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Ida Maroney, 93

FULTON, NY – Ida Maroney, 93, of Fulton, died peacefully at home in her sleep Thursday November 15, 2012.

She was born in Fulton to the late Giacomo and Catherina (Lucaise) Fodera.

She was previously employed with Nestles Co., Fulton, and General Electric, Syracuse, NY.

Ida was a beautician and well-known and respected landlord in Fulton for many years.

She was a dedicated servant of the Most High God, Jehovah (Psalms #83:18) for 63 years preaching the good news of God’s Kingdom and conducting free home bible studies.

Mrs. Maroney was predeceased by her husband, Carl Maroney, in 1974.

She is survived by her son, William J. Maroney of Fulton and Sterling; and a devoted niece, Maria Franco Christensen of Penn Yan, NY; several nieces and nephews of California; one niece, Grace Fodera of Massachusetts.

A memorial service will be held November 24 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses West River Road, North, Fulton at 1 p.m. with Elder Randy Hibbert officiating.

Memorial calling hours will be held from noon 1 p.m. prior to the service.

Burial will be held privately in Fairdale Cemetery, Hannibal.

The Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton, has care of the arrangements.

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  1. Bill,
    We are very sorry to hear about your Mother passing.
    She was always a pleasure to talk with and I know she enjoyed her life. She loved you and God.
    We will pray for your peace in this sad time.

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