Margherita Masters

Margherita Masters

November 21, 1937 ~ March 09, 2021

MASTERS, Margherita  (Giarratana – Atwood – Masters) of St.  Petersburg, Florida passed away on March 9, 2021

She leaves her husband Charles L. Masters and children Michelle (Edward) Stack, Marcia Arellano, Margaret Atwood and Michael (Tonya) Atwood. She also leaves her sister, Gloria (Joseph Ierna) of St. Petersburg, Florida.  Grandchildren – Teddy, Brendan & Shelby Stack, Daniel Livesey, Chelsea Arellano, Matheau Sheppard, Kayla Iglesias, Lena Jarosz and Hannah Atwood.  Great Grandchildren Joscelyn, Phillip, Darren and Reni Livesey, Alexander and Ayven Jarosz, Alianna Iglesias.

She was preceded in death by her husband Michael J. Atwood, her daughter Marlene A. Livesey and Grandson Isaiah Livesey.  Also her siblings, Nella (Michael) D’Onofrio, Josephine (Anthony) Miele, Elsie (Roland) Boucher, Elena (Phil) Cohun, her brother Rosario (Pearl) Giarratano and her brother Antonino (Nino) Giarratano.

She was born in Hartford, Connecticut November 21, 1937 to Carmella and Salvatore Giarratano, and married Michael Atwood in July of 1958.  She lived in Tolland, Ct. till 1978 and moved to Canon City Colorado.  She retired from Canon City School District in 1998.

She married Charles L. Masters September of 2007 and moved to St. Petersburg, Florida.

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