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Mario John Mazzella

SAGINAW — Mario John Mazzella passed away Thursday, May 1, 2014 at the age of 79.
Memorial service: 2 p.m. Monday, May 5, 2014 in Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Mario was born September 26, 1934 to the late Joseph and Anna Mazzella in Ponza, Italy. He proudly served our country by enlisting in the US Army. Mario was extremely talented with his hands and his work can be seen all around his home with all the projects he has done. He also was a collector of eagles and the United States flag. Mario was a devoted husband, father, brother and a kind and compassionate friend to all who were blessed enough to have known him. He will remain in our hearts forever.
Thou art my God, and I will praise thee: thou art my God, I will exalt thee. O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy endureth forever.
Survivors: Loving wife of 58 years, Janet Mazzella; daughter, Cecelia Mazzella; daughter, Marjorie Mazzella; son, Joseph Mazzella; and many friends.

BROWN, OWENS & BRUMLEY
Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

 

 

Condolence Messages

  1. My heart felt condolence to my loving Aunt who misses my Uncle Mario greatly. He was always thoughtful with family and friends. Uncle Mario will be missed by all. May he Rest in Peace in Heaven. Love, Gail

  2. When we lose a loved one here on earth, we gain an angel in heaven that watches over us. May you take comfort in knowing that you have an angel to watch over you now. Mr Mario was an angel here on earth too.

    A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on.

    We love you, Jan! Thanks for sharing Mr Mario with us.

  3. It’s been two years since we lost a good friend and neighbor. He always brought light into our life. He gave my wife a beautiful cross to hang in her music room so the music would sound the glory of the gift given by the Lord. I miss my friend. He often came across the street to see what project I was doing and gave me advice on how to proceed. He and I would have a few beers, talk, and laugh. Once he gave me $10 so I could replenish the beer he and I often drank. I saved that $10 bill for over 5 years. Last year, I bought some beer with the $10 he had given me and celebrated his departure from us to the hands of the Lord. I miss him and much as his family does. He was a good man and my friend. God had gained a wonderful man.

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