Mary Ann Skoritowski
Mary Ann (Lucchi) Skoritowski, daughter of the late Catherine Ravaioli and Mario Lucchi Born April 25,
1933 a long time resident of the Tripps Park Area died peacefully, June 12, 2018, surrounded by her
loving family after a short but courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Preceding her in death was her
loving husband of 46 years Jerome J. Skoritowski, May 2001, her younger brother Gayton (Sonny) Lucchi
and his wife Ann Lucchi of New Jersey. Mary Ann was an Honors Graduate of West Scranton High
School Class of 1951. Pursuing a career as a book keeper she was employed by Super Market Service
and later at lacabino's Meat market. In 1989 she joined her son as an employee and book keeper at the
Convenient Food Mart in Old Forge where she played an integral role in the success of the business. In
2001 she followed her son to his second business and became a cashier at Par's Your Skor Driving
Range in Taylor where she fully retired at the age of 80.
Mary Ann was a long time member of St. Vincent DePaul's Church. For more than ten years she served
as the coordinator for the very successful fund raiser "Pot of Gold." Upon the closure of St. Vincent's
Mary Ann returned to her childhood church St. Lucy's in West Scranton where she received all of her
Loving Survivors are her two sons Jerome C. Skoritowski of Philadelphia and his wife Linda, Alan
Skoritowski of Scranton and his wife Susan; two loving Grandchildren Eric Skoritowski of Philadelphia
and Sara Jane Skoritowski of Scranton. Her Grandchildren, Eric and Sara were the love of her life. Also
surviving are her brother Robert Lucchi and his wife Mary Rose Lucchi of Scranton, her Godchild Lena
(Alferi) Korusczko and her husband Ron and several nieces and nephews.
The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks and deepest gratitude to Mrs. Jeannie Haffner for all of
her help, kindness assistance and compassion throughout the years. Additionally, the family wishes to
thank Mr. .and Mrs. Donald Egan, Mrs. Romaine Kwiatkowski, Krista and Ryan Heusner, Mr. Mark Lucchi
and Mr. Joseph (Gussy) Gasdik for their kindness and help throughout their years of friendship.
The family also wishes to extend their deepest gratitude to the Visiting Nurses Association of
Lackawanna County and Allied Services Hospice Care Center for their kindness and compassion during
Funeral services will be conducted Saturday from the Solfanelli-Fiorillo Funeral Home Inc., 1030 N. Main Ave.
with Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 a.m. in St. Lucy’s Church, 949 Scranton St. Interment will follow at
Cathedral Cemetery. Friends and family will be able to pay their respects Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the St. Lucy's Church restoration project, 949 Scranton St. Scranton, Pa. 18504