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Mary M. Mark

February 26, 1923 - March 5, 2023

Visitation: Thursday, March 9th 9:30-10:30 a.m. Chesmore Funeral Home of Holliston

Funeral Mass: Thursday, March 9th 11:00 a.m. Saint Mary’s Church of Holliston

Burial: Thursday, March 9th, immediately following Mass – Saint Mary’s Cemetery-MILFORD

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Can't believe that she has finally made her way back to be with her Stanley. Loved being around her and would have done anything for her. I have missed her since we had to move away from.Holliston! God bless you Mary!

Posted by Christine Jess Marrocco on December 14, 2023

I am happy that Mary is at peace. It has been a challenge for her for a while. She was always a pleasure to see as well as Ida. She will be missed. Jane McCarthy

Posted by Jane McCarthy on April 15, 2023

Mary was my next door neighbor for 15 years and she was a good friend to my mom, Birdie Davis. I remember the day Stanley died. I remember her watching me sing on the giant rock on the side of our property, and getting such a kick out of it. I remember the cookies she shared with me, the beautiful doll she handmade for me, her meticulous attention to her landscaping, her stories, sharing a cup of tea with her, the pride she took in her beloved nephew BoBo, and how happy she was when her sister Ida came to share her home (even though she didn’t always say it out loud). I remember how much pain she had from her spine, for so many years. I last saw her 23 years ago when my husband and I visited Holliston so I could show him where I grew up. Wish I could be there to honor her in person.

Posted by Nancy Davis Merrey on March 7, 2023

I had the pleasure of meeting Mary and speaking with her over the telephone several times over the last few years as our firm prepared her tax returns. She was always such fun! Sometimes I couldn't get her off of the phone but I still enjoyed our conversations immensely. She always asked me how my own mother was doing because they both had macular degeneration. She was very thoughtful and always said she'd keep my mother in her prayers. I am so glad that she made it to 100 years! Eternal rest grant unto her, and let perpetual light shine upon her.

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