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Official Obituary of: Mary C. Miconi, 86, on May 6, 2022

Mary C. Miconi, 86, on May 6, 2022

Mary C Miconi, 86, of North Attleboro passed away peacefully at LifeCare of Attleboro surrounded by her family on May 6th, 2022.  She was the wife of Daniel S Miconi until he passed in 1988.

Born in Brockton, MA, she was the only child of Frank Spadea and Helen Todd Spadea.  She leaves two daughters, Catherine of North Attleboro and Louise of Cotuit, MA: 2 grandsons, Edmond Joseph Wedge along with his wife Tina of Marstons Mills: Benjamin Daniel Wedge and his wife Stefany of South Boston: and a great-grandson, Michael Alan Wedge of South Boston.  She also leaves many, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who loved her dearly.

Mary graduated from Brockton High School in 1953. Residing in North Attleboro MA for most of her life, Mary worked at Balfour in Attleboro, Univis Frame in North Attleboro and was a cafeteria staff member for the North Attleboro School system for many years.

She joined the Lions club in 1987.  First as a member of the South Attleboro Lioness Club and then in 1992 as a charter member of the South Attleboro Village Lions Club.  She served as club President twice, once from 1999-2000 and then again from 2004-2005.

Mary loved her Christmas trips to NYC with her family. She also loved traveling by boat to Newport in the summers with family and friends.  She loved visiting Chatham, New Hampshire and took trips to Italy and cruised to the Caribbean.  She was also a devoted pet owner, loved classic movies and some good ole early rock&roll, especially Elvis. 

Visitation will be at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street North Attleboro on Monday, May 16th between 9-10am with a celebratory mass immediately following at St Mary’s Church.  Burial will then be held at St Mary’s Cemetery in North Attleboro. 

To sign an online guestbook, please visit www.sperry-mchoul.com

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  • Sincere sympathy to the family Louanne. The Funeral service and Mass  for your Mom was special.  May  she rest in peace and comfort with God. 
    Blessings, Jon 

  • We just heard of Mary’s passing. Cathy we are so sorry and know that she was a treasure to you and you to her. Rest in eternal peace, Mary. Sincere condolences to your family. 

  • Mary was a very kind and sweet lady. She had the nicest smile and a very positive demeanor.  You will be very missed by your family and friends.  Rest In Peace Mary!

  • We will always remember the wonderful times for almost 30 years on Westfield Drive. We have so many happy memories of Mary and family.

  • I worked with Mary at the North Attleboro Middle School Cafeteria years ago. I adored Mary. She was so fun to be around and always made me laugh. I am sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace Mary 

  • Mary was a dear cousin to my dad, Richard Catrambone. I have fond memories of Mary and her family.
    Especially the family reunion a few summers ago. I will always remember her beaming smile, laughter and spirit. Rest in Peace Mary. Much Love! Until we meet again. Please give hugs to my dad for me.

  • I will forever think of Mary on Thanksgiving, as she was always so delightful and fun! We spent many Thanksgivings together, each one a happy and memorable occasion. May she rest in peace with my DAD and Howard.

  • I will forever think of Mary on Thanksgiving, as she was always so delightful and fun! We spent many Thanksgivings together, each one a happy and memorable occasion. May she rest in peace with my DAD and Howard.

  • [size=5]Auntie Mary, Pawsox games were the BEST times, never to be forgotten and you did the best jitterbug ever! Our kids will always remember the extra French fries you gave them at lunch. We hope to see you in Heaven someday.[/size]

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  1. [size=5]Auntie Mary, Pawsox games were the BEST times, never to be forgotten and you did the best jitterbug ever! Our kids will always remember the extra French fries you gave them at lunch. We hope to see you in Heaven someday.[/size]

  2. I will forever think of Mary on Thanksgiving, as she was always so delightful and fun! We spent many Thanksgivings together, each one a happy and memorable occasion. May she rest in peace with my DAD and Howard.

  3. I will forever think of Mary on Thanksgiving, as she was always so delightful and fun! We spent many Thanksgivings together, each one a happy and memorable occasion. May she rest in peace with my DAD and Howard.

  4. Mary was a dear cousin to my dad, Richard Catrambone. I have fond memories of Mary and her family.
    Especially the family reunion a few summers ago. I will always remember her beaming smile, laughter and spirit. Rest in Peace Mary. Much Love! Until we meet again. Please give hugs to my dad for me.

  5. I worked with Mary at the North Attleboro Middle School Cafeteria years ago. I adored Mary. She was so fun to be around and always made me laugh. I am sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace Mary 

  6. We will always remember the wonderful times for almost 30 years on Westfield Drive. We have so many happy memories of Mary and family.

  7. Mary was a very kind and sweet lady. She had the nicest smile and a very positive demeanor.  You will be very missed by your family and friends.  Rest In Peace Mary!

  8. We just heard of Mary’s passing. Cathy we are so sorry and know that she was a treasure to you and you to her. Rest in eternal peace, Mary. Sincere condolences to your family. 

  9. Sincere sympathy to the family Louanne. The Funeral service and Mass  for your Mom was special.  May  she rest in peace and comfort with God. 
    Blessings, Jon 

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