Angela J. Masson
Angela J. "Dolly" Masson, 81, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Thursday (Jan. 16, 2020) at Nugent's Convalescent Home in Hermitage.
Angela was born on March 31, 1938, in Sharon, to John Baptiste Marro and Angeline (Jordan) Marro. Angela spent her life in Sharpsville.
She was a member of St. Bartholomew Catholic Church and worked for the First Western Bank in Sharon and later Sky Bank in New Castle.
She married Daniel Masson in 1978. She and Dan enjoyed traveling, bowling and were avid golfers. She was also an accomplished painter and was skilled in both watercolor and acrylics.
Angela was devoted to her mother and visited her daily when she resided at John XXIII Home, brightening the day of all the residents there with her quick wit and sense of humor.
She is survived by: her son, John (Tina) Stanton II of Alexandria, Va.; nieces Lori (Don) Gloeckner of Oxford, Ohio, and Kristy (Chase Wartenbe) Drobney of Gahanna, Ohio; great-nephew Sam Gloeckner of Hartford, Conn.; great-niece Molly Gloeckner of Chicago; and many cousins.
She is preceded in death by: her parents; her husband, Daniel; infant daughter, Toni Lee Stanton; beloved sister, Rosemarie Drobney; and brother-in-law, Robert Drobney.

Angela J., 81, of Hermitage.
Calling hours: None, per Angela's request. Online condolences maybe expressed at
Service: Private.
Published on January 21, 2020


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Marlene Marrow Weisberg
Jan 22, 2020
Dolly was my first cousin! She was always fun to be around! She keep things light at family gatherings when the Marrow brothers could be intense! Sorry we lost contact as we got older! RIP
Marlene Marrow Weisberg
Jan 22, 2020
Dolly was my first cousin! She was always so funny and kept family gatherings light hearted because the Marrow brothers were intense! So sorry we lost contact as we got older! RIP
Jim & Linda Jordan
Jan 22, 2020
Angie was just fun to be around, with her quick wit and humor and deep thinking personality. When her health was better she was a popular figure at Nugent nursing home and always willing to help and share her thoughts to the other patients at the home. She will be greatly missed.