Mary Lyons

Final Resting Place

Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd
Calverton, New York, United States

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Obituary Part 1

Mary Agnes Lyons, 85, entered into eternal peace on Monday, April 27, 2020 at Huntington Hills Center for Health & Rehabilitation, Melville, NY. She was a long time resident of Wantagh, NY & a faithful parishioner of St. Frances de Chantal R.C. Church. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY on February 11, 1935. She was one of the five children to the late John & Bridget Deasy. She was a beloved wife, mother, daughter, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her beloved husband, William Reginald, predeceased her. Mary is survived by her loving family, Terence (Maureen)Holbrook, NY, Coleen Welsh (David)Baldwin, NY, William (Karen) Fort Mill, SC, Mary Cantelmo (Robert) Charlotte, NC, John Mount Holly, NC, Regina Andrews (Timothy) Amityville, NY, Patrick (Jennifer) Holbrook NY, and Kathleen Stein (Allen) Wantagh, NY. Devoted grandmother to Tiffany (Marius), Alana (Madison), Jaymes (Danielle), Jeanine, Timothy (Traci), Alexis (Garrett), William (Sarah), Courtney (Ammar), Michael, Christopher, Robert (Catherine), Kerianne (Salman), Nicole (Michael), Katelyn, Sean, Terence, Connor, Shannon, Olivia, Casey, Samantha, Alexander and Zachary. Cherished great-grandmother to Gemma, Logan, Aidan, Keira, Wyatt, Brynn, Callum, Zara, Luca, Zain, and Robert. She will also be missed by her loving and compassionate caretakers Daphne, Althea, Jacqueline and Lee.

Obituary Part 2

Mary had been a resident of Wantagh for almost 50 years and had worked within the Wantagh school district for ten years. She made a lasting impression on everyone she met. She was a proud Irish mother that felt blessed by the simple things in life! It was the love of her family, her deep faith in God, her beloved dog, “Mickey Dee”, her passion for butterflies and her love of Irish music that always made her happy. It was her faith and and family in the end, that brought her true strength and comfort. She will always be cherished and she will be deeply missed by all that were touched by her life. In honor of “Mary A” we will all give a cheer - “UP MAYO!”
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Final Resting Place

Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd
Calverton, New York, United States
11933

Please Use the Tribute Wall to Offer Condolences and Share Memories

Obituary Part 1

Mary Agnes Lyons, 85, entered into eternal peace on Monday, April 27, 2020 at Huntington Hills Center for Health & Rehabilitation, Melville, NY. She was a long time resident of Wantagh, NY & a faithful parishioner of St. Frances de Chantal R.C. Church. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY on February 11, 1935. She was one of the five children to the late John & Bridget Deasy. She was a beloved wife, mother, daughter, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her beloved husband, William Reginald, predeceased her. Mary is survived by her loving family, Terence (Maureen)Holbrook, NY, Coleen Welsh (David)Baldwin, NY, William (Karen) Fort Mill, SC, Mary Cantelmo (Robert) Charlotte, NC, John Mount Holly, NC, Regina Andrews (Timothy) Amityville, NY, Patrick (Jennifer) Holbrook NY, and Kathleen Stein (Allen) Wantagh, NY. Devoted grandmother to Tiffany (Marius), Alana (Madison), Jaymes (Danielle), Jeanine, Timothy (Traci), Alexis (Garrett), William (Sarah), Courtney (Ammar), Michael, Christopher, Robert (Catherine), Kerianne (Salman), Nicole (Michael), Katelyn, Sean, Terence, Connor, Shannon, Olivia, Casey, Samantha, Alexander and Zachary. Cherished great-grandmother to Gemma, Logan, Aidan, Keira, Wyatt, Brynn, Callum, Zara, Luca, Zain, and Robert. She will also be missed by her loving and compassionate caretakers Daphne, Althea, Jacqueline and Lee.

Obituary Part 2

Mary had been a resident of Wantagh for almost 50 years and had worked within the Wantagh school district for ten years. She made a lasting impression on everyone she met. She was a proud Irish mother that felt blessed by the simple things in life! It was the love of her family, her deep faith in God, her beloved dog, “Mickey Dee”, her passion for butterflies and her love of Irish music that always made her happy. It was her faith and and family in the end, that brought her true strength and comfort. She will always be cherished and she will be deeply missed by all that were touched by her life. In honor of “Mary A” we will all give a cheer - “UP MAYO!”
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