Mary Thompson Death, Obituary – On Monday, January 2, 2019, Mary V. Thompson died away while residing at Notre Dame Harmony Care Assisted Living. She was 94 years old and had spent her whole life in Worcester, which is located in the state of Massachusetts. On Tuesday, January 10, her funeral will be held at Christ the King Church, which is located at 1052 Pleasant Street; the address of that building is also 1052 Pleasant Street. The ceremony will start at twelve o’clock in the noon. The beginning of funeral Mass will take place at eleven o’clock in the morning. The departed will be laid to rest in St. John’s Cemetery when their time on earth is through. On the day of the event, there will be a viewing at the O’CONNOR BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, which can be found at 592 Park Avenue.
The viewing will begin at nine in the morning and continue until ten thirty in the morning. She is survived by her two nieces, Ann M. Sancus of Worcester and Mary Ahearn and her husband Richard, of West Brookfield; her two grand nephews, Peter Kowalonek of Worcester and James Kowalonek and his wife, Lenore of Charlotte, North Carolina; her grand-niece Nicole Woodworth of North Brookfield; and great-grand-niece Olivia and great-grand-nephew Logan, both of North Brookfield; and a grand- She had worked as a secretary for a combined total of 42 years at New England Telephone and, later on, at Nynex until she made the decision to take early retirement in the year 1985, when she was 58 years old.
Prior to that, she had worked for New England Telephone. She had completed the task when she was 58 years old. After that, she continued to work for Attorney Robert J. Donohue on a part-time basis for the succeeding thirteen years, until she ultimately retired in the year 1998. This brought the total amount of time she spent working for him to 1998. This went on for her all the way up until she became 70 years old. Throughout her whole life, Mary was an active participant in a wide variety of organizations and communities. Some examples of these include the Lithuanian Club, the Telephone Pioneers of America, and Christ the King Parish. The things that people will remember most about her are her love of great cuisine and wines, as well as her enthusiasm for both cooking and touring the world. People will also remember her for her love of traveling. People will also recall how much she cherished the opportunity to see the world.