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Official Obituary of: Mary A. Doiron, 89, on July 1, 2022

Mary A. Doiron, 89, on July 1, 2022

Mary A. Doiron passed away of natural causes in Brockton, MA on July 1, 2022, at the age of 89.  

Mary was born on January 9, 1933 in Roxbury, MA, the daughter of Terence Geoghegan and Catherine (Linnane) Geoghegan of Dorchester, MA.  

Mary grew up in Roxbury, Milton, and Dorchester, MA, graduating from St Patrick’s High School. She moved to Sharon, MA, with her new husband, where she resided for fifty-six years until 2017. 

Mary had volunteered her time to many activities including Ladies Auxiliary of Sharon American Legion Post 106, teaching CCD, taking care of elderly neighbors, and many others.   Mary enjoyed studying the history of her family that immigrated to Massachusetts in the early 1900s. She was a proud second generation American and proud of her Irish heritage. Mary was an avid reader; a knitter who made fabulous blankets, a cook and baker who hosted the family holiday get-togethers, a dog lover, and enjoyed spending time with her family.

Mary had worked at the Perry Seed Company, Western Carloading, and the Foxboro Company.

Mary was predeceased by her husband Richard H. Doiron.  

She leaves her children, Susan (Doiron) Webb and her husband Tony Webb of Jamestown, TN; Francis Doiron and his wife Christine Doiron of Monument CO; and Michael Doiron of Arlington, MA; along with grandchildren Nicole, Paul, Joseph, Celeste, Katherine and great-grandchildren.

A Burial Service will be celebrated on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 at 9:45 AM at the Massachusetts National Cemetery, Connery Ave, Bourne. Interment will follow and will be held privately. 

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Mary’s name to the following causes: Catholic Charities of Boston, 275 West Broadway, Boston MA 02127, https://www.ccab.org/ways-to-give/donate/

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  • It was my privilege to celebrate the committal of Mary at the Bourne National Cemetery.  She rests in the beautiful green fields of that sacred place.  Surrounded by her loving family and friends, may she rest in peace with husband, Richard.  It is my custom to offer Mass for all those I have prayed for at the National Cemetery.  I hope this brings comfort to you who mourn her loss.

    Sincerely in Christ, 
    Msgr. John Darcy 
    East Falmouth, MA

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  1. It was my privilege to celebrate the committal of Mary at the Bourne National Cemetery.  She rests in the beautiful green fields of that sacred place.  Surrounded by her loving family and friends, may she rest in peace with husband, Richard.  It is my custom to offer Mass for all those I have prayed for at the National Cemetery.  I hope this brings comfort to you who mourn her loss.

    Sincerely in Christ, 
    Msgr. John Darcy 
    East Falmouth, MA

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