Elaine Mammarella

Aug 23 1945
Mar 12 2020
74 Years

Elaine Mammarella, 74, of Nottingham, PA, passed away at her home on Thursday, March 12, 2020.  Born in Coatesville, she was the daughter of the late Vincent and Edith Catena Mammarella.

She was a graduate from Scott High School in Coatesville and worked as tech support for Agilent Technologies, Inc. in Wilmington.  She was a member of the Christiana American Legion.

She is survived by a brother, Joseph, husband of Donna, of Coatesville, many cousins, and close friends, Linda Abernathy, Barbara Pruit, Rhonda Melrath and Beth Radcliff.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a graveside service on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Patrick's Cemetery, N. Union St., Kennett Square, PA.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Our Lady of Consolation Church, 603 W.2nd Ave. Parkesburg, PA 19365.

Service Date: 
Mar 19 2020 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
St. Patrick's Cemetery, N. Union St., Kennett Square, PA


My deepest sympathy to the family of Elaine. I worked and had the priviledge of knowing Elaine.  She will surely be missed.  May GOD bless and comfort you during this time sorrow.

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My deepest condolence to Elaine family. It was a pleasure & blessing knowing and working with her.

God bless & be safe all


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Prayers of Peace to the family of Elaine.  It was a pleasure working with her at Agilent. I want you to know that she was loved and will be greatly missed. May EIaine Rest In Paradise

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Elaine was an incredible lady.  Full of life and style.  She was loved by everyone who knew her.  She will be missed but never forgotten.  

Kindest thoughts and prayers to her family and friends.  Elaine led a blessed life and brought a smile to all of us!


Chris Gordon

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Elaine was such a roll model for me growing up - she inspired me to learn to ski, and to live life as you choose.  I was fortunate that we stayed connected throughout our lives, and have many wonderful memories to keep with me going forward.   You will be missed my dear cousin, but we all must transition at some point, so I look forward to our paths crossing again someday.   xoxoxo  Tricia

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