In Memory Of
COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR VISITATION
Upon entering the building:
1. Under Governor Andrew Cuomo's guidance, all visitors must keep a mask or face covering on at all times and practice social distancing during the entire duration of their visitation.
2. All persons attending will have their temperature taken upon entering the building. People attending will be asked to provide contact information (Full name and telephone number or email) for contact tracing should it become necessary. No contact information will be used for solicitation, this is solely for the Department of Health.
3. Each Chapel has it's own maximum capacity, Fairchild Sons will police this policy and we thank you for your cooperation in following their directions. In the event that the chapel becomes at maximum capacity, we will request for you to wait outside of the building until someone else leaves the visitation. At that time we will make you aware that you are able to enter the building to pay your respects.
Thank you for your cooperation during this time
Maria Pesce was born in Monte di Procida, Naples, Italy on December 23, 1941 and died at home surrounded by her loved ones on June 28, 2020.
At the age of 16, she emigrated to the United States where she met her husband of 52 years, Vito. Together, they had two loving children, Frankie and Stefanie. Maria was also blessed with two adoring grandchildren, Cristian and Roman.
Maria had a passion for spending time with her family, cooking, and gardening. She was always known for her beauty, grace, great taste, and impeccable sense of style.
She was a doting wife, and a mother with an endless amount of love for her children. She adored her grandchildren, and reveled in being their 'Nonna'.
She will be deeply missed by all and will forever be in the hearts, thoughts, and prayers of her loved ones.
May she rest in peace, and may perpetual light shine upon her.
In lieu of flowers, Maria's wishes were to have donations made to the following organizations: