Mary-Clancey-Obituary

Mary Clancey

Worcester, Massachusetts

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Mary E. Clancey, 65WORCESTER - Mary Eileen (Johnson) Clancey, 65, of Worcester, died Thursday, June 29, 2017 at St. Vincent Hospital after an illness.She leaves her husband of 14 years, Kenneth Clancey; her son, Erik Saarinen of Worcester; three sisters, Priscilla Cirillo and her husband Leonard...

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I just heard this terrible and sad news today after returning from vacation. I am heartbroken to have learned Mary's passing. She was always good for a smile and easy conversation. A friendly and familiar face who sincerely cared about her community and its people. Mary reminded me of what the folks in Mayberry had in their happy little post office -- someone with a kind word for every one. She will truly be missed.

I was shocked ans saddened when I learned of Mary's passing. I will always remember her for the way she treated the customers at the post office. We shared many stories and laughs. I miss her there and am sorry she didn't get to enjoy the long retirement she deserved. I am so very sorry for your loss.

Kenny, I worked with Mary at the Rutland Post Office. She was a sweet and gentle person who never had a bad word to say about anyone. She was loved by her customers and by her fellow workers. I was shocked to hear of her passing. I hope it helps a little to know how much people cared for her and how much she will be missed. So sorry for your loss. Corrine Puliafico

So sorry to hear about Mary. When I think back to High School she was always smiling. My deepest sympathy to her family.

Kenny,
I want to send my deepest regrets on your wife Mary's passing. I never knew Mary but I know she was someone special to you. You will be lonely but you are strong and will get through the sorrow in time. I still think about Sally all the time. Hopefully I will see you some day when I am on the Island visiting Mr. Dink.
Your old friend Fox

My sympathy to the Johnson family,
Memories of our teen years will never be forgotten. Mary was always so much fun and was always agreeable and ready for any adventure. She was a sweet, beautiful and joy to be with.
Her smile and laugh will forever be remembered.
Sheila Conroy

Condolences and prayers to Mary's Family. She was one of the most wonderful and kind hearted women I have ever known. I loved Mary the first time I met her. She was always upbeat and great company. I have a special place in my heart for her. My thoughts are with her son and husband, I will keep them in my prayers. God Bless You Mary Clancy, you will be sadly missed, but joyfully remembered.

How sad we are to learn of Mary's passing. She was lovely in many ways and had the most bautiful smile always.

Your cousin Mike and Betty and MaryEllen and Michael and families

To all of Mary's family. I am so sorry to learn of Mary's passing.Even though I hadn't seen Mary in yrs she was a good friend and a good person. R.I.P. Mary, your friend Joe Salo.