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Joseph G. Duffy

255 Ninth Street, Brooklyn, NY

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Mary O'Donnell

March 17, 1931June 16, 2020

Mary O'Donnell was born on March 17, 1931 and passed away on June 16, 2020 and is under the care of Joseph G. Duffy.

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Patty Peck

June 29, 2020

I was very lucky to work with Mary O’D at Diamond Paino for many years. My maiden name was Casey and she immediately told me that we shared the “Irish bond”. She was an amazing women that dealt with life’s challenges with dignity, grace and an incredible sense of humor. Sharing a cocktail and dancing with her at our wedding was a highlight of the day. She taught me about dealing with life and difficult people. Our hearts go out to her family

Irma Ottenwalder

June 27, 2020

I learned so much about life and dealing with people from Mary. I first met Mary when I became a law clerk with Diamond Paino. We sat across from each other and she always managed to get the clients in for depositions. I was fortunate and lucky to know her for so many years. I was blessed with having her at my wedding and enjoy dancing with her. She will forever be remembered in my house because she was witty smart kind good and just the best person you could ever be lucky enough to meet. I will always miss and remember her.

Bernard Rubin

June 27, 2020

I was very saddened to learn of the passing of Mary O’ Donnell. She was a very special, caring, warm, and compassionate human being with the most wonderful sense of humor. I worked with her at Liberty Mutual’s In house counsel in Brooklyn for 13 years and know her for 35 years. I know she was the most wonderful daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother that a family could ever want. She made the world a better place and I am a better person for knowing her.
One memory that she and I oftentimes referred to was dancing together to rap music 🎶 at Conway’s Department Store on Fulton Street which had been Martins Department Store which had been a favorite of her Mothers. May she Rest In Peace and May her love and memories live on to comfort us in times of need. Love Bernie