Mary Concetta Garland

August 19, 1933 - February 11, 2024

Visitation: Wednesday, February 14, 2024, 2-6 pm; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township

Service: Thursday, February 15, 2024, 10 am; Divine Grace Parish, St. Ferdinand Church

Mary Concetta Garland, (90), of Monroeville passed away peacefully in her sleep surrounded by her children and grandchildren on (Sunday February 11, 2024). Cherished and devoted wife of Joseph Anthony Garland (deceased); loving mother of Robert (Heidi) Garland and Linda (Joe) Colosimo; proud and deeply involved Grandmother (known lovingly as GrandMary) of Anthony Colosimo, Dominic Colosimo, Gianna Garland, and Cara Garland; Great Grandmother of Alia Colosimo; loving sister of Esther Koneski (deceased) and Roz Shontz; and survived by countless loving friends and relatives across the country.

Mary Garland is remembered as a pilar of her community, devoting decades of her life to countless charitable organizations including Catholic Charities of Pittsburgh, Little Sisters of the Poor and the Meals on Wheels Initiative along with her husband Joe. She is remembered by all those close to her for her limitless generosity, unwavering support, and seemingly endless capacity to love. However, she is most remembered as the ever present and loving mother and grandmother to her family, to whom she dedicated her life to raising, loving, and supporting in all things. It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of this wonderful soul from our lives and community.

Family and friends are welcome on Wednesday from 2-6 pm at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Township. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thursday at 10 am at Divine Grace Parish, St. Ferdinand Church, with Rev. John Gallagher officiating.

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  • Linda, Keith, Sean and Gianna Mason

    What an incredible loss to the world. She will always be remembered for her incredible kindness, faith and joy. I cherish the times we had together and her unwavering support of us as we grew. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with you all.

  • Alfreda “Sissy”

    Linda and Bobby. So sorry to hear the news of your mom passing. I loved having them living in Penn Towers when I worked there. Best couple. She will so be missed. And a great baker. Best Ones!!!!😘🥰


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