Mary Eulalia Boyle
A.T. Hutchins Funeral and Cremation Services
660 Brighton Avenue
Portland, ME
Mary Eulalia Boyle, 87
SCARBOROUGH -- Mary Eulalia Boyle, 87, of Portland, Maine, passed away Friday, February 21, 2014, at Pine Point Center. She was born in Portland on October 17, 1926 to Teresa Marie (Fairweather) and F. Leo Boyle, Sr.
Mary was a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy and worked for many years in Medical Records at the Maine Medical Center. After retirement, Mary enjoyed 'gallivanting' and 'fine dining' with friends, going to Ken's Place for clam cakes with her nieces, square and line dancing, bowling and playing bingo. She was a long-time member of St. Pius X Catholic Church in Portland.
Mary is preceded in death by her parents, brother F. Leo Boyle, Jr., and sister-in-law, Elizabeth P. Boyle. She will be greatly missed by her three nieces, Teresa B. and
husband Robert Falsani of Duluth, Minn., Barbara Boyle and husband Eugene Takahashi of Davis, Calif., and Aletha Boyle and husband Dana Ellis of Belgrade, grand-niece Tara Falsani (Michael Olson) and grand-nephews Kelly Falsani (Heather), Shea Ellis (Penny Galloway), Cameron
Mary Eulalia Boyle, 87
Ellis and Keenan Takahashi, as well as four great grand-nieces and nephews. Besides being a wonderful aunt, Mary will be missed by many friends, including her special longtime friend, Thelma Greenlaw of South Portland, and good friend Pauline Rand of Portland. In addition, the family would like to thank the caregiving staff and residents at Birchwoods at Canco, especially Chuck, for his movie nights which Mary loved, Pam at the desk, and Mary's buddy, Ed.
The family plans a memorial service in the summer. To offer words of condolence and share memories with the family, please go to
As Mary was an animal lover, please consider a donation
in Mary's memory to:
The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland
449 Stroudwater St.
Westbrook, ME 04092

Published by Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on Feb. 23, 2014.
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