Mary M. Sippel

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Mary M. Sippel

January 27, 1952 - September 07, 2018

Mary Margaret Sippel, of Wilson, New York, passed away on Friday, September 7, 2018. Born January 27, 1952, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Florence Sena.
Mary grew up in Chautauqua County. She graduated from St. Bonaventure University with a degree in elementary education and later received her Master's degree in Education from Niagara University. She was a third grade teacher at Newfane Elementary for many years, retiring in 2007.
Mary is survived by her husband of 45 years, William; and three sons, Brett (Melissa) of Younstown, NY, Kevin (Kathy) of Grand Island and Ty (Kerry) of Austin, Texas. She is also survived by 6 grandchildren, Josephine and Lincoln of Youngstown, Katie and Riley of Grand Island, and Cooper and Wyatt of Austin. In addition, she is survived by two sisters, Jeanne (Patrick) Rice and Suzanne (Lynn) Hartley all of Ashville, NY; along with several nephews and a niece.
At Mary's request there will be no prior visitation. A memorial Mass will be held on Saturday September 15th At 10 AM at St. Bernard RC Church, 218 Hinman Street, Youngstown.
Donations may be made to Roswell Park Alliance Foundation, PO Box 631, Buffalo, NY 14240.
Published on September 9, 2018
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John & Robin Kopacz
Sep 20, 2018
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Mary. Are hearts go out to you Bill and your children. All our thoughts and prayers.
Jackie Botkin
Sep 13, 2018
You were a lifelong educator and an inspiration to all who knew you, a great and courageous lady. You will always have a special place in my heart. A great wife, mother and grandmother, who was very caring and generous to all of her friends and family. We will miss her presence. Rest In Peace.♥️
Stephanie Brummer
Sep 09, 2018
Mary was a wonderful friend to me, I will cherish all the times we spent together. She thought the world of her family and always smiled when talking about her grandchildren. It has been a hard road for her the past couple years may she now be at peace. I will miss her dearly❤️