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In Memory

Mary Pyne

Mary Pyne

December 20, 2008

Mary Edana Pyne

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Mary Edana Pyne, 60, died on the evening of Dec. 20, 2008 at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Mary was born May 26, 1948, a daughter of the late Agnes E. and James E. Pyne.

She graduated from Ursuline High School and attended Georgetown University and Catholic University in Washington, D.C., receiving her Bachelor of Science and two Master’s Degrees.

She was employed for more than 20 years at Georgetown University after receiving her CPA. She traveled extensively and studied in Spain during her early years of college.

She leaves behind her aunt, Sophia Simko of Youngstown; and cousins, Nancy Bensinger and Susan Sefcik of Poland, Carol Volponi of Mars, Pa., Barbara Calafati of Mertztown, Pa. and Jean Mancini, Joan Natyshak and Jane Little, all of Youngstown.

She will also be greatly missed by her closest friends, JoAnn Rosenmund of Virginia, Sue Campbell of Colorado andClaudio Leal, Marian “Bunny” Newsome and Gertie Chadwick, all of Washington, D.C., as well as her neighbors of Hampshire Gardens in Washington, D.C.

A memorial Mass will be Saturday, Jan. 10, at 10 a.m. at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, 400 Lincoln Park Drive in Youngstown.

Arrangements are being handled by the Davidson-Becker Funeral Home in Struthers.

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02/18/16 05:16 PM #1    

Berni Hayek (Hamrock)

I went to Sacred Heart & Ursuline with Mary.. .. She was so smart...always got the best grades & she was a nice person....we lost touch so I did not know she passed away. RIP ... 

02/22/16 01:32 PM #2    

Barbara Beil (Richards)

Mary and I werre great friends all through our days at Ursuline and for the rest of her life. When she came back to Youngstown, we always got together, and we wrote many letter through the years. I hadn't heard from her in a while when her cousin called me and told me she had died. When her cousin went through Mary's things, she discovered every letter I had ever writtn to Mary through the years! Mary had a very difficult life and a sad and painful death. I miss her.  She was the most intellignt person I knew, as well as kind and compassionate.  Now she is at peace, and that's a great comfort to me.

02/23/16 08:47 AM #3    

Lynne Haggerty (Bailey)

I knew Mary at Ursuline because we were in many classes together. I remembered how smart she was and what a good clarinet player she was aslo. She was one the best in the UHS band. Let us not forget those special friends who have gone before us. May she rest in peace.

02/24/16 05:44 PM #4    

Diana Mendez

Mary and I went to Sacred Heart and Ursuline together.  She was my best friend. I joined the Air Force and she went to Georgetown so we rarely saw each other through the years. I was devastated whenI discovered she had died several months earlier. She was always a great friend, warm and gracious and fun.

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