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Mary B. McPherson

Mary B. McPherson, 75, of Ogdensburg, died on June 23, 2014, at the home of her friend Diana Putman. There will be no services; burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery, Ogdensburg. Mary was born Ogdensburg, September 19, 1938, the daughter of Francis and Mable LaRock McPherson. She was a card reader and previously a dishwasher at Sholette's Restaurant. Mary was a parishioner of Notre Dame Church and had a great sense of humor. Contributions can be made to Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley.

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Aunt Mary–I have thought of you often over the years and was saddened to hear of your passing. My kids never had the opportunity to know you. In death I pray you found the peace and comfort among all of those who passed before you like Grandma, Grandma, Diane, my mom/your sister-Shirley, and my dad…

Shirley Simmons-Atteyeh Jun 26 2014 12:00 AM

Mary, you have no idea just how much you are already missed, You were funny, smart, well read and just a wonderful friend. I am so happy that your suffering is over and just wanted you to know just how much I loved you. Your humor and gifts will never be forgotten. Again I love you and miss you my wonderful friend. Hope you enjoy your time in heaven, I am sure that is were you are.

Stormy Harriet Williams Jun 26 2014 12:00 AM

You were your own person. Always spoke your mind. You had a special gift of seeing things others could not. I’ll miss seeing you on those rare occasions our paths crossed. Give Mom and Dad A hug and kiss for me. Tell them I love them and miss them so. I know you will see them. I am sure they are there for you to welcome you home . Your cous, Cookie

Cookie Recore Jun 24 2014 12:00 AM

To my dear and wonderful friend Mary. You’ve been through so much and you’ve walked down a rocky road of life. But it made you one of THE strongest woman that I know. You had a great sense of humor and loved to joke around. May you rest in peace. You will always be fondly remembered and sadly missed.

Maggie Dawes Jun 24 2014 12:00 AM