Mary A. Latino, 95

FULTON, NY – Mary A. Latino, 95, passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2018, at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse.

Mary A. Latino
Mary A. Latino

A lifelong resident of Fulton, Mary was employed at Nestle Company until her retirement in 1981.

Previously, she had held positions as a secretary at Armstrong as well as working on the assembly line at Sealright.

She was a member of the Fulton Alliance Church.

Mary was an avid bowler who also enjoyed bus trips to the casino with friends and playing cards.

She made many trips out west to spend time with her son, Dino, and his family.

Most of all, Mary, loved cooking, baking and spending time with her family at Sunday dinners.

Mary was predeceased by her husband of 49 years, Ralph, in 1996; six sisters, Nicoline Iamaio, Liz DiNardo, Catherine Arcadi, Rose Tenery, Florence Froio and Nancy Corsoniti; and four brothers, Frank, Joseph, Nunzy and Anthony Corsoniti.

She is survived by three children, Joseph (Francine) Latino of Fulton, Ralph “Dino” (Martha) Latino of Paso Robles, Calif., and Kathy (William) Murtha of Central Square; seven grandchildren, Melissa (Tim) Rumpf, Tiffany (Rich) Gerlock, Chad (Heather) Latino, Bobby (Stephanie) Latino, Gina Latino, Sarah (Nicholas) Isgro and Laura (Joshua) Lewis; four great-grandchildren, Christian, Gabby, Turin and Sarah; as well as several nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 20, at the Fulton Alliance Church, 1044 NY-48, Fulton.

A graveside service will be held 9 a.m. on Monday, May 21, at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton.

Foster Funeral Home Inc., Fulton has care of the arrangements.

Foster Funeral Home, Inc.


  1. very sorry to hear of your moms passing Joe, Mike and I will remember her in our prayers

  2. So sorry about your loss. What a great family and she had the unending task of taking care of us at Dino’s parties….and I can’t tell you how difficult that must have been.


  3. *Our Aunt Mary is now where we all want to be…. in Heaven for eternity… because of what Jesus did for her and for anyone who Trusts Him… He paid for all of her sins…. What a Blessing.

  4. I recall after coming home from school in our elementary and secondary days, our aunt Mary often coming to our home and talking with my mom and the rest of her sisters. This gave me a real sense of family connection and security. Later in life, she came to the realization that Christ can change people’s lives and He gave her eternal life, which of course is a gift not based upon our works or good deeds but by His Grace, as the Bible teaches. We will miss our aunt Mary but we shall see her again. Ephesians 2:8-9.

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