OBITUARY

Mary A LOPEZ

April 8, 1926November 4, 2020
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Lopez, Mary A., nee Kane, of Yorkville and Queens, New York passed peacefully at the age of 94. She was predeceased by loving husband, Arthur and son, Daniel. She will be dearly missed by her surviving family including siblings, Jean and James; children, Arthur, Michael and Archie, Susan, James and Robin, Bridget and Frank, daughter-in-law, AnnMarie, as well as her grandchildren, great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass to be celebrated on Monday November 9 at 10am at St Joseph RC Church, 404 E 87 St, NY 10128.

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Marilyn Schraut

November 8, 2020

A very fond memory for me was having an overnight with your sweet “Mama”, Bridget and Susan at her apartment. She made delicious steaks and turnips. We talked about many things and laughed out loud.
The three of you kept coming up with ideas to research on the internet as the early morning hours approached. It was a weekday and I remember thinking, guess I will be tired for work but I’m having such a grand time laughing with all of you it would be worth it. Your mom also pulled out rolls of music for the player piano and we giggled at the magic. You mom, so kind, sweet and generous of heart. I am happy that I had the great fortune of knowing her—certainly a very special person. My condolences to each and every one of you and I pray that your memories lift your hearts, are filled with joyful memories and bring you comfort.
Love Marilyn

Phylis Modik- Dunn

November 8, 2020

My deepest condolences to you all . I will always hold the dear wonderful , fun memories I have shared with Mary in my lifetime 🌹 May she rest peacefully with beloved Arty, Danny and Kelly. 🙏🏻
Love, Phylis

Barbara Barranco

November 8, 2020

Bridget. I'm so sorry for you loss. My condolences to you and the family. My main memory of your mom was when years ago we visited her bungalow in the woods. Not sure who was there, probably Marilynn and me. Your mom was shorter than average and the good of that is always being identified as cute never as old. Your mom was a sharp person and said quips that were funny and truthful at the same time. I admired her independence but still able to ask and accept help. I didnt look at the video yet so I'm sure to see more and I will be honored to get to know her more there. You were a good daughter and had your mother for a long time blessing you and her. God will take care of her now in heaven and comfort you here. Love Barbara

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