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July 22, 2018

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October 14, 2016
Mary was one of the funniest people I've ever known. You always knew when she was in the room, first by hearing her voice and then by the laughter of everyone around her. A great storyteller. Mary was a very kind, caring person to everyone around her. She got all these great qualities from the best - her Mom and Dad. I can almost hear them now sitting around talking and of course laughing. We were all lucky to have you in our lives.
October 12, 2016
In loving memory of my dear cousin Mary. Love you so very much Mary.
October 12, 2016
My condolences to the Entire Shea Clan cousins and all. I worked with Mary in the School system for many years and was always impressed with her calm manner and willingness to do whatever for the kids. A loss for nurses everywhere and especially for her extended family.

Evelyn Fudge
October 11, 2016
Mary was most beloved by all her caretakers at Oak Knoll. She was kind, gentle and funny. She was quick to laugh and never forgot to ask about how things were going with you. She did not dwell on her own problems but was very compassionate and sympathetic to anyone else's problems. She loved going outdoors, and would look up to the sky, breathe in the air and say, "This is a happy-to-be-alive day". Her biggest smiles came whenever she talked about her niece and nephews. She will be missed.