Marie A. Bruno (Nee Mascolo), 98, of Ridgefield Park, formerly of Hoboken, peacefully passed away surrounded by her loving family at the Christian Health Center in Wyckoff, NJ on Friday October 7, 2022. Born in Hoboken where she lived until she relocated to North Bergen and later

moved to Ridgefield Park.

She was gentle, kind and generous in her words, thoughts and actions.

She never spoke an unkind word of anyone. She was a great cook and nothing brought her more joy than to have her family around the table eating, laughing and being together.

Over the years she enjoyed her many trips to Atlantic City with her husband, lifelong friends and family. She always looked her best, with matching clothes and accessories from head to toe.

She loved her weekly beauty parlor appointments with Chickie where she enjoyed the

afternoon laughing and catching up with her many friends. Marie was loved by all

who met her, and you were a better person for knowing her.

Marie was a beloved mother to; Joseph and his wife June of Hasbrouck Heights,

Gay Schrumpf and her husband Robert of Ridgefield Park and Michael and his wife Myrna of Oradell.

Marie was predeceased by her late husband, Joseph Bruno, her

sister, Josephine “Honey” Borelli, her brother Joseph Mascolo and her cherished son Vito Bruno.

A great joy in her life were her grandchildren; Robert Schrumpf and his wife Laurie,

Kristin Orsi and her husband Kenny, Jacqueline Sherrer and her husband Wayne,

Joseph Bruno Jr. and his wife Holli and Michael Bruno as well as her great grandchildren Reagan, Bobby, Hailey, Nicolas and Sofia.

Marie was a dearly loved Aunt and she will be missed by her nieces and nephews.

The funeral mass will be offered on Friday, October 14, 2022 at St. Ann’s RC Church in Hoboken at 11:30am.

The Interment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington, NJ.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at the Failla-McKnight Memorial Home in Hoboken, NJ; beginning at 4pm and concluding at 8pm.

Donations can be made in Marie’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association, @


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