Mary M. Kastanias

  • March 16, 2013

Mary M. Kastanias

Enjoyed spending time with family

Mary M. “Poochie” Kastanias, 74, of Washington, died at 6:05 p.m. Monday, March 4, 2013, in Washington Hospital, after a 15-month illness.

She was born January 29, 1939, in Washington, a daughter of the late Ralph Cramer and Margaret M. Ruscello Cramer Littleton.

Mrs. Kastanias was a businesswoman, managing many stores in the surrounding area. She was a member of the CCNA.

She enjoyed spending time with her family most of all, but enjoyed vacationing at the beach, tanning and gardening.

Mrs. Kastanias was a member of the Eagles and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Her first husband, the Rev. Andrew C. Mack Jr., is deceased. Her second husband, Perry C. Kastanias, lives in Florida.

Surviving are a son, Samuel L. (Carla) Mack Sr. of Washington; a daughter and caregiver, Valerie Mack of Washington; a sister, Debi (Gary) Plymire of Washington; nine grandchildren, Melissa Bird, Shastine Desensi, Andrew C. “Ace” Mack III, Robert C. Mack Jr., Danietra Mack, Samuel L. Mack Jr., Joshua Lewis Mack, Allexis Mack and Angelo Mack; five great-grandchildren, Kylie, Meranda, Nicholas “Nico”, Sarah and T.J.; and several nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Kastanias also will be sadly missed by her Bichon Frise, Tallie.

Deceased is a son, Robert C. Mack Sr.

Friends will be received from 2 to 4 p.m., the time of service, Tuesday, March 19, in Warco-Falvo Funeral Home Inc., Wilson at East Katherine avenues, Washington, S. Timothy Warco, supervisor/director, Susan Falvo Warco, director, S. Timothy Warco II, director. Burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to her family. Condolences may be expressed at


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