Concetta Scalise Mascaro passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family and friends on October 10th, 2021.
She was born on May 5th, 1934 to Guiseppe and Anna Marie Scalise in Cantanzaro Calabria Italy. She married Charles Pasquale Mascaro on July 5th, 1953 in Italy.
Together they had five boys Joe, Mario (Patti), Pete, Louie and Milio (Debbie). She was preceded in death by her Parents, Sisters, Brother, Sons Mario, Louie and Daughter-in-Law Lisa.
She worked many years at Cottonwood Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital and retired from The OC Tanner Company. She was a recipient of many awards for her achievements and performance from her employers.
She took a lot of pride in her home and enjoyed working in her yard. She even received awards from Midvale City for having such a beautiful yard. She always looked forward to planting a vegetable garden every year, as well.
She had a big heart and never went to anyone’s home empty handed. We will miss her wonderful cooking and exceptional Holiday dinners. No family or friends ever left our Mother’s home hungry.
She is survived by her Grand Children Joey (Niki), Ben (Angie), Natalie, Michael, Ryan, Frank Boyce (Mi), Jenny Hendricks (Mitch), Julia Mascaro and April Wheat (Jordan). Her Great Grand Children Bridger, Dillon, Diesel, Logan, Liam, Ava, Keaton, Roman, Dalton, Madison and Hudson.
We are so grateful to her cherished friends Dick and Kathy Jeffs, Norma Leone, Shelly Boyce, Michael and Nancy Fuoco and Tamara Gunderson for the love and care you gave our Mother.
We would also like to thank her wonderful physicians, the staff at Intermountain Dialysis Center, Intermountain Medical Center, St. Marks Hospital and Canyon Home and Hospice Care for their care and devotion.
A viewing and rosary will be held on Thursday October 14th, 2021 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Goff Mortuary 8090 So. State Street Midvale, Utah. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday October 15th, 2021 at 12:30 pm at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 3015 Creek Rd., Sandy, Utah, followed by interment at Midvale City Cemetery.
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My grandma was the best. She was loving, caring, and taught me so much about life. She was always there for us and we had so many good times. Dinners, coffee outside on the crowded porch with family, and treasured holidays, and birthdays were always great. Grandma always made sure you did the right thing and was there to congratulate me through school and life milestones. I will truly miss the good times and who grandma helped me to be in life. Love, Joe and Niki Mascaro