Mary McNiff

We are sad to announce the passing of Mary McNiff of Kissimmee, Fl originally from Boston, Ma.

She died peacefully in her sleep at age of 95 on June 4th. Mary was loved by many and will be greatly missed, she touched many lives in her years here and is being reunited with her husband Peter, and daughters Patricia McNiff and Marianne Patten.

She is survived by her children, Peter McNiff, Theresa Patten, Brian McNiff, Richard McNiff and Kathleen Perry, along with grandchildren Chris Patten, Kristin Pupko, Melinda McCready, David McNiff, Noelle Santora, Michaela Lantz, Liam McNiff, Chelsea Patten, Niki Patten, Zackary Perry, Shannon McNiff , Erin McNiff , numerous great-grandchildren and her brother Gerard Glynn of Dover, NH.

The funeral will held on Tuesday July 19th at St John Chrysostomin West Roxbury, Ma followed by burial service at New Calvary Cemetery Roslindale, Ma.

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