top of page

Lucy Adonizio Singer

Lucy Adonizio Singer, 92, of Pittston, passed away on Wednesday, April 29th, 2020, at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. She had resided at St Therese, Assisted Living Facility, Wilkes-Barre, since February 2017.

Born in Pittston on December, 16th, 1927, she was the daughter of the late Carmen and Pasqualina Colarusso Adonizio. She was a 1st Generation American and a graduate of Pittston High School, class of 1946. She also attended Wilkes-Barre Business School. She worked for the Pittston Area School District as a Cafeteria Supervisor before retiring after 25 years of service.

She was a lifelong member of Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church (later St Joseph Marello) in Pittston, and member of the Alter Rosary Society. Her passion in life was her faith to Jesus and the Blessed Mother Mary.

In 1950, she married John (Jack) Singer, Avoca, and they were blessed with 4 children. Currently survived by son John and

wife Debbie Singer – Wilkes-Barre, daughter Mary and husband Frank Kizis – Harrison, NY, daughter Christine and husband Bill Perone, Malvern, Pa, and son Jeffrey – Centermoreland. She is also survived by her sister Anita Tassone - Philadelphia, cherished family friend/daughter Roslyn Sciandra – Pittston, six grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Jack Singer in 1973, brothers Patrick Adonizio and Angelo Adonizio, sisters Marian Bau, Ann Cardillo, Mary Buttafoco, Rose Mahon, Angela Aquilina and Philomena Parenzino.

“Noni” as she was so affectionately known by her family and friends will be missed beyond measure. The matriarch and cornerstone of her family, she was so very loved by all who knew her. Lucy’s legacy is she walked the Lord’s path every day of her life and her spiritual influence had a tremendous impact on so many. Her devotion has made her a shining bright star in the heavens, for all eternity.

Due to current funeral restrictions, a private service will be held at the convenience of the family with interment in Denison Cemetery, Swoyersville.Friends and family will be notified of a Celebration of Life mass and gathering when current circumstances allow.Arrangements are entrusted to Adonizio Funeral Home, LLC, 251 William Street, Pittston.

182 views4 comments


May 18, 2020

Jeff and family. Our deepest sympathy on your mother's passing. She was a lovely person and our neighborhood was a better place with her there.

Joe and Patti(Cadden) Yanchis


May 11, 2020

I am sending my deepest sympathy on the loss of Lucy. I worked with her in the cafeteria from 1993 until she retired. I called her Lucy Swinger at the Stinkin Lincoln! She would always remind me that she and my son had the same birthday. I will never forget what a special lady she was.


May 06, 2020

One of tbe toughest things that you will face. My condolences. I will visit the Dennison when I am back in town.


May 06, 2020

I worked in the school where she was and she was alway a wonderful lady.Sorry for your loss .

bottom of page