Dr. Mary Ann DiBiagio-Suppa, 61

Dr. Mary Ann DiBiagio-Suppa, 61, of Ellwood City, Pennsylvania passed away on Sunday, October 13, 2019 at Allegheny General Hospital with her family by her side.
Born to Dr. Anthony DiBiagio and the late Dollie (Haag) DiBiagio on October 22, 1957,  Mary Ann was a graduate of Riverside High School, Gannon University and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM).
Dr. Mary Ann has been a family physician in Ellwood City for over 36 years. During this time she had the honor of caring for her patients and our community with abounding love and compassion. Along with her membership in numerous Medical and Civic Associations, she served as Chairperson of the Department of Medicine of the former Ellwood City Hospital, where she was also a member of the Board of Directors and served on the  Executive Committee. She was an active member on staff of the newly formed Ellwood City Medical Center until the time of her  Medical Leave.
Second only to her love of her family and Medicine, Mary Ann treasured the art of cross stitching, crocheting, and enjoyed reading.
Mary Ann is survived by her husband Michael Suppa; daughter, Beth (Tom) Delawder; son, Bruno (Kelly); two grandsons, Jackson and Jayden; father, Dr. Anthony DiBiagio; brother, Dennis (Laura); niece, Kelly (Sam) Hanik and their children, Bailey and Joey; nephew, Brian (Lauren) DiBiagio and their children, Fallon and Joey;.
Family and Friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Redeemer Parish at Noon on Thursday, October 17th, with Father Mark Thomas officiating. A private interment will follow at Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Dr. Mary Ann’s name may be made to the Holy Redeemer Food Bank or the Ellwood City Area Public Library.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.

24 thoughts on “Dr. Mary Ann DiBiagio-Suppa, 61

  1. A lot of people come and go in our lives but,only a few make a
    difference, leave an impression and dust our lives with their beauty.
    Loving and sincere thoughts.

  2. Dear Mike, Mary Ann’s Family and Office Staff, We have lost one of the greatest Angels who walked among us. My thoughts and prayers are with with you all, as I share in your grief. With deepest sympathy, Chris White

  3. My thoughts and prayers to you Micheal and all of your family. My heart is heavy for your loss of a wonderful human being and one I was proud to call my friend. May God’s loving arms surround you, comfort you and give you strength at this very difficult time. Rest in Peace my friend until we meet again.
    God’s blessings.
    Ginny Brest

  4. The world has lost a truly wonderful person.We were some of Mary Ann’s first patients when she first opened her office and have been made to feel like family to her over the years. We will always remember her as our doctor and our friend. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family. She shall be greatly missed.

  5. Since coming to Beaver Falls in July 2007, Mary Ann DiBiagio has been my personal and family physician. I’ve never had more loving care from a provider. It was clear in every question she asked and every unhurried moment she devoted to you that she genuinely cared for you. She always mentioned family .. those living and passed.. and never failed to listen to you. She will be missed but there is no doubt in my mind, this beautiful woman is resting safely in God’s arms. Rest well after a job well done for your fellow human beings.

  6. Mike, Please accept my heart-felt condolence in the loss of your wife, Mary Ann. Your entire family is in my prayers. May God’s presence and God’s peace surround you during this most difficult time.
    Gary Atkinson

  7. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and co-workers of Mary Ann. She will be deeply missed. She was a very special person. She has been my family doctor for as long as I can remember. I was very heart broken by her passing. Ellwood City has lost a very good doctor who was very passionate about her work and patients. May you Rest in Peace in God’s loving arms.

  8. Our deepest sympathy for your loss. She will be sadly missed.
    God Bless your family and give you strength.

  9. Mike and family – I am truely sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person, that is why she was a wonderful doctor. She is in a better place , but we will definately miss her down here. Your family have been in our prayers for a long time and will continue to be.
    May God Bless you all !!
    Chris (Maielli) and Gary MacDonald

  10. I am so privileged and blessed to have known Mary Ann since high school. When our paths crossed over the years there were always smiles and heartfelt hugs. Someone so kind and caring will never be forgotten. Please accept my most sincere condolences in your loss.

  11. Blessed travels sweet Mary Ann. Heaven has gained an angel. Our deepest condolences to family, friends and staff. We have been patients since winter of 1984 and never considered another doctor. No one could surpass her caring ways.
    Judy and Bill Holz
    Steve and Sarah Holz

  12. Dr. Mary Ann was a kind nurturing physician who truest cared about her patients. She was someone I always respected. Condolences to your family and your wonderful father.
    Jeff Boots

  13. Dear Family, Friends andOffice Staff of Mary Ann Di Biagio,
    Our Deepest Sympathy! Mary Ann will be greatly missed by all of those lives she touched! She was the most caring and compassionate Doctor I have ever seen! She always took the time to talk and listen to you!

  14. Dear Mr. Suppa and Family,
    Our Sympathy to You and Your Family. It was an Honor and A Blessing to work with Dr. Mary Ann.

    Love and Prayers,
    John and Naomi Shenesky

  15. We lost a great human being. She was dedicated to her patients any time day or night. It was an honor for me to know her and I keep in my memory this great example of compassion toward others.

  16. To the Suppa and DiBiagio families. Our deepest sympathy. We can only imagine the sense of loss you have, because MaryAnn was so greatly loved by our community. She touched the lives of so many, and she was an inspiration with both her professional and personal life. Know that we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
    Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Lockawich

  17. Rest in peace dear friend. We are surely going to miss you and your loving manner. Don’t think there is another person that could take your place as a doctor. Deepest sympathy to everyone.

  18. My deepest sympathy to you & you entire family! May the love & peace of God surround you during this time and may the positive memories sustain you. You are in our prayers.
    With love, respect and deep sympathy,
    Terri Hessmann

  19. May the love of this community for Dr. Mary Ann surround you at this difficult time. Dennis, it has been far too long since we last spoke. My deepest sympathy to you, your father, and Mary Ann’s family.

  20. To the Family of Dr. DiBiagio,
    Our deepest sympathy to you for the loss of a truly lovely, caring person who will be missed by everyone who knew her. She was our doctor and our friend. Rest in peace Dr. Mary Ann.

  21. To Mary Ann’s husband, family and staff. Please accept our sympathy on her passing. She took care of 3 generations of our family and helped us through some really rough times. We will miss her greatly.

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