Mary F. Dugan
1929 - 2021
BORN
1929
DIED
2021
Beloved aunt Mary F. Dugan (Mimi) of New Brighton passed away peacefully on September 17, 2021. She was born in Brooklyn, NY, on January 27, 1929, to Theresa and Denis Dugan. She grew up in Bellmore, Long Island, before moving as a teenager to Staten Island in 1941. She graduated from PS 17 and Curtis High School. After graduation, she worked for the American Hawaiian Steamship Company in Manhattan before working for Catholic Charities and Carmel Richmond Nursing Home on Staten Island. She was predeceased by her parents, sister (Vera Dugan Christensen), and her brothers (Denis and Joseph Dugan). She is survived by many nieces and nephews, cousins, and lifelong friends. Funeral services were private.
Published by Staten Island Advance from Sep. 24 to Sep. 26, 2021.
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Just came across this notice. My sympathy to Nancy & all the nieces & nephews. I have such fond memories of working with Mary at CRNH. They were memorable years! May she now Rest In Peace.
Sr. Pauline Ross
October 1, 2021
RIP Remember you always askinge if i still bought a Christmas coloring book and crayons as an adult
Louanne Angrosina Cammarano
Friend
September 29, 2021
Farewell to our wonderful aunt, who was so very special to us. Thanks, Billy, for your kind and loving words. So many memories.
Jody Christensen
September 26, 2021
Dear Dugan and Christensen families, Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of "Aunt" Mimi. Over the years, my mother reminisced about her neighborhood friends including Mimi, Denny, Grandmother Dugan and her beloved friend, Vera. On occasion, I pass that old neighborhood on the way to work. For now, I retain my mother's fond memories. In years passed, I had the good fortune to see Mimi and Dottie Santacroce at special masses at St. Peter's church on Staten Island. I know that Mimi was important in the lives of the Christensen children after the death of Vera. For her devotion, she will receive her reward. May she rest in peace with her family and friends. With warmest regards, Billy Garnett [email protected] .
Billy Garnett
September 26, 2021
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