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Mary E.

August 30, 1949 – June 5, 2020

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Condolence From: Mary Dillon Talbot
Condolence: My deepest condolences on the passing of your mother, Jeanne. Aunt Mary was truly an Irish Rose. She was only 16 years old when I was born, so she doted on me and my brother, Joe, as only a young aunt would. She would take us for car rides through town, radio blaring tunes from the 60’s while the 3 of us sang loudly along. Ice cream was always on the agenda. I remember her as young and beautiful, with long red hair, green eyes, and a strong gift of gab with a wicked sense humor. She’ll be missed, but I’m sure Nana (and all those who went before her) had a strong cup of Irish tea waiting as they warmly greeted her at Heaven’s Door.

Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her.

Much love,

Mary, Bill and family
Winnetka, Illinois
Saturday June 13, 2020
Condolence From: BONNIE Beyer Small
Condolence: I have many fun memories of growing up in the Emmons St neighborhood.Mary lived across the st. From me. There were great games of hide and seek, red rover and 1,2,3,redlight..I remember being over at Mary's house watching Peggy get ready for a date. Peggy would teach us how to dance and we would all dance around the bedroom. Mary, Rest In Peace. The Beyer family sends thoughts and prayers to your family.
Saturday June 13, 2020
Condolence From: Karen Villani
Condolence: My heart goes out to her beloved Jeannie, grandchildren, family, friends, and anyone who knew Mary. My mom and Mary were friends first, which then prompted a friendship with Jeannie and myself. I remember many times, how Mary would give my mom (the non-driver) rides places, have many conversations over a cup of coffee, while Jeannie and I made out own fun. The interaction between Jeannie and her mom was genuine, raw, humorous but above all, filled with LOVE. I lost my mom 3 years ago this month, and Mary was having a very difficult time physically with walking, but she made sure she was there to pay respects to her ole friend and to be there for me. Since then, she was so supportive if she was aware I was having a hard time with the loss. Always a greeting of “Hey beautiful, you should have been in movies.” Always building people up. If she loved you, she would be your biggest cheerleader in life.
Mary, I will miss you, I cherish the fact that our paths crossed and I got to know you. Thank you for being the amazing woman that you always have been. The majority of your life was in pain, yet you still put forth the best smile you could and embraced life. I love you and will miss you. May the angels hold you gently.
Saturday June 13, 2020
Condolence From: Lisa & Tony Ferguson
Condolence: Jeannie, Jesse, Skye and Holly,
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you with the Loss of your Mother and Nana. She was always more than a neighbor- she was family- she was a Grandma to Kayla, TJ and Chris and she taught us so many lessons about life just by how she cared for everyone else around her with such love. We will never forget all the parties by the pool and the cups of tea to talk about life. Mary always made you feel like you were the most special person in her life, no matter how many problems you had or obstacles you had to climb, she would get you there. Tony and I will be Forever Grateful to have lived our lives with this Incredible woman who will be forever missed. RIP Mary! We Love you and Miss you so Much! -Lisa & Tony Ferguson xoxo
Friday June 12, 2020
Condolence From: Sheila O'Toole
Condolence: Mary was one of the most loving and caring people that I have had the joy to know. You were blessed if you crossed her path. Her sense of humor was infectious. She was with me the day I met my late husband, Michael. I think she liked him because he was Irish with a last name of O'Toole. That night he drove me home from Richard's in Milford and Mary said, "If you harm her I'll hunt you down like a dog." That was my Mamie. I will always love you dearly. You were met at heaven's gate by your family, my mom and Michael. Have a dance for me. Love you.
Friday June 12, 2020
Condolence From: Donna Snarskis
Condolence: Mary was my best friend and cousin. We grew up together, always at each others houses. We had great times together, always laughter. I will forever miss her. She was well loved by many.
Friday June 12, 2020
Condolence From: Joan Skaff
Condolence: Mary was a classmate of mine at Milford High School. I remember her vividly with her beautiful long flowing red hair and very friendly manner. Always had a big smile and a hello.
Mary may you rest in peace.

Joan Skaff
Milford High School class of 1969
Friday June 12, 2020