Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

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Obituary for Mary C. Delissio

Mary C. Delissio, 97, of Enfield, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at Manchester Manor. Born in Hartford, CT on March 30, 1922, she was the daughter of the late Archibald and Julia (Delnicki) Cranouski. Mary worked for many years at Aetna, retiring as a Vice President. She loved to gamble at the casino and watch golf with her longtime companion Nick Swaiko who predeceased her. She will be loving remembered by her 2 children, Barbara Naylor and her husband George of Enfield and Michael Delissio of Glastonbury; her 4 devoted grandchildren, Laurie Naylor, Michael Delissio, Jr. and his wife Sherry, Jeffrey Delissio and his wife Stacy, and Katie Johnson and her husband Troy; and 3 great-grandchildren. Besides her companion Nick, she was predeceased by her son, Charles Delissio; and her grandsons, Michael and Timothy Naylor. Her family would like to thank Mary’s friends at Naubuc Green and all the nurses and aides at Manchester Manor, especially Evelyn and Maria, for their kind and compassionate care over the years. Services and burial will be private. Leete-Stevens Enfield Chapels has care of arrangements. For online condolences, please visit

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    Friday, November 15th, 2019 |
    St. Patrick's King Street Cemetery
    King Street
    Enfield, CT
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    Friday, November 15th, 2019

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Al Rizzo

My dear aunt Mary.The last of my Aunt.Her death brings on great sorrow.
But I live with so many good memory .I first met her when she married my uncle Charlie. Sometime in the early 1940s. They lived in a apartment in Hartford and Charlie was a AIR RAID officer. He wore a white helmet signifying he was air raid office. He looked big and important and so much in love Mary shortly after I remember the birth of Barbara, then Charlie Junior last Michael. I remember going as one large family to a lake in Massachusetts almost every Sunday, throughout the summer. A lot of fond memories all good.(Barbara, us all go to the woods and us don't have any cookies). Love and sorrow. God bless and keep my Aunt Mary. Your nephew Al Rizzo
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