Mary B. Montrond

1925 ∼ 2020

Marjory R. RAKOSKI of ONSET wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. Mary was a special woman, always smiling. Mary you were the only person that babysat "Your Payton". We will all miss your smiling face. Love you, Marjie

Juanita Gomes of West Wareham, MA wrote:

Auntie Mary was the best story teller besides Uncle Benny, her brother. I learned so much about our family and many other things from listening to their stories. Auntie Mary, you are going to be missed so much. God Blessed you with a great long life and the family with having you in our lives for many years. You have gone on to receive your heavenly reward and to be reunited with all your loved ones who went before you. May you rest in eternal, everlasting peace in the presence of our Lord. To my cousins, may the Lord comfort each of you during your time of grief and your memories add to that comfort. God Bless, Cousin Juanita xoxo

caitlin of wzreham wrote:

our prayer and toughts with your family

Toni Encarnacao of Danvers wrote:

Auntie you will be missed

Faye Eddleston of East Wareham, MA wrote:

I'm so sorry to hear this. "Mama" Montrond will be missed by so many. May she Rest In Peace.

Lisa Decas Jacques of Middleboro Ma wrote:

We are so sorry for your loss. Our love thoughts and prayers to Mary’s family and friends. Lisa and Wayne Jacques John and Kiki Decas

Heidi Harkins of Bourne wrote:

I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was a beautiful person inside and out. Although I haven’t seen her in a very long time she made such an impression on me. May God bless her and help you all remember the happiness and joy she gave to you and the people she met whether an acquaintance or friend

Virginia Eldridge of Bradenton FL wrote:

My sincere sympathy to the entire family.

Linda Hammond & Bob Santos of East Wareham, MA wrote:

"Mary Montrond" (as Tony & I called her) was a gem. Her talents were unlimited & amazing. I still have my mom's smashed Hummel that she repaired. She lived her life with faith, love & compassion and a lot of smiles & hugs. Mary Montrond, God Bless You. Rest in Peace.

Joe & Donna Mattos of Golden Valley, Arizona wrote:

Our prayers and condolences go out to Mary's Family. She was an energetic,sweet woman,stopped by to see her and Tony in Sept. So sad, but she is resting in God's hands.

Pat Kuppens wrote:

My sincere condolences to the Montrond Family. Mary was a treasure, always giving,and bringing joy to those around her. Mary was a wonderful grandparent helper in my East Wareham Kindergarten class. She had more energy than some of the students! I have fond memories of our “field trip” across the street to visit Mary at her home to view her amazing Christmas Village. Prayers and love to her family. The video is just beautiful!

Ann M Bryant of Mattapoisett wrote:

I have such sweet memories of Mrs. Montrond. Thank you, Anna, for inviting me to your house so I could experience your lovely mother. She was always so kind. Sending healing blessings and love to your family. <3

Beverly & David MacKinnon of St. Petersburg, Florida wrote:

We would like to extend our Deepest Sympathies to the entire Montrond Family with the loss of your wonderful Mother. She was such a Blessing to everyone who had the opportunity to know her. We want to send all our Love, Thoughts and Prayers to her beautiful family and we pray that all your wonderful memories will help to sustain you through this very difficult time.

Jody Nye of Marion, Ma wrote:

I met Mary at the PCTFCU (credit union) i was working as a teller, and everytime Mary came in the credit union she would always have a Smile, and we would talk about her excursions and Life. She was a Very Strong Minded Lady, and not Afraid to do anythg, i really enjoyed talking to her everytime i saw her no matter where it was. She will Be Missed Very Much.

Tessie Heikila Franklin of Rye, Colorado wrote:

Much love & prayers. Beautiful video, beautiful family.

EDWARD ANDRADE of Sunrise, Florida wrote:

You represented your era in a very special way that cannot be replaced and will be sorely missed.

David McElroy of East Liverpool, Ohio wrote:

Martha & Family, so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. Have many fond memories of her, and all the visits with her while living in Eadt Wareham. Godspeed Mary. David & Mary Ann McElroy

Anna M Byers of Halifax wrote:

To Martha, Anna, and family. Very sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Always think of the special good times and may she rest in peace with the angels above. Anna (Szarwinski) Byers

Patty Perry Charlotte and family of Taunton Ma wrote:

Sorry to hear of Mary’s passing she was a wonderful woman and will be sorely missed All our love to you all

Kelly Burke of Marion, MA wrote:

Much love to all of you. What an incredible legacy of love, friendship and service.

Donna Monteiro Hagopian Barros of Palm Desert CA wrote:

May you Rest in Heavenly Peace Lovely Lady

John Shepard of Dasmariñas Cavite Philippines wrote:

Thank you for sharing this wonderful and Beautiful video. God bless you and your family. May her guiding light give you peace and guidance.

John Mendes of Lawton Oklahoma wrote:

Tyler Ave will not be the same.Rest in peace Mrs. Montrond

Claire Croce Rutledge of Coventry Rhode Island wrote:

My condolences to thee family I’m so so sorry such a beautiful woman. Beautiful family. She is up in heaven with Auntie Josie. Love and prayers always

Shirley Cruz of Wareham,Mass wrote:

I am so sorry to hear about your mother. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.

Jennifer Rose of East Wareham wrote:

She is still a beautiful lady in my heart. I will always remember her and her BBQ's in the backyard. She will be missed greatly.

Dorothy Burr of Cornville, AZ wrote:

Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Mrs Montrond was a wonderful person and it was an honor to have known her and experienced her kindness. Love & Blessings.

Dottie DeBlois of Wareham, MA wrote:

I’m so sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories, and love, of my friend Mary during our days working together in the cafeteria and of our friendship. May she Rest In Peace.