Mary O'Hara

Obituary of Mary K. O'Hara

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Passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 25, 2022. Mary lived life to the fullest, always laughing and surrounded by her family, even as she took her last breath. Mary grew up in New York City and moved to Massapequa, Long Island to start a family. After her young husband's passing, she moved with her four young children to Ridgefield Park, NJ where she raised them while making many friends and memories along the way. Mary then moved to Montville, NJ where she enjoyed many more memories with family and friends. She is survived by her caring children Mary & Mike Gibbons, Francis “Mickey” O’Hara & Becky Young, Kathleen & Thomas Pennetta and Eileen & Michael Boos. "Nanny" is also survived by her loving grandchildren Stephanie & Eric Von Rudenborg, Katie & Brian Belpanno, Jacqueline & Steve Letkowski, Kristina & Christopher Sommerhalter, Michael & Kathleen Gibbons, Thomas & Dulce Pennetta, Samantha & Ryan Massenzio, Jonathan Boos, Colleen & Frank Campisi. She is also survived by her 15 adoring great-grandchildren Elizabeth, Meghan, Madeline, Emily, Benjamin, Evan, Benny, Gigi, Hunter Rose, Reagan, Audrey, Daphne, Cassidy, Chloe and Aaron. "Aunt Mary" is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews and her brother, John Mulholland. Mary is predeceased by her husband, Francis “Buddy” O’Hara, her parents Bridget and John Mulholland and her siblings, Flossie Luberto, Joanie Gallagher, Kitty Grant, Eileen McCaffrey, Jerry Mulholland and Robert Mulholland.

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Mary O'Hara

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Mary O'Hara

1929 - 2022

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