Mucciola, Mary C. (Spinelli) formerly of Windber, PA passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at Blue Bell Place, Montgomery County, PA surrounded by her family. Born February 4, 1920 in Windber, daughter of the late Christina (Nemcek) and Pasquale Spinelli. Preceded in death by husband, Vincent Sr. who passed away on July 4, 1996 after nearly 55 years of marriage, and siblings, Peter, Joseph, Angeline, John, infant brother, Arcangelo, and great-granddaughter, Ana. Survived by daughter, Vincetta and husband, Fred Farabaugh, Jr. of Roanoke, VA and son, Vincent and wife, Elaine, Fort Washington, PA, loving brother, Patrick Spinelli, of Windber, as well as four grandchildren: Timothy Farabaugh and wife, Hien, Fairfax Station, VA; Christine Farabaugh Hernandez and partner Wendy Maxey, Roanoke, VA; Michael Farabaugh and wife, Karen, Charlottesville, VA; Lisa Mucciola Stasse and husband, David, Berwyn, PA and eight great-grandchildren: Elena, Alex, Megan, Emily, Colleen, Kristen, Lauren, and Allison. Mary was a 1938 graduate of Windber High School, operated a beauty shop at her residence at 311 12th Street in Windber for a number of years, and was actively involved in Windber’s Business and Professional Women’s Association. Among her many accomplishments, Mary served on the Windber Borough Council from 1978-1981, as the site manager for the Windber Community Building Senior Center, and volunteered for decades with the American Cancer Society, the American Red Cross, as well as several other charities. She was inducted into the Windber Area Hall of Fame in 1995. Mary loved to cook and bake for family and friends. She was a lifelong member of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 pm, Sunday at Meek and Dalla Valle Funeral Home Inc., Windber, where vigil will be held for the deceased. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 am, Monday at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Windber, Fr. Adrian, TOR presiding. Committal at St. Anthony of Padua Mausoleum. Mary’s family would like to express sincere gratitude to her loving caregivers at Blue Bell Place in Blue Bell, PA and to Kindred Hospice that provided love, support, and comfort to Mary during her final days.