Aggie Schiano was the wife of original Rochester Lancers owner Charlie Schiano. (Photo courtesy of the Schiano family)

Aggie Schiano, the wife of former Rochester Lancers owner Charlie Schiano, has passed away.

She was 86.

Schiano died on July 10, surrounded by her family after a short illness.

Born in Albany, N.Y. as Agnes G. Mulderry, she and Charlie were married for 62 years. The couple had five children – the Honorable Charles A. Schiano, Jr. the Honorable Michael P. Schiano, Christopher, Kathleen Granville and Sean Schiano. She also is survived by 11 grandchildren.

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Aggie Schiano. (Photo courtesy of the Schiano family)

Schiano graduated of the Holy Name Academy in Albany, N.Y. and earned her master’s degree in eeducation from the College of St. Rose in Albany. Aggie was an outstanding basketball player at St. Rose, earning the nickname of of “Dead-Eye Ag.” She eventually was inducted into the school’s sports hall of fame.

She attended many Lancers games when the team competed in the American Soccer League and North American Soccer League.

Beyond her family, Schiano’s many loves and activities included cooking. She was an exceptional cook as her butter and chocolate chip cookies were well known.

A Funeral Mass was celebrated on July 15 at Holy Cross Church in Rochester, N.Y.

In lieu of flowers, the family has asked friends to consider a donation in Aggie’s memory to the School of the Holy Childhood at 100 Groton Way, Rochester, NY 14623 or the Padre Pio Chapel, Frank Dimino Way, Rochester, N.Y. 14624.