Mary McMullan

Mary E. McMullan (McTaggart)

Tuesday, September 22nd, 1931 - Saturday, May 2nd, 2020
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    Pinelawn Memorial Park
    2030 Wellwood Avenue
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    Thursday May 7, 2020 11AM

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Betsy and Vincent Reade

Posted at 12:38pm
We first met Mary in 1971 when we were getting petitions signed to get Tim Driscoll on the ballot. I can't even remember what it was for. We then met her when organizing the Bloody Sunday March in Brooklyn in 1972. She and John became good friends and the were very generous to our son Christoper. Vincent & Chris even marched with the Derry society on St Patrick's Day. John was a great loss. Mary then went on to be of great service to the Irish American community. We lost touch after we moved from the NY area, but I knew Mary was still serving her community. A shining example on how to live a life. She is missed.

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