Mary LaBianca

Mary F. LaBianca

Thursday, November 2nd, 1967 - Sunday, May 3rd, 2020
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ENFIELD – Mary F. (Sullivan) LaBianca, 52, suddenly lost her brave and courageous battle on Sunday, May 3, 2020 at Johnson Memorial Hospital. Born in Hartford, daughter of the late Francis and Regina (Sopelak) Sullivan, she grew up in Hartford and was a 1985 graduate of Northwest Catholic High School. She then went on to receive her Bachelor’s Degree in Business in 1989 from American International College. Mary owned and operated the Teddy Time Day Care for twenty-years and also worked for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company in the account management department. She was a member of the Alumni Association of AIC, enjoyed touring wineries, camping on the weekend, and scrapbooking with her friends. Most importantly she loved being around her friends and family that were so dear to her. She leaves behind her soulmate and husband of thirty years, Mark A. LaBianca, a daughter, Kathryn C. LaBianca and longtime boyfriend, Mitchell Rhodes, a son and his wife, Mark D. and Carolyn LaBianca, all of Enfield, two grandsons, Dominic and Vincenzo LaBianca, a brother, Michael Sullivan and his son Gunner Sullivan of North Carolina, and a sister, Laurie Molton and her children Corey, Camille and Courtney Moulton of Tennessee. In addition she leaves, Larry and Diane LaBianca, his twin brother, Michael and Jennifer LaBianca, their children Mick LaBianca and Kayla Keane, Terri and Robert Neal, their children, Ryan, Kyle and Daniel Neal. She was the glue to her family and was the most selfless and loving person you could ever meet. If you were lucky enough to know her and receive one her hugs, you knew exactly how special she was. She was one of a kind, and will forever be in our hearts. All services will be private and Browne Memorial Chapels is assisting the family. For online condolences please visit
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Ernesto & Mark Nolasco Figaros

Posted at 03:22am
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Posted at 12:32pm
Dear Mark and Family...words cannot express how so very sorry I am for your loss. May your beautiful Mary rest in peace and may the love you have for each other shine bright and carry you through this dark time. I think of the LaBianca clan often...with fond memories. Best to all of you ~ Tammy Moe

Chuck Flynn

Posted at 11:58am
Mark and Family my deepest condolences for you all. Mary was a special person who made us all enjoy life a little more. Thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May she Rest In Peace
Chuck Flynn

David Lapponese

Posted at 11:18am
Mark and family - Our deepest sympathies on the passing of Mary. All I can really say is the Good Lord gained an Angel. May Mary Rest in Peace. The David Lapponese Family.

Betty Vershon

Posted at 11:07am
My deepest condolences. I knew Mary from working with her in the call center at MassMutual. Mary was the sweetest and kindest lady. She always started the day with a smile. She’d call out to me from about 8 seats away to say good morning when she got to her desk at the start of her early morning shift. We’d share a sweet family story between us at the start of the day and wave goodnight at the end of the day. I knew I’d miss our interactions when she left our department, but we’d catch up in the cafeteria when our paths crossed. I know you all know how special Mary was, but I want you to know that I was among the many here at MassMutual who also knew she was very special. Please know that Mary will be remembered fondly and will be deeply missed.

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