Mary A. Barry

Mary Alice Barry entered eternal rest on Saturday, Oct 21st, in Hospice care, with her family gathered. Mary was the daughter of Lawrence J. Barry Sr. and Alice Barry.

She spent the past 7 years at her Brother Larry’s home in Milton with wonderful nursing care.

Mary was born in Quincy, graduated from North Quincy HS in 1946 and graduated from Emmanuel College, Class of 1950.

She worked in Boston for the FBI, during the famous Brinks Robbery Investigation. She remained connected with a wonderful group of friends who met annually at popular Boston Restaurants.

She made a career move to NYC and furthered her education degrees in finance and investments, until retirement as Senior Vice President of a Mutual Fund. She loved to entertain her visiting family in NY and was a great tour guide in the city of many highlights, including a dinner in the 1960s, when the famous Windows on the World restaurant opened at the top of the World Trade Center.

“Aunt May”, was like a second mother to all her nieces and nephews, she was our fairy godmother and she influenced us with her Love, Grace, Humility, Integrity and Self-confidence. Not to mentioned her inimitable NY style and personal charisma. She spoiled all with love, and will be missed by all.

Mary was the beloved sister of the late Lawrence J. Barry, Jr. and James F. Barry. Devoted aunt of L. Joseph Barry of Brookline, Susan Reycroft of Norfolk, Thomas Barry of Weymouth Brian Barry of Medfield, James Barry of Braintree, Maureen Carlson and William Barry both of Hingham and Jeanne McLennan of Weymouth. Sister in law of Mary Barry of Hingham. Also survived by many cherished friends.  Funeral Services and Interment Private. In lieu of flowers contributions in Mary ‘s name may be sent to Catholic Charities, 275 West Broadway, Boston, 02127.