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DeMaio, Maureen T. February 26, 1933 - February 21, 2023

Calling Hours: 6 to 9 pm, Monday, February 27  and 2 to 4 and  6 to 9 pm  Tuesday February 28, 2023

Mass: 10:30 am, Wednesday, March 1, 2023, Sts. Peter & Paul - St. Ursula's Church

Maureen T. DeMaio (née Moylan) of Bronxville and formerly of The Bronx, on February 21, 2023. Beloved wife of the late Richard. Loving mother of Richard (Jennifer Lucas), Gregory (MaryLou), Pamela (Michael Mitchell), and Stephen (Amy). Devoted grandmother of nine, and great-grandmother of two. Dear sister of the late Daniel Moylan and sister-in-law of the late Catherine Moylan. Cherished aunt of many nieces and nephews. Her career spanned decades, beginning with the New York Telephone Company as a young woman before several years raising her children at home. She returned to work as the secretary to the Principal at her beloved St. Nicholas of Tolentine grammar school, then as an Administrative Assistant in the Registrar’s Office at CUNY. A lover of music, dance, and good conversation, Maureen always treasured her time with her family and her many close and dear friends. Calling hours at the Fred H. McGrath & Son Funeral Home, Bronxville, between the hours of 6 to 9 pm Monday, 2/27/23 and 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 pm Tuesday, 2/28/23. Mass of Christian Burial Sts. Peter & Paul and St. Ursula’s Church, Fleetwood, on Wednesday, March 1st, 2023 at 10:30 am.


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    Eileen Fagan says

    Maureen was a great friend! She leaves a legacy of faith, kindness and marvelous common sense. May she rest from her labors for a life we’ll lived. I missed being able to call and say “Happy Birthday “ today. Offering prayers for your wonderful children, grandchildren and great grandchildren .

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    Cathy McGovern says

    Such a lovely lady, dedicated mother, wife & neighbor. We are better because we knew you.

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    Jane M. Byrne says

    You were such a great friend to our family, you will be greatly missed.

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