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Dengler, Roberts, Perna Funeral Home

3070 Delaware Avenue, Kenmore, NY

OBITUARY

Mary M. Lawrence

July 30, 1944August 4, 2019
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LAWRENCE - Mary M. (nee Adams) August 4, 2019. Loving mother of Marsha Lawrence and Marilynn “DeeDee” Wackenheim; beloved grandmother of Samantha (Ben Marotta) and Miranda (Robert Satchwell) Wackenheim; cherished Nana of Cameron and Jackson Marotta and Isabell and Malaki Satchwell. Friends may call Wednesday from 4-8 PM at the DENGLER, ROBERTS, PERNA FUNERAL HOME, 3070 Delaware Ave., Kenmore. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday at 9 AM from Holy Spirit Church, 85 Dakota St., Buffalo. If desired, donations may be made in Mary’s name to Holy Spirit Church. Please share condolences online at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, August 7, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, August 8, 2019

Memories

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Linda McDonnell

August 11, 2019

My Dear Friend, there have been so many memories over the past fifty some years we have known each other that not just one but all the memories have been precious. You have been a true friend and I will miss your kindness and laughter. You will be in my heart always. Love you Mary.

Debra Nickles

August 8, 2019

She may be gone but will never be forgotten. The memories of the times we shared with such a sweet friend. Such a love of history and so adventurous. Our trip to Disney was such a hoot. Getting her to climb a fence to avoid the Disney parade crowd, getting a scolding from the hotel security for laughing too loud in our room and even searching for some toast she said she needed at Dollywood. So many more adventures we will treasure. Our good friend will always be with us in our hearts. Heaven is enjoying her gusty laugh. Love you,Mary.

Bill Mowczko

August 6, 2019

My cousin Mary Margaret was a wonderful childhood companion when she and her mother, Aunt Helen, would visit my father, mother, brother, and me living on a small farm in Alden, NY. She was a fresh spirit, joyful, and laughing. As time went on and my father moved us West, contacts became infrequent. During my adulthood, I visited her periodically and guess what, she maintained that same spirit level while working despite personal adversities. Boy, after she retired, she was almost unstoppable. She volunteered for the food pantry and pursued other selfless activities for her beloved Catholic faith. Following those traditions and despite limited means, she was always generous with her hospitality. Annual birthday phone conversations with her were always a "hoot". I can still hear her uproarious laugh! I will miss that every year when July 30th rolls around. Rest assured that even though she is no longer physically with us, her spirit and infectious laughter will remain in my mind. Pax vobiscum Mary Margaret.

Lori Faulkner (Elmwood SAH)

August 6, 2019

We are all thinking of you during this difficult time

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