Mary J. Marinucci

Mary J. Marinucci passed away peacefully in her sleep on July 10, 2019 in Everett, MA. She was born on May 26, 1931 in Boston, MA. The oldest of four children born to William and Mary Connelly, all of whom preceded her. Mary grew up in Roxbury, MA, attended Boston Trade School and graduated with a business degree. In 1960, she married her first husband and gave birth to a son, Michael. In 1975, she moved to Everett and married “the love of her life” Phillip F. Marinucci of Roslindale, MA and became a stepmother to Frank and Kevin. They remained happily married until his passing in 1997. Mary worked as a supervisor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital until she retired. Mary enjoyed talking and reminiscing, she had amazing stories and a great memory! She had a green thumb, enjoyed knitting, reading books, doing crossword puzzles, getting her hair done and drinking Kahlua. Most of all, she enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

Mary leaves behind one son, Michael Crook; two stepsons, Frank and Kevin Marinucci; two grand-daughters Monique Chambers and Nicole Crook; six great-grandkids, Tai’Aysha and Aryan Thach-Crook, Taje Vozzella, Ava Stockton and Phillip and Rose Marinucci; and six nieces and nephews.

Mary had a direct personality, she was sweet, fun-loving, kind-hearted, happy and an amazing woman, who was loved by all who came in contact with her. She will be greatly missed.

Services will be held on Saturday August 3, 2019 at Elm Street Baptist Church, 202 Elm Street, Everett, MA, 02149. Memorial service from 1-2 pm followed by a re-past gathering downstairs.

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7-15-2019
Maggie Connelly

Thinking of all of you during this sad time. I'll miss my conversations with Mary. She did indeed have an amazing memory!! She was my go-to resource when doing geneological research or to confirm a photo of a relative, or a date for any event. I also loved her sense of humor and frankness. She will be missed! With sympathy, Mags (Bill's daughter)


7-15-2019
Traci Hoskin

My Deepest condolences to her Family; Mary was an amazing woman and yes, her stories were so entertaining. She will be truly missed - may the "Heavens" welcome home an "Angel" as she continues to watch over her Family.

God Bless You Ms. Mary - you are already missed... 🙏

Love Traci


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