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Stephanie Maria December 28, 1961 – February 9, 2021.

Stephanie Pisano, former owner of Incognito Your Body Salon in Philadelphia PA, and Twisted European Bakery in Bluffton SC, passed away February 9th while visiting the Great Bahama Island with her loving companion Jerry Sarver.  She was 59.  Stephanie was the beloved Mother of Ava Votta, Sister, Niece, Cousin, and friend.

Stephanie was pursuing a new career as a Motivational Speaker.  She loved people and wanted to help improve their quality of life.  One of Stephanie’s favorite sayings was, “always live in gratitude and abundance,” and that she did.  Stephanie would often tell her daughter, Ava, “whenever you’re sad, just think about all of the things in your life that you can be grateful for and you won’t be sad anymore!”

She leaves an incredible legacy for all to use as an example to follow.

Memorial Mass Tuesday April 6, 2021 St. Nicholas of Tolentine  Church 9th and Watkins Sts. Phila.

All are welcome to attend


  • Michele Fuscellaro February 22, 2021 6:05 pm

    Stephanie you were truly an inspiration to everyone’s life you have touched. I will miss you forever. Love cousin Michele

  • JULIE DILLO February 22, 2021 6:50 pm

    Stephanie may you RIP my Truly best Friend who came to visit me in Florida every 3 months.I will miss you Dearly my friend I am Loss for words.. Julie

  • Susan Cipolla February 22, 2021 7:39 pm

    I’ll miss all the fun from our teen years into adulthood. I’ll miss the stories only you could tell from those times that would have everyone cracking up. I’ll miss texting you and seeing you at family parties. And most of all … I’ll just miss you. When they made you they broke the mold. I’ll miss seeing you again in this lifetime. You were an original.
    Love your forever friend, Susan XO

  • Peggy DiLullo February 22, 2021 10:45 pm

    Wow! I didn’t know her next adventure was to be a motivational speaker! That would have been the next perfect career.
    It’s I review your posts, you certainly lived life to the fullest. My your spirit continue to feel the hearts of all that loved you a d will always love you.

  • Martina Covey February 23, 2021 12:33 am

    She will be missed.I still remember the day I met her in her bakery .Such a helpful personality

  • Lauren DeMuzio February 23, 2021 2:09 am

    My Dear Sweet Stephanie,
    I never told you that I Loved You but I hope you knew/felt I did. The time we spent together this last year on the phone and in person meant so very much to me, more than you know. You were a bright light in my life during 2020. I believe God brought us back together for a reason. Talking to you helped life to feel more normal and less lonely. You were so generous in time and gesture. I made mistakes that I wish I could change… I hope you can hear/feel my prayers and love for you now ❤️🙏. I feel so honored to have seen your heart and soul in action during our visit together in West Virginia… Decorating the tree “present”, hearth, cooking baking, special chinese dinner. I know Christmas was one of your most joyous occasions. I will forever cherish our friendship and your fabulous biscotti recpes. You did everything with such great love and generosity. I miss you very much… Sound of your voice, text pics and videos. You shared so many sweet words of encouragement to me. I promise to strive each day to be as fearless, caring, and fruitful as you have been in your life. I am striving to release the butterfly 🦋 from the glass jar into the 🌎. There definitely was No-thing holding you back Girlfriend! You are a true example of what we all can be with – faith, love, belief, heart & soul. Thank You So Very Much for Everything! Love You Lots XOXOXO

  • Lisa mollica Blevins February 24, 2021 4:04 am

    You were such a beautiful person inside and out I still remember all the parties at you house in Philadelphia! Your memory will hold a special place in my heart rip

  • Joseph Anthony Pezzuto February 24, 2021 3:14 pm

    RIP my dear sister. I say that because from the first day we met in Bluffton SC you and I hit it off as if we knew each other for a lifetime. I already have 8 sisters but you were always the best of them even though I only knew you for a short time. I will miss your smiling face everyday and the sunshine you brought to everyone that crossed your path daily. Stopping by the bakery and catching up with you and Chris was the highlight reminiscenting about Greece and Philly what more could one ask for. She always gave me a bag of goodies to take home acting just like an elder sister would to a younger brother.

  • Doreen Scherer February 24, 2021 7:12 pm

    Stephanie was such a beautiful soul, I am so shocked and saddened. Her energy and smile would light up a room. You could never be unhappy in her presence, she’d have you laughing and joking in no time. I am honored to have called her my friend.
    Rest in peace, Steph!
    Prayers to Ava and her family. ❤

  • Karen Del Borrello Dougherty February 25, 2021 11:04 am

    Stephanie, Simple and Sweet ,You left Many With Awesome Memories! RIP Beautiful Friend/ Sister SMG/ Class 1980.
    Love xo
    Karen Del

  • Dinah February 27, 2021 5:33 am


    We miss you so much. You were always an inspiration and so much fun. We remembers Santa Claus at your house when Ava and my son were both little. The wonderful Christmas dinner and visiting you and Ava will always be there. The day of my wedding you did the most amazing job on my hair and it looked awesome the entire Honeymoon. We miss you and we know you’re in a better place. Love to Ava and your family.

  • KAREN MUCCI February 27, 2021 7:13 am


  • Ginny February 27, 2021 11:39 pm

    Stephanie may you Rest In Peace. Beautiful & Funny. You were such a joy to be around. Class of 1980 SMG. Watch over your Ava 👼🏻

  • Louie D. March 4, 2021 11:06 pm

    Stephanie, I remember we used to hang out at the salon with Stephanie and my aunt. Stephanie was an outgoing person and touched everybody when it came into her salon she didn’t care who you were and she made you laugh and made you smile. Staffing gave the joy of life to everybody and making sure they look beautiful when they left the salon The full attention of everybody was recognized by her hard work and kindness of love that she gave the world Miss you Stephanie You keep on making me laugh everyday when I think about you!

  • Patricia Spinosi March 25, 2021 1:33 am

    Stephanie was so full of Life. A great person whom I had the pleasure of knowing since grade school at Epiphany of our Lord. I happened to move around the salon after I was married and we kept in touch. I saw her last the Bakery when I stopped by during my trip to South Carolina. I will miss u Sweet Steph. Prayers for Ava and the family. Love, Patti Spinosi

  • Doreen Scherer April 18, 2021 9:34 pm

    Ava and the Pisano Family.
    I attended both grade school and high school with Stephanie and became a client of hers at Incognito. This was at a time of my life that I could’ve used a happy person in my life and Stephanie surely fit the bill! We laughed and had wonderful conversations at the salon, she even set me up on a date or two. She was a wonderful friend who cared from her heart. When she spoke she did it from her soul with honesty and happiness. I will miss her terribly!
    So sorry I was unable to attend her mass, but she is always in my heart!
    Doreen D’Andrea Scherer

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