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SHEILA C. MASTRO
Saturday, November 26, 2022
Sheila Christine Mastro was summoned to eternal
life after a courageous struggle with a brief, but
terminal illness. She was surrounded by family members,
including George-the family Chihuahua-Chief Comforter.
She was born February 7, 1965 in Morristown, New
Jersey and moved to Nashville, TN in 1972 where she resided
until 2010. She then became a resident of Williamson County,
Spring Hill, TN where she lived until July 2022.
Sheila was a graduate of Father Ryan High
School and Auburn University where she earned
a B.S. degree from the School of Human Sciences. She worked
at several firms over the years, honing and utilizing her multi-
faceted interior design skills, while perfecting client confidence.
She was a communicant of The Church of the Nativity.
A private funeral mass and memorial service will be held
at a later date with inurnment at Holy Family of Prague
Catholic Church in Trussville, Alabama.
Sheila lived by the credo, “Live and let live.” Always
She genuinely greeted everyone with a happy “Hello,
How are you?” She always showed kindness and reminded
others to also “be nice” at all times. She believed in overlooking faults
while practicing the Golden Rule. She was so very likeable!
She had a passion for “authentic things” of every type and variety- her dogs,
Mason and Bronson, pretty shoes, gift wrappings and ribbons of every sort.
Sheila is survived by her parents, Louis and Nancy Mastro
of Franklin, TN; a brother, Todd (Natalie) of Trussville, AL;’
niece, Gabriele (Sean) Dailey, Trussville, AL; nephews Luke (Bryanna)
Mastro, Irondale, AL; Trevor Mastro, Birmingham, AL;
extended family: Aunts: Norma Caccavale of Federalsburg, MD,
Arlene Tennant of Kensington, MD; Virginia Scarano of Lansdale, PA;
Dale Ryan (Quentin), Litchfield, CT; Uncles: David Scarano of Denton, MD;
Mark (Renata) Scarano of Penobscot, ME; Infants, Mila Mastro and
Simon Dailey- and many cousins; all their canines and felines, too.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the
Scott Hamilton CARES foundation, with a gift earmarked
for much needed and continuing research of glioblastoma.
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