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Mary Agnes Byrne

Mary Agnes Byrne

Passed on: December 11th, 2018

1946 - 2018
It is with great sadness that the family of the late Mary Byrne announce her passing on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 at the age of 72 years. She will be forever remembered, loved, and missed by her husband and best friend, Dennis. As well as three sons: Dean (Joan) Byrne in Elmsdale, Nova Scotia, Chris (Pam) Byrne in Deer Lake, Jim Woodrow in Corner Brook, two daughters: Arlene (Clayton) Mitchelmore in Happy-Valley Goose Bay, Labrador, Trina (Alvaro) Byrne-Yaques in Brampton, Ontario, ten grandchildren: Rielley, Shane, Courtney, Chelsie, Clayton Junior, Blair, Breanna, Jerrica, Justin and Jack, four great-grandchildren: Brooke, Reed, Landon, Rylan, as well as many close relatives from the Carroll, Byrne and Maher families. She was predeceased by her parents: Joseph and Catherine. Mary was born in St. John's on May 30th, 1946. She lived in Goose Bay, Labrador for many years with her husband Dennis and moved to Stephenville in 1984. Mary enjoyed the games of curling and golf and was a fantastic cook/baker. She expressed her appreciation for her loved ones by making them hand stitched quilts and other artisan crafts. She loved spending time with family and friends. You could often find her out on the golf course with the girls or walking around Ned's Pond with the crew from "The Valley". She was involved in a wide variety of organizations around town which included: Stephenville Figure Skating Club, The Caribou Curling Club, and raising money for the Janeway Hospital. Mary had a large circle of friends from every walk of life. People gravitated towards her beautiful smile and warm heart. She accepted everyone just as they were. Family and friends will be celebrating Mary's life at Russell's Funeral Home in Stephenville on Sunday, December 16th from 2-5 pm. The family would like to express their gratitude to everyone for their kindness and empathy during this difficult time.

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