Mary J. DeMarco
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Mary J. DeMarco

Monmouth Beach - Mary J. DeMarco, age 90, of Monmouth Beach, died Wednesday at her home in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Born in Boston, MA, she lived in Monmouth Beach all her adult years. She spent winters in Ft. Lauderdale after retiring as a bookkeeper for the family business for 45 years. Mary was one of the founding members of the Monmouth Beach Ladies Auxiliary, a Girl Scout leader being an inspiration for young girls, treasurer of the Monmouth Beach Library for 50+ years, worked on the committee for the annual

Charity Ball in Oceanport for many years.

Mary enjoyed tennis, traveling and was a life bridge master; she was a member of the Monmouth Beach Bath & Tennis Club which she loved immensely.

Mary is pre-deceased in 2010 by her loving husband, Larry. Surviving are her 3 daughters and sons-in-law - Beth & Jack Williams, Peggy & Paul Raben and Debra & Richard Osborn, 5 grandchildren - Stacie Jones, Laura Parker, Larry Raben, John Williams and Fr. Richard Osborn and 7 greats - Sebastian, Caitlin, Savana, Nathaniel, Gabriella, Shay & Maximus.

Viewing will be on Wednesday the 14th at Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home, 1735 Hwy. 35, Middletown, from 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral Mass is Thursday the 15th at 10am at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 19 Cherry Tree Farm Rd., Middletown and following is the entombment at Woodbine Cemetery & Mausoleum, Eatontown Blvd., Oceanport.




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Published in Asbury Park Press from Apr. 9 to Apr. 11, 2021.
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April 24, 2021
I always liked Mary. She was nice to talk to and had so much energy.Was hard to believe that she was 90!I know she will be missed and may she Rest In Peace.
Nancy Lobo mom of Suzie Maguire
April 23, 2021
So sorry to hear about Mary's passing. She was a good friend and we have many fabulous memories from the last 40 years. We will always miss both Mary and Larry DeMarco.
Arlene and Larry Mohr
Friend
April 16, 2021
Just heard the news of Mary's passing. My sympathy to her daughters. Our family is a little emptier without Mary. My love to all.
Gail
Family
April 14, 2021
Mary was a firecracker who always gave 200 percent. We spent alot of time together playing tennis, shopping for Charity Ball prizes, running the Monmouth Park Charity Ball Road Race, buckets, midway and Macy’s Day!!! Mary was great at everything she did. We worked hard but had fun. The only thing she wouldn’t do with me was play bridge.
She and I were family outlaws!!!!
Marianne Hesse
Marianne
Family
April 14, 2021
Mary was a firecracker who always gave 200 percent. We spent alot of time together playing tennis, shopping for Charity Ball prizes, running the Monmouth Park Charity Ball Road Race, buckets, midway and Macy’s Day!!! Mary was great at everything she did. We worked hard but had fun. The only thing she wouldn’t do with me was play bridge.
She and I were family outlaws!!!!
Marianne Hesse
Marianne
Family
April 14, 2021
I would like to extend my condolences to the family . I have known the Mary for many years i will miss seeing her at the club where we would annoy each other when our baseball teams played. Also having a drink on the deck at happy hour. the Schulz family.
john schulz
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April 13, 2021
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Marcia, Richard and Billy
April 11, 2021
Mary and her husband gave me my first job . Pumping gas .They were two of a kind . She is back with Larry ! Having great times again .Tom Fleming
Tom
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April 11, 2021
My dear Miss Mary, I have missed you since the day you drove Dave and me to the Lauderdale airport. Never did I believe that I would never see you again!
I remember how you and Larry welcomed me to Cromwell when I moved there to be with Dave. You, Larry and Michelle and Bruce are the most vivid of my memories and always will be.
I loved how feisty you were with a great big personality, and enjoyed great friendships with all of you.
My heartfelt condolences to your family for their loss. And, I know Dave will be one of those waiting on the other side with your loving Larry to welcome home our dear Mary.
I love you, Miss Mary, forever. Rest now...
Suzanne Regich
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