Sally Scordino

Obituary of Sally Ann Scordino

Sally Ann McCarthy Scordino, 69, of Apalachin, NY passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 20, 2023. She suffered from depression for years but ultimately lost her hard fought battle, despite her best efforts. Sally was born on July 22, 1953 to the late Janet (Hickein) McCarthy and James R McCarthy. She is predeceased by her brother Michael McCarthy and grandson Jett Scordino. She is survived by her loving husband Joseph F Scordino, Jr. who she was married to for over 45 years. She is also survived by her adoring children Joseph F Scordino, III (Sarah), and Laura W Scordino (Jessica); grandchildren Siena, Joesph IV, David, Tessa, Ryder, Layla and Sloane Scordino; brothers Brian (Kathleen) McCarthy and Jon (Elizabeth) McCarthy; sister-in-laws Kathleen Mastrogiacomo (Bill) and Mary (Konrad) Bach; several nieces and nephew and many close cousins and friends. Sally graduated from Broome Tech with an associates in business administration. She spent summers working as a cocktail waitress at Grossingers and in New York City, which she reflected on fondly. She met her husband at the Owego to Nicholas raft race and knew right away he was "the one". Sally worked at IBM/Lockheed Martin for over 28 years proudly advancing from secretarial administration to document engineer due to her hard work and dedication, all while being a devoted wife and dedicated mother raising her two children. She was a proud breast cancer survivor. She was an avid lover of the outdoors, enjoyed flowers, boating, travel, and walks in nature. She enjoyed yoga, singing, water aerobics, and watching her beloved Yankees. Sally had a deep connection with God. She and Joseph have lived seasonally in The Villages, Florida over the recent years. The greatest love in her life was her family. "Granny" loved them all deeply with her full heart and cherished their time together. We all cherished our time with such a selfless soul and only wished she could be here with us longer. The family will receive friends and family at Bridgewater Church, 2101 Owego Rd. Vestal, on Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m. until the time of the Memorial Service at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in Broadway Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Sally can be made to, The National Alliance of Mental Illness,
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