Mary A. Mullaney

Shorewood, Wisconsin


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Mullaney, Mary A. "Pink" If you're about to throw away an old pair of pantyhose, stop. Consider: Mary Agnes Mullaney (you probably knew her as "Pink") who entered eternal life on Sunday, September 1, 2013. Her spirit is carried on by her six children, 17 grandchildren, three...

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What an inspiration Pink brought to my day! Upon feeling under the weather, I decided to browse the internet and stumbled upon the obituary. I wish Pink was my relative, friend or neighbor. I know no one is perfect but being positive, generous and understanding goes a very long way. I'm TEAM PINK all the way. May your family be blessed with the wonderful memories you obviously created daily. Ironically all who knows me, knows my favorite color is PINK!!

Wow! What an outstanding memorial, sendoff message. What an adorable sweet lady. She reminds me of my own grandmother by some of your stories here. What a blessing to have family love you so much to make your final story this special. You did an amazing job. I feel as if I know her myself. Thank you for sharing a little bit of the beauty that was "Pink". God bless all of you

Pink pray for us. May Mary keep our souls in her prayers.

I am just seeing this now because of the internet, but Pink has touched my heart and I will try to live up to her advice. I wish her family all the best.

Most touching obituary ever written. May she rest in peace. I don't even know her but just reading this I can tell she was one of the coolest humans on the planet.

Jerry and Peter! Your mom's obit is listed in an article about how to write one. Since I've been editing my obit after a teensy heart incident, I read these articles! When the news of your mom's passing first appeared, two friends from other parts of the country had seen it and sent it to me because of the Milwaukee connection. They were surprised to learn I'd met Pink. You can add to her great qualities was that she was always concerned that you "boys" were eating right!

I am so sorry for your loss.May the God of peace be with you.

This is a stunning tribute to a clearly wonderful person. Pink, I hope you'll say some prayers for me and others who have come across the loving words written about you. My condolences to her family and friends.

Wow! What a Gal! I love her style and her story was well written. It was expressed with adoration as well as admiration and painted a beautiful picture of "Pink". Remarkable woman.