Mary P. McClay

Danville, California

1925 - 2017

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Dear Fran, John, Jack and Luke,

We are so very sorry to hear about your loss. Over the years, we have enjoyed hearing the stories of your entire family, and our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Losing a parent is a heart wrenching experience that J and I have been through over the past several years. Our thoughts are with you and your whole family at this time.

Much love, Margaret and J (West Baltimore, Larkspur)

Dear Mc Clay Family
We are sorry to hear of Mary,s passing. Mary was the kindest, caring and wonderful person we ever knew. When I would visit Janet, Mary,s daughter in law, I spent much time with Mary and Jim, they are among the very best memories of my life. Tami and I offer our sincerest prayers and sympathy to all of the Mc Clay family. She will be missed, but live on for eternity in our hearts and minds. Tami and I truly believe that her passing came on all saints eve because God...

I fondly remember all the special times with Jim and Mary surrounding Saint Mary's Basketball. They were consummate givers to all they encountered. One occasion was a trip in Jim's station wagon to a Fresno State Game. His license plate holder said..."Happiness is being a Shrumpa". Jim led the rosary all the way to Fresno. The Gaels won that night, ending FSU's 36 game home winning streak. Mary was a wonderful mother having borne her nine children. She warmly welcomed so many into...

Dear McClay Clan,
All our love remembering your beautiful Mom, Mary. I have so many wonderful memories of your mom and dad and family that shaped the moments of my life. Mary was a beautiful soul and her heart was open to all. You are a such a wonderful family and I have fond and happy memories of laughter and love! Our heartfelt sympathy to all and love! Karen (Hall) and Fred Bailey

Dear McClays - we're all so very sorry to hear about your mom. Needless to say, there will be some great stories and laughter this weekend when our family reminisces about the wild times on Draeger Drive. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Much love ~~


Mary's Obituary

Mary P. McClayMarch 17, 1925 - November 1, 2017Resident of DanvilleBorn in Philadelphia on St. Patrick's Day, 1925, Mary Patricia McClay passed away peacefully on All Saints Day at the age of 92. Mother of nine, grandmother of 23, and great-grandmother of two, Mary lived in California for 68...

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