Michael Sadori Obituary, Death – After a courageous fight against the Coronavirus that lasted seven weeks, Mary Ann Sadori passed away on her 98th birthday, June 19, 2020, in the Sara Neuman Nursing Home (The New Jewish Home) in New York City. Mary Germani, the first child born to Giuseppe and Anna Germani of Mamaroneck, New York, was born on June 19, 1922. Mary was the first daughter of the couple. Up until her junior year at Mamaroneck High School, Mary was recognized as an honor student and achieved high honors in the subject of Italian.
Her parents took her out of high school during her senior year so that she could assist and support the family financially. She was their oldest child. Mary took up sewing as a hobby and eventually established herself as a skilled and well-known seamstress. She was skilled in alterations, and dressmaking, as well as the creation of slipcovers, cushions, and curtains. Her work has been displayed at the houses of a great number of individuals, such as the Mineo family, Margaret Thatcher, and a great number of clients who own prestigious Long Island Sound properties in Larchmont Manor, Orienta, Martha’s Vineyard, and Cape Cod.
Mary spent her entire childhood in the Mamaroneck and Larchmont areas of New York. She found that working from home and having people come to her was really fulfilling. Absolutely nothing was too big or too small for her to handle! Mary Sadori, who resided in White Plains, New York, was married to Stephen Sadori. She is survived by her siblings Jean Fusco of Mamaroneck and Lucy Amoroso of Florida, as well as her children Dr. Peter Sadori of California, Stephen Sadori of Pomona, New York, and Lisa Firmin of Darien, Connecticut.
Mary Sadori was also predeceased by her husband Stephen Sadori. Her two daughters-in-law, Donna and Vickie, as well as her son-in-law, Peter Firmin, and her six grandchildren, Stephen Alexander, Michael, Nicole Sadori, Allison, Jane, and Matthew Firmin, are among the people who are able to carry on her legacy after her passing.
Mary was a loving wife, mother, and seamstress who continued to work full-time even when she was in her late eighties. While she was at home, she took care of her three children, as well as her husband. She never failed to smile and was quick to compliment others around her. She continued to enjoy dancing well into her nineties, and she frequently went to local dances with her sisters.