Mary A. “Bubbles” (Schinneller) Benson
August 18, 1932 - May 05, 2023
Service: Service and interment private.
Mary A Benson (Schinneller) “Bubbles”
Of Pine Twp., passed away on Friday, May 5, 2023. Born on August 18, 1932 in Pittsburgh, PA. Preceded in death by parents father William C. Schinneller and mother Hazel M Hogue husband William Edwin Benson and daughter Lynn Marie Benson; mother to William Scott Benson (Deborah), Lori Ann Barrante (Scott Bodamer), Craig Francis Benson (Gina) and Sharon Louise Wolf (Joe); Grandmother to Jessica Nachazel (Bryan), Tim Benson (Summer), Paul Barrante (Tracey), Douglas Barrante (Peggy), Madelyn Kelley (Brandon), Chris Bodamer (Trish) Brian Bodamer (Shauna), Jason Bodamer (Kellie), Shannon Bodamer (Sarah) Bill Benson (Carolyn), Jennifer Benson, Jackie Benson, Harry Kaufman (Sandra), Anthony Kaufman (Alexandra) Angela Karriker (Jamie), Shellie Lundsford ( Drew), Max Wolf (Tia); Loving “Grandma Bubbles” to 30 Great Grandchildren. Loving Aunt to several nieces & nephews
She also leaves behind countless adoring friends including a business partner and dearest friend Betty Melrose; who together owned and operated Craftiques, a craft store in North Hills. For 7 years she and her late husband lived on a sailboat docking in several marinas from Maryland to Florida. Resided in Winter Haven, Florida until moving back to Pittsburgh and lived with her oldest daughter for the past 7 years where she passed away peacefully at the age of 90. Her entire life was dedicated to her five children, extended family and many friends. Many considered her their second mom and grandma. She will be sorely missed by all but her legacy will be celebrated forever!
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to Canine.org or a charity of your choice.
Services are private
I’m so sorry for your loss, and so glad I was lucky enough to know this beautiful lady! I will always remember her joyful and kind spirit!
I am so blessed to have known Mary, and the time that I got to spend with her. She had the kindest heart and the biggest sense of humor. She will forever be loved and missed.
Aunt Agnes was an amazing woman and a wonderful aunt. She was so kind and loving whenever I had the great fortune to see her. She was the last of that generation in our family and her loss really hits me close to my heart. I am so sorry for your loss, Aunt Agnes will always hold a special place in my heart and I will always cherish my memories of her.
Impossible not to smile a little through the tears. Many many happy memories of my favorite aunt. Thoughtful always, kind beyond a fault and most of all, always made you feel like you were so so special to her.
The Benson & Schinneller cousins are blessed to have the Mother’s we had. They set the standard for all that is good in the world. It is our gift from them to live our lives in the manner they lived theirs. Share the gift.
Love always to my cousins.
Jimmy & Judy
To know Agnes, my dearest friend,
was to love her. We spent many years
Sharing each others lives. We had a bond , like no other. I know that. God has a special for her in heaven and I know that we will be together again.
I thank GOD for her