Marylou (Mary) Cotto was born in Rochester, Ny on May 14,1972. She passed away unexpectedly in her home March 12th 2023 at the tender age of 50. Mary was born to Carlos Pedraza Cotto and Donna Jean Cotto.
Mary was a very hard worker. She was a caregiver to many in her life. Mary had previously worked with disabled residents. She enjoyed being a caregiver to those in need. Mary has worked many jobs over her lifetime, including working as a housekeeper most recently.
She believed in The Lord and tried her best to follow the path she felt The Lord was leading her. She enjoyed doing arts and crafts, especially when she was making them with her grandchildren. She loved her animals and her 49ers. She had such a big personality for such a tiny and petite person. In her words- The best things come in small packages. She will be forever loved and forever missed.
In addition to her mother; Donna Jean Cotto, she is also preceded in death by her older sister Rosa Tucker and her brother-in law Brian Dexter.
She is survived by her daughters, Conchetta and Chantell Cotto and only son D’Angelo Cotto. Her grandchildren, whom she adored; Tristan, Kaden, Semira, Isabella, Na’Liah and Caylee. Her older sisters Karla Cotto and Jeannette Dexter. Her nieces; Tiffany Herring and Brittany Cotto. Nephews; Brian Jr, Bobby, Josh, Jeremie and Mark. And a host of great nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be held at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home on Thursday March 16, 2023, from 2-3pm with a service immediately following.
“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint” -Isaiah 40:31
“So also you have sorrow now, but I will see you again and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you” -John 16:22
Heidi Leach says
Sorry for your loss I will miss that smile. RIH Mary Lou
Nancy Herring says
A beautiful spirit has been called home too soon. We were blessed to have you in our lives.
William Heater says
Marylou, you are in a much better place. You are with God now. R.I.P.
Tristian Spicer says
The spicer family would like to send our condolences to the cotto family may god watch over them at this time of healing
Betty Pittman says
MARY LOU SO SORRY YOU HAVE LEFT US TOO SOON. IAM SO GLAD I GOT TO TALK TO YOU WAS THINKING ALOT ABOUT YOU. YOU ARE IN HEAVEN NOW WITH OUR HEAVENLY FATHER AND NO PAIN WE LOVED YOU MARY LOU
Lisa Kager says
My condolences. Marylou was a childhood friend of mine. I would go to her house in the morning and we would walk to Hartford together. She was a beautiful person. I am truly sorry for your loss. Fly high Marylou.
Pat agnes says
So sorry I loved Mary lou
Betty Griffin says
Rest Easy MaryLou.. Gone but never forgotten.. I remember them days in class together!! Heaven received ur golden wings fly high my friend!!
Your Niece Dez says
I love you Aunt Mary.. always n forever. I could go on about a lot of things you said to me or taught me as a kid or the time we went bowling together with some of the family or even the car rides I went on with you and my sister Brittany.. I could go on for days… but mostly I jus want you to know you are so loved and you will be extremely missed. I love you so so much Aunt Mary.. Fly High my sweet sweet beautiful angel🙏🏼🕊️💔
Lisa Sokolousky Ostolaza says
My friend and sis in Christ always. We also shared being aTauras that stubborness showed in us both but kept us still close they out tge years. You always came when i called. Not many like you in life. I will and am truely missing you! God keep you close to him and prepare a table for you.