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Mary Alice (Supko) Malsch
November 4, 1958 ~ March 27, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of our sister, Mary Alice on the 27th of March, 2023, at the age of 64.
She was born the 4th of November, 1958 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Carbondale, PA, to Peter and Mary (Skubic) Supko, both of whom are deceased. Mary Alice was a 1976 graduate of Forest City School. She resided in Port Orange, FL for 48 years.
The Light of her Life was her son Brian. Whether it was amusement parks, trips to the city park to feed the ducks or dining out at Brian’s favorite places, together they treasured and cherished their times spent together, sharing a sincere love for each other. All Mary had to do was show up and Brian face lit up with a big, bright smile and sparkling eyes.
Mary Alice is survived by her sister, Cheryl Weaver, Browndale; and two brothers Peter Supko and his wife, Christine, Old Forge, and Richard Supko, Browndale. Mary Alice’s ex-husband, John Malsch, still resides in Florida. She leaves behind six nieces and nephews, ten great nieces and nephews, all of whom loved to visit and vacation with ‘Aunt Mary Alice in Florida’ and numerous cousins and friends, especially her loving Florida “Film Food Friend Group.”
Preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Jack Weaver.
Mary also had an extremely loving, caring ‘extended family’ in Florida, Patrick and Sabrina Schill and their two children. Nash, who called Mary “Yaya” who was his devoted playmate, partners in kiddie mischief and in the kitchen, making the tastiest cookies ever. Yaya was anxious and excited as she awaited the birth of Nash’s sister, Laena, who arrived in May. Mary Alice had extremely gracious, considerate and warm-hearted neighbors in her gated community. They always were checking up on each other, seeing if anyone was in need of anything, simply wanted to share time together or any household or lawn repairs were needed.
Mary Alice’s entire business career was in Marketing and Sales traveling across the entire USA. Aside from a few of her internet businesses for years she was a participant on the Home Shopping Network.
The family will receive friends on Saturday, the 30th of September at St. Joseph’s Church, 739 Delaware St., Forest City from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, with a Mass of Christian Burial to be held at 11:30 AM.
Local arrangements have been entrusted to the Kevin M. Lesjack Funeral Home, Forest City.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be donated to a very precious organization of Mary Alice’s, Autismspeaks.org.