Mary E. Parro

1928 ∼ 2019

Paula Cash of South Yarmouth Mass wrote:

Mary was a wonderful person and neighbor- she loved children and people - she will be sorely missed and forever in our hearts - She was very lucky to have such wonderful children who were always by her side.

Kevin Driscoll of Norton wrote:

i am so sorry to hear about the passing of Mrs. Parro. Such a wonderful woman and my second mother. I will always cherish the memories of spending so much time with her and the whole Parro family. I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers always.

Jennifer Tammaro wrote:

Kathy and Ann so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful woman. Heard so many positive and good things about her. Remember those we love are always with us

Farrar Marie wrote:

A lovely women who will he missed by all. Her spirit lives on in all her children and grandchildren.

Maria & Steve Theall of Dracut, MA wrote:

So sorry for the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Mary Richardson of Woburn Ma wrote:

Anna,I am sorry for your loss.Prayers and thoughts to the family.

Billy Scimone of Nottingham, NH wrote:

Auntie Mary was patient with so many of us kids especially ones with a lot of energy like me. I remember how beautiful she was at her wedding even though I was 3. She was quick to laugh and share her loving smile. She had a wonderful and loving family and did a great job raising her kids! When my mother passed she and Auntie Theresa helped us out at a time when it was hard to think straight and Auntie Mary even had the post funeral event at her house. She always knew when and how to help! The world was a better place for her presence and love. My heart felt condolences to her family and all who will miss her. From my family to you all ~ love and Family Strong! Billy

Joanna O'Connell of North Andover wrote:

Sending our love to you all in this time of sadness. I have heard many great stories about Auntie Mary and her siblings over the years and enjoy watching some old movies of them having the time of their lives in their 20s. I miss my grandmother, Rose every day, and it has been 33 years. Strength and love in this difficult time.-Joanna (Miller) O'Connell, Roberta Scimone's daughter.

Pam Constantino Wilson of Lynn, Ma wrote:

Mike,Anne Marie, and Kathleen, Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your mom. I am truly hoping that all of your happiest, loving memories of her carry you through this trying time.