Mary Ann Cianelli

November 30, -0001 - June 10, 2012

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Cianelli, Mary Ann (nee Fluke) Devoted wife of Joesph R. Cianelli for 50 years. Loving mother of Laurie Cianelli Luke, Joseph (Lori Beth) Cianelli, and Richard Alan (Jennifer) Cianelli. Dear grandmother of Brian Patrick Luke, Alton, Sophia, Annabeth, Priscilla, Emily, and Rowan Cianelli. Beloved sister of Richard (Rachel) Fluke, Tom Fluke, and the late Jack Fluke. Sister-in-law of Bobbie. Passed away, June 10, 2012, age 73. Memorial Mass will take place at St. John Catholic Church, 9080 Cinti-Dayton Rd. West Chester, on Saturday, June 23rd at 11 am. Condolences online at


Randy and Peggy Golden - Jun 21, 2012

Nothing can be said that lifts the weight off your chest and lets you breath normally when you lose someone close. Time they say heals all wounds, but when someone you like is mourning all the pains from your own losses are felt again…..the best comfort comes from knowing you loved her and made her life richer.

Bruce Olander - Jun 21, 2012

Joe, so sorry to read about the loss of your wife. Fifty years of partnership is amasing.

May GOD Bless you and your family,
Bruce & Connie Olander

Stacey Hoover - Jun 21, 2012

Laurie and Family,

I am so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.


Scott Piper - Jun 18, 2012

My Condolences to Joey, Rickey, Laurie and Mr. C.

Scott Piper - Jun 18, 2012

My condolences to Joey, Rickey, Laurie and Mr. C.

Bob Moses - Jun 17, 2012
Mary Ginn Weinland - Jun 16, 2012

I am so sorry to learn of Mary Ann’s death. We were friends from grade school on. I last saw her in Tampa for one of the AHS class of 57 mini- reunions. about 5-6 years ago. She still had that wonderful spirit and unforgettable smile. I felt lucky to have known her. My heart goes out to her brothers and family and to her husband, children and grandchildren
Mary Ginn Weinland

Saundra Irving - Jun 16, 2012

It was crushing to read of Mary Ann’s death this morning in the Times Gazette. I feel horrible not knowing she was ill or that I was unable to talk or correspond with her. We were classmates and friends that had so much fun in our school years. My deepest sympathy goes out to all her family. Blessings

Saundra Irving

Susie Bear Huntington - Jun 16, 2012

Mary Ann was my maid of honor 51 years ago on the 18th. Glad I could be with her a couple of years ago. Just like old times. My sincere sympathy to the whole family. I will always hold our memories close to my heart.

Connie Mundorf Lash - Jun 16, 2012

I’m so sorry to hear of Mary Ann’s passing. My sympathies are with your family. May all of your happy memories help to ease your sorrow at this time.

Mary Ann and I have been friends since Elementary school. Our graduating class of 1957 is having our 55th class reunion in August and she will be missed by all of her friends.

God Bless You.

cappie stone - Jun 16, 2012

How devastating! We were 2 who drove all our friends to school since we had the first licenses. Her dad Stu and I worked at the T-G for many years; her mom took care of our youngest son privately, for several days in the hospital. We were hoping to see her at our 55th reunion Aug.3-4. Many of us ’57ers are sharing our comforting tears. Our blessings to you all. Ron and Cappie Stone