Maureen Mo' Femiano (Daly)

maureen femiano (daly)
Maureen “Mo” Femiano (Daly) Greece: Transitioned into the Loving Arms of God on July 26th at age 51 while surrounded by her loving family. She was born on January 11th, 1967, grew up in Greece and attended Arcadia High School graduating in 1985. She enjoyed being of service to others and worked as a hairdresser before marrying and having 2 children. She is predeceased by her dad, Cornelius Daly and “BP” Loraine. She is survived by her mom, Gladys; 2 children, Celina and Frankie; the father of her children and dear friend, Frank; sisters, Heather & Jen; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins both here and abroad; and her loving dog and companion Graci. Her unconditional love and acceptance were felt by all those who knew her, and her sense of humor brought joy and laughter wherever she went. She enjoyed camping, cooking, and spending time with her “Shenanigan” Family, but her greatest joy was being a Mom. The legacy of her love will carry on in the hearts of all those she touched. Family and friends are invited to Vay-Schleich & Meeson 1075 Long Pond Rd on Tuesday July 31st 3-7pm. Her celebration of life will be at Our Mother of Sorrows Church 5000 Mt. Read Blvd on Wednesday, August 1st at 9:30 am. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Maureen’s honor to Verona Street Animal Society or Hildebrandt Hospice Care. For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit Please wear bright colors for Maureen

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  1. Celina, Frankie, Aunt Gladys and Heather…..She is pain free…cancer free….maureen is maureen. crazy, fun loving, caring, she will watch over each of you in her own special way. Watch for her signs…they will be everywhere…:Love you guys….

  2. Frank, Celina, Frankie, Gladys and Heather. My heart aches for all of you but hoping so many, many happy memories of Maureen will carry you through this difficult time. Memories are the legacy of ‘Love’. Now we have one more bright star in the sky to brighten the dark nights. Maureen’s at peace with the Lord.

  3. My thoughts and prayers for all who love Maureen! May fond memories bring you the peace that she now has in Heaven.
    Much Love,

  4. Dear Jen & Family,

    May God give you all patience and strength to overcome these sad times. Thoughts and Prayers for all.


  5. I am so very sorry to hear of Maureen’s passing. I went to Arcadia High School and knew Maureen during the years that followed high school before marriage and children. Whenever we went out I knew if Maureen was going to be there we would have a blast! What a fun, happy, vibrant person she was! (and a terrific hairdresser too). I am sincerely sorry for your loss.

  6. I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Maureen at a friend’s bridal shower and then at their wedding. I feel as though we hit it off. She had this aura around her. Even though I only have known you for a short time, I will greatly miss you. RIP sweet Maureen.

  7. Gladys. First of all, my condolences. We all have a finite time on this earth, whether it be happy and fulfilling, or sad and lonely. And so, we should bless people as much as possible while we are here on this earth. From all the stories I’ve heard from Maureen’s friends and Maureen herself, you blessed her and helped her to have a happy and fulfilling life. She is fortunate to have had you there by her side for her time on earth.

    Celina and Frankie. My condolences. I hope you will take all the good lessons your mom taught you and make her proud by being the best you can be and by always being there for each other.

    For you three, and for the rest of Maureen’s family and friends, I pray that every time a sad thought creeps into your mind and heart, God sends you 100 happy memories to accompany it.

    God bless you,

    Gary Fillion.

  8. It was my pleasure to meet Maureen this summer while she stayed with her mom, Gladys. Maureen was a very strong person, filled with love for her family and life. Maureen will be sadly missed by all who knew her. The wonderful memories we carry will keep her alive in our hearts and prayers. Rest in peace, sweet lady.

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