Mary Jane LaMoriaJanuary 13,2013
Mary Jane LaMoriaMary Jane LaMoria
Mary Jane LaMoria, 78, died Jan. 10, 2013, at Mountain View Center after a courageous battle with cancer.
She was born in Rutland, Aug. 27, 1934, daughter of Earle A. and Mary (Cioffi) Goodrich.
Mary Jane was a 1952 graduate of Mount St. Joseph Academy.
In 1956 she married Raymond J. LaMoria Sr. in St. Peterís Church.
She was a cashier at First National Grocery Store for 21 years, bookkeeper for her husbandís rubbish removal service and later worked at Vt. Achievement Center, Eden Park Nursing Home and Vermont Country Store.
Mrs. LaMoria was a member of St. Peterís Church and Veterans of Foreign Wars Womenís Auxiliary.
Mary Jane enjoyed country line dancing, bowling, dinners with her MSJ classmates and bus trips to Saratoga, NY. Her greatest joy was the presence of her grandchildren. She was an avid fan of MSJ football, basketball, hockey and watching her favorite team, the New England Patriots.
Surviving are her husband, Raymond J. LaMoria Sr.; a daughter, Terri Boettcher and husband, James of Ashland, Mass.; a son, Raymond J. LaMoria Jr. and wife, Michelle of Tinmouth; a daughter, Krista Beaudry and husband, Stephen of Rutland; 2 brothers, Earle ďSkipĒ Goodrich and wife Colleen of West Rutland, Ernie Goodrich and companion, Donna Fiske of Proctor; a sister, Barbara Eno and husband Leslie of Rutland; her loving grandchildren, Ryan Boettcher, Shayna LaMoria, Kayla and Kellen Beaudry, also Nate and Jake Underwood and Lindsey Ramirez; her great-grandson, Tanner LaMoria.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 1:30 pm in St. Peterís Church.
A reception will follow the funeral Mass.
Private burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
There are no public calling hours.
Memorial contributions may be made to Mount St. Joseph Athletic Assn., care of Dick Densmore, Mead St., West Rutland, Vt. 05777.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Clifford Funeral Home.
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