Mary was a very special person. I loved talking with her, she was such a good listener. I miss our talks on Friday night fish fry at the Trenton American Legion. Her pronunciation of “pierogi” was such a delight to hear when she ordered them.
Like my Mom who recently passed, Mary also started out as a housewife but soon working outside the home called and their roles expanded to include years in the work force. They were the pre-woman’s movement. They began breaking barriers and still managed to raise their families. It could not have been easy.
Tony and I were not able to see Mary as much as would have liked the last couple years but she was in our thought often. She can now rest in peace with Joe, their baby, Jeanne and Joey. We will miss you ! Love Beckie & Tony
Mary was a beautiful individual. Full of patience, wisdom and unconditional love. I enjoyed working with her at W.C. Taylor elementary school for years. I enjoyed our planned lunches together outside of school, and singing at St. Joseph's Church in Trenton where we were alto buddies. A neighbor, friend, co-worker and a very special person. I will always remember her with wonderful memories.
Mary was my neighbor for over 30 years. I will treasure all the great memories - the chats we had over the fence in the backyard. I will always remember Mary working in her yard - planting her flowers . Mary was a strong woman - with a big heart - My sincere condolences to Mary's family. Rest in Peace Mary - you will never be forgotten - I will remember you in my prayers.