age 51, of Phoenis, Arizona (formerly of Binghamton, NY)passed away suddenly on May 11, 2012. Daniel is predeceased in death by his father, William G. Mazza, and his sister, Victoria. He is survived by his mother, Adah Mazza, and his brother and sister-in-law, Eugene and Ann (Goughary) Mazza and their children, Jess (Domenico) Leuci, Eugene W. Mazza, Angelo (Megan) Mazza, Gabriella (Matt) Utermark, Tori (Danny) McManus, Claudia Mazza and Mario Mazza. Also surviving is his sister Julianna (Mazza) Goughary and brother in law James Goughary and their children James Goughary Jr (Jen), Robert Goughary and Phillip (Elena) Goughary. He is also survived by his aunt, Jo Pessagno and her children, Donna (Frank) Longo and David Pessagno. Danny has many gret nieces, nephews, cousins nd friends that meant the world to him. Danny graduated from Seton Catholic Central High School in 1979 and Broome Community College in the Audio Department where he worked for several years. He moved to Arizona in 1989 where he managed Arizona Hi Fi until the present. There will be calling hours on Friday May 18 from 4:00-7:00pm at the home of his mother, Adah, at 126 Crary Ave. Binghamton, NY. Burial will be at a later time at the convenience of the family. “If you are at a bar and haven’t asked the bartenders how their day has been, do so now and be genuine in your curiosity. If you’re at a restaurant and there’s a lull in the conversation at your table and the table next to you, turn to the closest person and say hellp. Say it with genuine intent of kindness. If you are home and music is playing, take a moment to pay as close attention to the sounds as you are able to. If none of these situations apply, think of the first joke you can remember and laugh at it. Tell it to the very first person you see as if it’s the funniest joke you’ve ever told. If you knew Danny Mazza, you know that these simple actions are essential to life. Making yourself smile is only second in importance to smiling with someone else. Outright laughter isn’t just the icing – it’s the foundation. To me, these are the ways to remember Danny Mazza.” – Phillip Goughary
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