Mary E. Yannuzzi – 10/5/2021

October 6th, 2021

Mary E. Yannuzzi, 69, of Cochranville, Pa passed away on Tuesday, October 5th at her home.  She was born in Chester to the late William and Glennis McClain.  Mary was a graduate of Ridley High School.  She worked for many years as an LPN at Riddle Hospital until her retirement.  Mary enjoyed traveling, especially with her late Husband, Wally. She also enjoyed playing bingo and doing Sudoku puzzles.  Family was most important to her.  She loved to spend time with her children and grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her husband, Walter “Wally” Yannuzzi; son, Wally Yannuzzi, Jr.; grandson, Tyler Yannuzzi.  She is survived by her children, Robert Lazar (Heather), Nichlas Lazar, Brian Yannuzzi (April), and Michael Yannuzzi; grandchildren, Trent, Piper, Willow, Nathan, Evan, Anthony, Joey, Antonio, and Daisy. Siblings, William McClain and Pat Lynch.

Her funeral service will be held on Tuesday, October 12th at 12pm at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral home 1459 Market St. Linwood, PA.  Friends and family are invited to her viewing from 11am-12pm.  Burial will follow in SS Peter & Paul Cemetery.

5 thoughts on “Mary E. Yannuzzi – 10/5/2021

  • By Ben DeHaven on

    To Joey and his entire extended family, Susan and I send our deepest condolences to you and your family. May she Rest In Peace. Prayers lifted 🙏🙏🙏

  • By Chuck, Jen and Jon on

    We are so very sorry. Our sympathy and prayers to Brian, April, and the entire family. We will miss our neighbor and friend. God bless you. Sincerely, Chuck, Jen and Jon

  • By Diana Clendenin on

    To the Yannuzzi and Lazar Family. :
    I’m so, so, sorry. There is no words that would comfort you at this difficult time. Please be aware that you Bob , Nick,Brian ,Michael , grandchildren’s are in my Prayers and Thoughts always. You have a Beautiful, Caring Mom that Loved you All VERY,VERY much.. God Bless You..

  • By Diana Clendenin on

    MARY, I’m Heartbroken, Devastated, Sad, that this happened. We have been Best Friends for Years. I will NEVER,EVER forget you. We have Always been there for Each Other. We have Laughed, Cried, together. Mary , I will MISS you my Friend. I Love You . Your the Greatest. I have Wonderful, Beautiful , Memories I will Always Cherish.. Your at Peace Now.. You have Your Wings Mary…

  • By Kathleen McNeill Shilling on

    Mary and I were friends in high school and worked together at Prospect Park nursing home in 1969. I have many fond memories of her. So sorry to hear of her passing. My sympathies to her loved ones.

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