Mary T.-Donahue-Obituary

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Mary T. (Gully) Donahue

Worcester, Massachusetts

Sep 17, 1937 – Feb 3, 2021 (Age 83)


September 17, 1937
February 3, 2021
Worcester, Massachusetts


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Callahan Fay Caswell Funeral Home Obituary

WORCESTER-Mary T. (Gully) Donahue, 83, died Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at the Saint Francis Home after a courageous battle with Dementia and finally Covid 19. She was such a wonderful, vibrant, kind and funny woman. She could lighten any mood, bring a smile to anyone's face and will...

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I am so very sorry to have heard of Mary's passing. I cherish the many wonderful memories of Mary, particularly her kindness. We shared many laughs, and sometimes tears. I'll miss her dearly.

To Mary's Family, Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of Mary. We knew her when she was a resident at Homestead Hall, as was our Dad. Everyone enjoyed Mary's company. She always had a smile on her face, a kind word, and often a compliment. Mary will be missed. May she rest in peace.

We are so very sorry at the passing of Aunt Mary. She was a vibrant and kind soul who always made me feel welcome. God bless her and may you find comfort at this difficult time.

Our deepest sympathy to the Donahue and Gully family. Mary had that smile that made everyone else smile. Our prayers are with the family so sorry for your loss. The Bachant family.

Maureen, Al, Lauren, Alex, Sarah, Tyler and Caitlin, Our deepest condolences to you on the loss of your beloved Aunt Mary. She was a special person to you and her loss leaves a big hole in your heart. She was a beautiful and kind person with a great smile. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult and sad time.

We are so sorry for your loss. We pray that your memories of her will help you through this difficult time.

So sorry for your loss, Mary was such a wonderful person, grew up in the same house as my husband Joe Lane, then the Donahues lived right across the street from us when we were married. We had a lot of fond memories and laughs. I will always remember the Donahue and Gully families.

My Deepest Sympathies to All of Aunt Mary's family (as I knew her) . I'll always treasure the days I Hung out with Mary ;) and That Smile will always be my fondest memory ! Please know my Thoughts and Prayers are with you all

Mary was such a kind, wonderful person. I knew her from meetings we attended. She will be missed.