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350 Genesee Street
AVON, NY 14414
Phone: 585-226-2340
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Mary Smudzin

Mary Ann Smudzin (Forbes)

Thursday, January 5th, 1928 - Thursday, January 21st, 2021
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Mary Ann Smudzin
(Forbes)

AVON — Mary Ann (Forbes) Smudzin, 93, of Palm Coast, Florida, formerly of Avon,NY, passed away at her home at Las Palmas in Palm Coast, Florida On January 21, 2021.

She was born in Shamokin, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1928. After high school she married her high school sweetheart, Tony Smudzin, with whom she was married for 65 years. They relocated to Rochester, New York and later to Avon, where they built a home and continued to raise their family.

After her husband’s death in 2014, Mary moved to Las Palmas an independent senior living community in Palm Coast, Florida, close to her beloved sister, DeDe Calabrese, where she had many friends and was visited by her offspring from around the country.

Mary is survived by her children; Barbara Hoyt and her husband Ted of Ossipee, New Hampshire; Michele Lamontagne and her husband Donald of Lauderdale By The Sea, Florida; and Stephen Smudzin of Pavilion, New York; her six grandchildren – Jesse, Ryan, Julie, Jaime, Alyssa and Cassie; and ten great grandchildren – Colby, Calder, Rhys, Chamberlain, Raley, Noelle, Thomas, Colton and Ori, and another on the way.

Mary is returning to Avon to be laid to rest with Tony.

ARRANGEMENTS: Due to Covid, a celebration of life will be held when safe.
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Larry L Ayers

Posted at 05:51pm
Barb,Michele,Steven,
Sandy and I send are condolence. Mary was a sweet person and included me and my daughters as part of the family. Taught them how to swim and watched Lori when she decided to stay with her instead of going to nursery school. Lots of card games, get togethers, and memories . Will never forget her.

Larry Ayers
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Bobbi Hoyt

Posted at 07:30am
It was a pretty sunset this evening and I thought of Ma, she Loved sunsets, she always watched in awe.
I loved that about her. The same way she loved and cherished her grandchildren. Always saying how special they were.
Come 2/19, her 10th “Great” will arrive, what a wonderful gift to the world - 10 Great grandchildren !
She stayed with us in NH after she broke her hip, i call it her summer of healing, she even bonded with Bella, as her companion.
She truly relaxed, did puzzles, water walked with her cane, then when she was ready, we went to her new home in Palm Coast.
Being with DeDe was the highlight for her, she felt right at home at Las Palmas and made oodles of friends and had a lot of fun.
Now we will relish in fond memories and her love for all of us. I will think of her at every sunset and smile.
TZ

Tony Zmudzin

Posted at 10:24am
Alexa and I send our condolences. I have such fond memories of Aunt Mary from my childhood. Her laugh, upbeat personality, Coney Island hamburgers, and squished tomato sandwiches, while distant remembrances come clearly to the present. The world is so much better to have had her in it. Y’all will be in our prayers.
 
ML

Michele Lamontagne Posted at 04:36pm

Oh my gosh, I forgot about Coney Island hamburgers - what a treat - that and that ice cream place - can't quite remember the name... and the Polish picnics! I remember one Thanksgiving we drove down in a snowstorm and you and I went out walking in the fresh fallen snow and a big branch breaking and later when I came to UVA to see my very popular UVA QB! It's been a long time, but maybe you will be in Florida sometime, or I may be near Atlanta. I would love to see you again Cuz!
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