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Mary Catherine “Kay” George

On May 20th, 2021, Mary Catherine “Kay” George, 80, slipped away peacefully to God and to once again hold her beloved children, Michael and Janice.

Kay graduated from Avoca High School, Class of ‘59, received her cosmetology certification from Empire Beauty School, and worked several years at Brook’s and Schott Optical. But her dearest and most meaningful job was being a wife and raising three children, eight grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. She loved to snuggle and sing to those babies, dive right in to playing with those toddlers, watching all the tricks every kid could come up, and it didn’t end there. She made every holiday extra special, all our accomplishments significant, and all of our lives incredibly Fun! She was vivacious and full of life. She was experienced, knew so much more than she ever made obvious, and gently lead us all in the right direction whenever we sought her advice. She was kind to everyone she met, both human and animal, while always greeting you with a smile. She continually kept us happy and well fed. She loved her shopping trips and lunch dates with her family, sisters, and best friends. She was the Sun of our family, that we all orbited around. She was our Best Friend and we loved our Kay/Mom/Gram/Gigi “a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck!”


Mary Catherine was preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Josephine Sroka, her son Michael D. George, Jr., and her daughter, Janice M. George. She leaves behind her soulmate and dear husband, Michael D. George, Sr., her daughter Christine Scatena, her sisters Frances Wrobleski and Barbara Ruda and husband Leo, her grandchildren Michael D. George, III, his wife Colleen and their children Michael, Tiara, and Brandon, Jonathan George, Jessica Baiera-Reynolds, her husband Andrew and their children Evie and Max, Lou Scatena, his partner Katie and children Bobby and Bella, Alyssa Scatena and her partner Jamison, John Baiera III and his wife Becky, Eric Scatena, Elizabeth Baiera, and a large extended family whom she adored.


Funeral services will be privately held with a mass of Christian burial at Queen of The Apostles Parish Church, Avoca. And Interment services held at SS Peter and Paul Cemetery, Duryea.


Arrangements are made by Kiesinger Funeral Services, Inc., 255 McAlpine St., Duryea.



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ng221
May 29, 2021

It was a pleasure knowing you. Sympathy and condolences to your family. John and Nancy Gorrick and

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lbg1851
May 26, 2021

Kay was a beautiful lady inside and out . She was always so kind to me and I Ioved her . I am so sorry for your loss may she rest in peace and watch over you Mike and Christine. And family . She made your life better by being in it . And now with Michael and Janice God Bless 💔

Love Linda George


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lorrrose
May 25, 2021

Dear Mike and family,

Deepest sympathy and prayers to you and your family! Words cannot express how very sorry we are. May she Rest In Peace.

Mark & Lorraine Daniels

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nurse1920
May 25, 2021

Mike, so sorry about your wife's passing. Please take care of yourself and you are in our prayers. May she rest in peace. Larry & Kathy Strach

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elaineb3221
May 25, 2021

So sorry to hear of Kay’s passing. I remember so well all the “Soroka” girls as a child. RIP 🙏🙏

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