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Mary E. Wolfe
January 15, 2024
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Mary E. Wolfe, a cherished and admired figure in the community, passed away peacefully on January 15, 2024, at the Ruth McLain Hospice in Braintree, MA. Born in the coastal town of Weymouth, MA, Mary's life was a testament to her unwavering spirit and the love she shared with those around her.
Mary was the beloved daughter of the late Weldon and Marie Wolfe, a legacy that she carried with grace and pride throughout her life. She leaves behind a family who adored her, including her brother James Wolfe and his wife Joan of Canton, her niece Susan Marcone and her husband John of Canton, and her grandnieces and grandnephews Nicole, JC and his wife Ally, and Matty Marcone. Mary was predeceased by her nephews, the late James Wolfe Jr. and Michael Wolfe, whose memories she held close to her heart.
A proud graduate of Canton High School, Mary's dedication to her education was a foundation for her exemplary work ethic. She began her career with Shawmut Bank in Boston, where she spent 15 years honing her skills in finance and customer service. Her commitment to her profession was further evidenced by her subsequent 35-year tenure with the Bank of Canton, where she served in Office Support until her well-deserved retirement. Her colleagues will remember her for her diligence, kindness, and the quiet leadership she brought to every task she undertook.
Beyond her professional life, Mary was known for her love of walking, a simple pleasure that she indulged in daily, walking back and forth to work, come rain or shine. Her walks were a time for reflection, connection with her community, and the enjoyment of the outdoors. Those who knew her often spoke of her as a quiet and simple person, yet her gentle presence had a profound impact on the lives she touched.
In the hearts of her family, Mary's memory will be cherished as a beacon of love and a reminder of the quiet impact one life can have. Her gentle smile, her steadfast presence, and the serene wisdom she carried will be forever remembered as treasures beyond measure.
Funeral service at the Dockray & Thomas Funeral Home 455 Washington St. Canton Monday January 22nd at 12:00 noon. Visiting hours prior to the service Monday morning from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon. Burial private.