Tewksbury, Massachusetts


January 1, 2019
Tewksbury, Massachusetts


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MacDONALD, Mary B. (Muldoon) Age 81, of Tewksbury, formerly of Roslindale, passed away July 22, 2019. Beloved wife of the late William R. MacDonald. Daughter of the late Arthur A., and Margery T. (Lynch) Muldoon. Mother of Dorothy C. Calvetti, and her husband Mark of Milford, NH, Lisa M. Stone...

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As a longtime customer at the bookstore, I looked forward seeing Mary who was always helpful and kind. She will be missed. My sincere condolences to all her relatives and her colleagues at the bookstore.

My condolences on your loss, I knew Mary from water aerobics, a lovely lady, always smiling, she will be missed.

Our deepest Condolence's to your family.
May your fond memories fill your heavy hearts with joy during this most difficult time and days ahead.

My heart is broken but I would love to share wonderful memories of Mary. I am Mary's yoga teacher and friend. Mary always was smiling , always sitting to the right of me !
( I saved her seat by putting chocolate goodies on it for her). She made us all laugh , always so positive and happy. She would always say ok let's do 10 more that was her signature statement!. My class is heartbroken also, we will miss her so much. Heaven has a new Angel, please watch down on us Mary and make sure...

Sweet Mary was my friend from Pool, Lockers were next to each other. We talk about a lot of things, she was a wonderful person who left an impact on many people. RIP Mary

Cookie Robinson, Tewksbury, MA

Mary volunteered EVERY Tuesday at the Lowell Transitional Living Center. She served meals to the guests with a smile and got to know the residents. I worked with her on the first Tuesday of the month and was able to get to know her over the many years we volunteered together. She adored talking about her family, her trips with her siblings, and meals with her husband and children. It will not be the same in that kitchen without Mary. May her memory be eternal.

Mary was dedicated Volunteer at Lowell Transitional Living Center. She'd been a faithful helper since 1996, coming every Tuesday. She guided me through my first Tuesday working there in May of 2005. I Will Miss her Greatly. God Bless Her, Rest in Peace.
Jim Larkin
LTLC Kitchen Manager

Mary and I did yoga as best as we could together. We talked, shared ailment stories, and laughed together. I am out of town for the summer but will miss her greatly when I return.

Dear Dotty and Family,

So sorry to hear about your Mom. May she rest in peace and comfort.

With out sincerest condolences and love,
Pam & Jon