Mary Fracaroli

Obituary of Mary Fracaroli

Ms. Mary Lynn Fracaroli Mary Lynn died peacefully on January 10, 2015 in her home with her close cousins by her side. Mary Lynn was born and raised in Princeton NJ. Mary Lynn was the only daughter of the late Mary Sullivan Fracaroli and Jacob Fracaroli. Mary Lynn was a communicant of St. Paul's Parish in Princeton. Mary Lynn is survived by cousins and nine godchildren. Mary Lynn attended St. Paul's Grammar School, in Princeton NJ, and Notre Dame High School, in Lawrenceville, NJ. As a student of Rider College, Mary Lynn graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education (1979) with certificates in Secretarial and General Business Studies. Mary Lynn began her teaching career at Hillsborough High School, in Belle Meade, NJ (1971). Then in 1979 she returned to Alma Mater, Rider University, as an adjunct professor for the School of Education. Mary Lynn's career path led her to the NJ Department of Education, as Education Acting Director 2 for the Office of Innovative Programs and Practices. Mary Lynn managed the staff for the Charter Schools Initiative and Clearinghouse of Innovative Programs. During that time Mary Lynn was coordinator of the Best Practice/Stars Schools Program and State Liaison for Blue Ribbon Schools (1976-2002) Mary Lynn's passion where she could put her experience and intuitive to work was through the Future Business Leaders of America Association as the Local Adviser (Maine, U.S. Virgin Islands, Virginia and Maryland). Mary Lynn was a member of many organizations including: Eastern Business Education Association, New Jersey Business/Technology Education Association, National Association of Supervisors of Business Education, International Society of Business Education, American Vocational Association and National New Jersey and Princeton Business and Professional Women, Inc. Mary Lynn's true calling was working with young adults in leadership, especially in the Future Business Leaders of America. Many careers were launched with the aid of Mary Lynn's help. Mary Lynn also worked as a trainer for the Miss Delaware Scholarship Pageant, (1993,'94 and '02). Visitation will take place in the Mather Hodge Funeral Home on 40 Vandeventer Avenue, Princeton, NJ on Friday, January 16, 2015 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Paul's Church at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions should be made to the Future Business Leaders of America. Burial: St. Paul's Cemetery, 214 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ
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