EmmaJane Mascaro

(Mar 21, 1943 to May 1, 2012)

EmmaJane’s life revolved around her farm. She was a sod farmer and grew zoysia grass. She and her late husband, Thomas moved to Mickleton when his dad sold their farm in Lansdale, Pa. They came to Mickleton knowing the ground and the access to major highways were perfect for their product. EmmaJane became an expert with all things pertaining to growing zoysia.rnShe was the wife of the late Thomas who she met while working as a secretary and he a chemist. Her survivors include two daughters: Ellen (Mark) Mickle and Julie (Leo) Fishburn, five grandchildren, and a special friend, Dominic Licciardello. She was pre deceased by a granddaughter, Alexandria Fishburn.rnA Memorial Mass will be held Saturday, May 12, 11AM at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit (Old Church), 17 Earlington Ave., Mullica Hill. Friends may call at the Church from 10AM.rnDonations to KIIDS, PO Box 1546, Bellmawr, NJ 08099 will be appreciated.rnrnrnrnrn

4 thoughts on “EmmaJane Mascaro

  1. Sam Casella

    Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Mascaro family during this most difficult time. May the memories you have of your mother comfort you now and always. Her angel spirit will live with you and those your mother knew always in our hearts. May God rest her sole eternally.rn-Sam & Nadine Casella

  2. Elaine Schell

    So many wonderful memories, golf cart rides, swimming lessons, countless holidays sitting around the table laughing, arguing and telling stories. Em, I love you and I will miss you. My love to Ellen and Julie, Mark, Leo,Joshua,Emily,Abigail and Ben. May the memories of your mom sooth your spirit, comfort your soul and bring you peace. Love Elaine

  3. David Kelly

    I remember going to stay with Emmajane and Tom when I was a kid and they brought me a telescope. I went out back at what I thought was their new house that you could see the bridge from. Emmajane and I were checking out all kinds of things in the afternoon then Tomand I were checking out the stars at night. Soo many 4th of July parties…as Elaine said…golf cart rides to Tom’s parents pool with the little bugs with the 2 swimming legs on their side… Soo much fun! Also remember one time when Bob,Steve and I went down to Gem farm to help out lifting sod… we were sod farmers for a day driving the tractor around and trying not to get our fingers mashed by the stamping machine! I remember many Easters at the farmhouse too…Ellen and Julie I’m soo sorry for your loss but take solice in all the great memories you get to keep.

  4. Steve Jusko

    I grew up three doors down from the Mascaro’s. Mr. & Mrs. Mascaro had me work on the farm for them. I was always learning something new and loved working for them. Mrs. Mascaro was a supporter of the Marching Band, and was either picking up or dropping off her daughter (Julie) and I for Band Rehearsals, etc.. I have many fond memories of the Mrs. Mascaro and the Mascaro Clan. I offer all of my sympathies to the family.rnrn- Steve Jusko

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