Mario Cuomo

Birth Name:
Mario Matthew Cuomo
Birth Date:
June 15, 1932
Birth Place:
New York, New York
Death Date:
January 1, 2015
Place of Death:
2 Sutton Place South in Manhattan, New York, New York
Cause of Death:
Congestive heart failure
Cemetery Name:
St. John Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Historical Figure
Mario Cuomo had a loud and liberal voice that inspired a generation of politicians to turn to public service, and a story of humble beginnings that he wove into calls for social justice during his three terms as New York governor and years as a national figure when he deflected overtures to become a presidential candidate.

Fun Fact

The renowned architect Emory Roth has created the finest New York City residences and 2 Sutton Place South in Manhattan, New York City has always attracted the most prominent notables including Mario Cuomo, Kenneth Cole, Sigourney Weaver, Peter Lawford and Patricia Kennedy Lawford, Lillian Gish, and Bill Blass to name a few.

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

St. John Cemetery

80-01 Metropolitan Avenue

Middle Village, New York, 11379


North America


Map of St. John Cemetery in Queens, New York
Map of St. John Cemetery in Queens, New York

Grave Location:

St. John Cloister, Unit 6, Floor 3, Alcove One

Grave Location Description

As you enter the cemetery take the first right and follow it up to the tall mausoleum structure in the center of the cemetery. Be sure to look high and low as you go through the structure for former members of the mob as you make your way to the final resting place of Mario Cuomo

Grave Location GPS

40.71577334930444, -73.8667367516004



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