marylou was just one of those people that if you meet her you instantly liked her. I first meet her as a scared parent dropping my 21/2 year old non verbal child off for his first day of preschool she not only made him feel welcome but made me feel assured my son absolutely loved her. some years later i took a job at St. johns and who was there to welcome me and make me feel comfortable marylou. She loved her babies and she remembered each of them even years later she knew exactly who my son was and 7 years had passed since she had seen him. heaven has gained a beautiful soul. my thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
Mary Lou, a Extraordinary woman. Feisty but so sweet and loving. A wonderful soul always lending a hand. Full of laughter. Jokes and smiles. Over a year ago, i remember sitting in the backyard for grandma's birthday talking and just laughing with you and family. My most cherished moment with you, Thank you for gracing us with your goodness. May your soul be at peace titi and know you were so loved. My Deepest condolences to Tony, Tina and uncle Victor.
Love, Jennifer Vazquez and Family