Mary Jo Cantarutti

Born on June 22, 1934

Departed on November 10, 2015 and resided in Ridgetop, TN

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Ridgetop TN

Mary Jo Cantarutti

November 10, 2015, age 81.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Lillian Carney; husband, Warren Cantarutti; siblings, Imogene Carney Smith, Sue Carney Perry, Fred Carney, Teno Carney, Gene Carney, and Phillip Carney.

Survived by her sons, Alton (Ann) Cantarutti, Ralph (Sheila) Cantarutti; daughter, Monecca Cantarutti, grandchildren, Keith Cantarutti, Emily Cantarutti (Mitchell) Bowers, and Brandy Cantarutti; brother, James Carney, Sr., sister, Nancy Carney Estey.

Mrs. Cantarutti was born in Nashville, TN on June 22, 1934.  She was a graduate of Joelton High School where she was a forward guard for the basketball team.  She was a nurse for many years for varous doctor’s offices in the Goodlettsville and Madison areas.  She was a member of the Ridgetop Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Visitation will be at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville Monday from 2-8pm.  Celebration of Life will be at 10 am Tuesday at the Ridgetop Seventh Day Adventist Church, 104 King St. Ridgetop, with Pastor William Little, officiating.  Interment Middle Tennessee Veterans Cemetery at 2pm with family serving as pallbearers.

3 Comments to Mary Jo Cantarutti

  1. Dallas Estey
    November 11, 2015 10:51 pm

    Since early childhood, the selfless love and kindness Aunt Mary Jo showed me on each visit to her home, has been a source of many happy memories. Her quick wit and keen sense of humor made her a joy to be around. Even as her health declined in recent years, I don’t ever remember seeing her when she didn’t share a smile, crack a joke and make a positive comment. While I am deeply saddened that there will be no more opportunities to make new memories with her here on earth, I thank God for the blessed hope we have of seeing her again at Christ’s Second Coming. Until then, cherished memories of her will cheer me when I’m sad, warm my spirit when the world turns cold, and inspire me to always give the world a smile, even when it seems there is nothing to smile about. I have been blessed and honored to be a part of her extended family.

  2. Dawn Powell
    November 12, 2015 8:22 am

    Alton, your mom was a beautiful lady. So sweet and kind. We are very sorry for your loss. Coley, Caleb and I send our love to you,Ann and your whole family.

  3. Kimberly Dawn
    November 13, 2015 2:04 am

    I am truly blessed that I was given the opportunity to know Aunt Mary Jo’s gentle, loving, beautiful soul. Rest in peace, Aunt Mary Jo. I love you.

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