Edith Maier Esposito

May 12, 1926 - May 17, 2012
Edith Maier Esposito

Edith Maier Esposito, 86, passed away in her sleep peacefully at home Thursday evening, May 17, 2012. Born in Boppard am Rhein, Germany, she was the daughter of the late Dorothy and Marshall Maier.

In 1985, she moved to Hendersonville from Long Island, NY. She was an original member of the Long Island Chapter of Motor Maids of America and Past President of the Orange Juice Reamers Collectors Club. Mrs. Esposito delighted in antiquing and going to garage sales and owned various shops in Hendersonville. She enjoyed traveling and camping and was an avid motorcyclist, riding for 50 years. She loved people.

Mrs. Esposito is survived by her beloved husband of 63 years, Nick Esposito of Hendersonville; daughter, Valerie Cunningham and husband, Terrence, of Hendersonville; son, Nick Esposito and wife, Eileen, of Jericho, NY; grandchildren, Krystyn Smith and husband, Joseph, of Charlotte, Kasey Eastep and husband, Shawn, of Pollocksville; Lauren Esposito of Melbourne, FL; and Nicholas Esposito of Jericho, NY; great-grandchild, Gavin Eastep; and several nieces and nephews, including nephew, Raymond Esposito.

A funeral service will be held at 11 AM Sunday, May 20, 2012 in the Kirby Memorial Chapel of Shuler Funeral Home. The Reverend Alan Taylor will officiate. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Four Seasons Compassion for Life, 571 S. Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731.


Service

Sunday, May 20, 2012
12:00 AM

Kirby Memorial Chapel - Directions
125 Orrs Camp Road
Hendersonville, NC 28792

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  • May 23, 2012
    Krystyn Smith says:
    Grandma, God truly broke the mold when he created you. You were larger than life, you did things your way. You loved us all so very much and I will never stop missing you. All my love until I see you again.

  • August 17, 2012
    Array says:
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  • November 08, 2017
    Jim Ritchie says:
    I just bought a few glass and thought of googling reamers and Edith's name. I knew Edith for about 10 years before she moved from Long Island. I sold her some reamers and met at hundreds of garage sales. She not only invited me to see her home and collection, she invited me to do one of her Election day garage sales, on Bryant. I made money and was very grateful. I had a shop in Bellmore for 15 years and started the flea market at the Bellmore Train Station 22 years ago. It's still going strong. Edith would have loved it as much as she loved Copiague and the 110 drive in. She was such a helpful and generous spirit. I still tell people about her rainbow wall of reamers in the den.