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Condolences for Mary M. Taylor (Cunnane)

Mary CorrentiMonday, April 26th

Mary was like another sister to me. She was there for me when Tina passed away
And we got together once a month at our favorite place for our steak bites and funnel cake fries. I love you and I’ll keep a watch over Our grandbabies, Sadie and Jagger Who I will continue to smother with hugs and kisses from both of us. I’m going to miss you terribly, my dear friend💗💗💗

John and Kathy GrisponMonday, April 26th

Bud; Sending our heartfelt condolences on your loss of Mary. We will always remember with a big smile on her face.Please know that we are with you in thoughts and prayers.

Tricia StahmerMonday, April 26th

Mary was a very happy lady. Her grandson attended the child care I am a teacher at. She never came without a big smile on her face. She was always friendly and cared about everyone. RIP Mary

Terry and Chrissy EarleyTuesday, April 27th

Love to all of You, Mary was very special She is another person I can pray to. So many Great Memories Much Laughter We were blessed to have such a Great Friend for so long. Bud You made Mary so Happy. Jessie,Jackie,Matt So Proud. When ever you are down tell a story about Mary quarantee will feel Better. We are always here if you need us!

Jaime SchmittTuesday, April 27th

Mary was my second mom. Jesse and I met in fifth grade and been brothers ever since. This is so heat breaking. And I extend sincere condolences to the Smith and Taylor families in this extremely difficult time.
She had a knack for connecting with people. Always found something to chat about even just meeting someone new. Going to miss her smile and laugh. And of course the hugs.

Jackie BoyleTuesday, April 27th

The world has lost a great loving soul. Mary was such a loving dedicated job coach, I love watching her work. She always spoke very highly of her family and her children and her grandchildren, very proud she was. I loved every story that she would tell me. She was an amazing woman and will truly be missed. My deepest condolences to the family.

Justin SweeneyWednesday, April 28th

so sad here in cape may Miss mary what a great person Buddy and Jackie my prayers and sympathy to my friends. Justin And Jan in Cape May

New Hampshire College CrewThursday, April 29th

To the Entire Smith, Taylor and Cunnane families,

Our deepest sympathies go out to you all during this difficult time. Mrs. Taylor loved us all like we were her own children. We will miss her very much and will always remember and cherish the times we were able to spend together. It was a guarantee you were going to feel like a million bucks after just a short conversation. The world needs more Mrs. Taylors' !

Much love and sympathies from all of our families to yours.
The Sharpe, Montagna, Masci, Fortin and Fisher families

Pat and Jerry LyonsFriday, April 30th

Buddy, Jackie, Jesse and Matt, our sincerest condolences on the loss of your dear wife and loving Mom and Grandmom. Mary was always a bright spot in everyone’s life. I will always remember her smiling face and hearty laugh.

Ed and Mary LawrenceMonday, May 3rd

So sorry to hear of Mary's passing. She was a beautiful soul and wonderful neighbor. She will be missed by all who knew her. Prayers are sent to all of you during this difficult time of loss.

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