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Mary L. Wilder Print E-mail

Mary L. (Mahoney) Wilder
CTI Foster Grandparent. Volunteer, Secretary, Sister, Aunt, Great Aunt, Great Great Aunt;

 

Mary Lou (Mahoney) Wilder, 88, formerly of the Pawtucketville and Highlands section of the City died Tuesday January 12, 2021.

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, August 28, 1932, the daughter of the late John and the late Eileen (Beedy) Mahoney, she attended St. Patrick Grammar school and was a graduate of Lowell High School Class of 1950.

She was a secretary at AVCO, EG & G and Honeywell and was the first Special Education secretary of the Greater Lowell Technical High School.

Mary resided in Florida, Maine and Iowa, returning to Lowell in 2005. A proud member of Community Teamwork’s Foster Grandparent Program for more than 15 years, first at Pawtucketville Memorial Elementary school then at the J.G. Pyne Magnet school, she particularly enjoyed working with Pre-school and Kindergarten children.

Among her many interests, she enjoyed knitting and crocheting for family and friends.

Mary is survived by her brother John Mahoney and his fiancée Kathleen West of Orlando, FL; her nieces goddaughter Laura Corcoran , Jen Mahoney - Brum,  Mary Jo Santoro, Karen Gurney and Allison Chasse; nephews David and Thomas Mahoney, Patrick Mahoney, Paul Mahoney, Timothy Mahoney, Gregory Bohenko, Eric Bohenko, Joseph Bohenko, David Bohenko, Stephen Bohenko; a sister-in-law Lotus Wilder of Wawkon, IA; and many nieces, nephews and friends in and around Wawkon, IA where she frequently visited and was always welcomed.

She was predeceased by her sister Elizabeth Bohenko, her brothers James Mahoney and Richard “Dick: “Ratch” Mahoney and his wife Jan and her nephew Kevin Mahoney. She was also the wife of the late Marc Wilder who died in 2010.

Due to current gathering restrictions, a Celebration of Mary’s Life will be held at a later date when it is safe to gather with family and friends. E-condolences at www.odonnellfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME – LOWELL, MA – (978) 458-8768.

 
Caitlin E. Sepe Print E-mail

Caitlin Elizabeth Sepe


Beloved fiancée, mother, daughter, sister, niece and friend;




It is with the greatest of sadness that we share with you that Caitlin Elizabeth Sepe passed away in her sleep suddenly and unexpectedly on the morning of Wednesday January 20, 2021.  She was 35-years-young.

Caitlin was born in Lowell, Massachusetts to Brian Sepe and the late Marilyn Elizabeth (Mehan) Sepe on July 24, 1985 and was raised in Lowell and Chelmsford while also attending grammar schools there.

She was a graduate of St. Margaret School in 2000 and then Lowell High School with the Class of 2004.

Caitlin began working right after high school and had most recently worked for five years at Courier Westford before finding her true calling - being a mom.  As the mother of her two daughters, Ella and Olivia, she often said it brought her more love and joy than her heart could hold and described them as “THE absolute best things” in her life.

Caitlin, along with the love of her life, Patrick J. Keefe Esq, enjoyed spending time together, with their daughters and with family and friends.  She loved the New England Patriots and Tom Brady “Go Bucs!” and also loved hiking and going to concerts with Pat and her sisters.  Inspired by her mom, Caitlin was an avid Dave Matthews Band fan, attending every concert she could and was even lucky enough to meet Dave Matthews on one of her concert adventures.

Caitlin also loved spending time at the beach house she and her sister would rent every year and entertaining various family members and friends there. Summer days by the pool at the Keefe house brought untold joy.

Besides her fiancé Pat, her father Brian and his wife Suzanne, and her daughters Ella M. and Olivia G., Caitlin is survived by her loving sisters Lauren M. Sepe and partner Nelson Torres and Kristen M. Sepe; three step siblings Monica Paquette, Mark Paquette, Jr. and Joseph Paquette and his wife Nicole; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

We all try to live our lives by various hopes, dreams and ideals. This favorite quote of Caitlin’s seems to best capture her essence.

“Celebrate we will, for life is short but sweet for certain.” ~ by DMB.

Friends may call at the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME 276 PAWTUCKET ST. in LOWELL from 4 to 7 P.M. Thursday. (All state required social distancing procedures will be observed including the wearing of masks upon entrance into the Funeral Home). Due to gathering restrictions, all funeral and burial services afterwards will be held private for the family. E-condolences at www.odonnellfuneralhome.com. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Lowell General Hospital Team Walk for Cancer Care or to the Out of the Darkness Group. A Fund for her children will be announce at a later date on the website. Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O’Donnell, Jr. (978) 458-8768.

 
Helen (Valacellis) Letsou Print E-mail
Helen (Valacellis) Letsou



Helen (Valacellis) Letsou, 89, formerly of Lowell but more recently from Salt Lake City, Utah, passed away peacefully at University Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday January 14, 2021.

She was the beloved wife of Dr. Vasilios G. Letsou for 49 years, until his death on January 16, 2005.

Born in Watertown, Massachusetts, March 25, 1931, the daughter of the late Cleanthis G. and the late Elpiniki (Stavrides) Valacellis, she attended Watertown schools and graduated from Watertown High School in 1949, the class salutatorian. Helen went on to graduate from Radcliffe College in 1953 with a B.A. degree in French.

Upon graduation, she worked at Dutton Publishing in Boston. Shortly after marrying in 1956, she and her husband moved to Lowell, where Helen resided until 2011.

A proud and devoted mother of three, Helen also served as an officer of the Lowell YWCA, participated in the community Garden Club, and supported children’s literacy at the Reilly School.  She was an avid tennis player.

She is survived by a daughter Dr. Anthea Letsou and her husband Dr. James E. Metherall of Salt Lake City, Utah; two sons Dr. George V. Letsou and his wife Dr. Jane Carter of Houston, TX and Peter V. Letsou and his wife Felicity Harper Letsou of Memphis, TN; grandchildren Nicholas and Stephanie Metherall, Christopher, Philip and John Letsou, and William, Christina and Theodore Letsou.  She is also survived by her sister Chrysanthe V. Thayer of Salt Lake City, Utah and her sister-in-law Athena G. Letsou of Lowell.

Helen was the sister of the late Alcmene V. Nichols.

Due to Covid 19 gathering restrictions, all Funeral Services were held privately for the family at the Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Lowell and the Lowell Cemetery. E-condolences at www.odonnellfuneralhome.com. Those wishing may make contributions in her memory to the Peter W. Reilly School, 115 Douglas Rd., Lowell, MA 01852. Arrangements by the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME – LOWELL - MA – (978) 458-8768.

 
A. Patricia Caron Print E-mail
A. Patricia Caron
Beloved wife, mother, nana, sister and friend



A. Patricia Caron, 91, resident of the Highland section of Lowell died Thursday, January 14, 2021 at the D’Youville Life and Wellness Community after battling Alzheimer’s Disease for many years.

She was the beloved wife of the late John J. Caron with whom she shared 66 years of marriage.

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, March 26, 1929, the daughter of the late John J. and Mary Agnes (Coakley) O’Hare, she received her education at St. Patrick’s Grammar School and St. Patrick’s Girls High School.

She began her career as a clerk at the Middlesex County Registry of Deeds in Lowell. She then went on to work for the Lowell School Department at the school administrative offices and at the Molloy School for many years. A job she truly loved!

Pat loved spending time with her family and friends traveling to the beach and going on trips. Some of her most memorable trips were to Florida, Las Vegas, Aruba, and Branson, Missouri as well as her many cruises.  She especially enjoyed her “Mystery Rides” with her daughters, sisters and nieces. Pat would be the first in line at the Senior Center to sign up for a bus trip!

She is survived by her two sons, John J. Caron Jr. and D. Michael Caron both of Lowell; two daughters, Ann Marie Murphy and her husband Kevin of Lowell and Patricia Myers and her husband Barry of Gilford, NH; and her dear sister Marie Sherman of Lowell, with whom she spent the last six months.

She also leaves seven grandchildren, Joshua Lach, Joseph Lach, Kevin T. Murphy and his wife Carolyn, Matthew Myers, Bradley Myers, Erin Myers and Sarah Myers as well as five great grandchildren, Cayden, Bennett, Levi, Elizabeth and Luna. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Pat was predeceased by her sister Anne V. Stewart and her husband Roy J. Stewart and her in-laws, Mary LaRiche, Edward and Alice Zaniewski, Joseph and Claire Dowling, and Robert and Ruth Upton.

Due to gathering restrictions, all services will be held privately for the family with a burial at St. Patrick’s Cemetery.  E-condolences at www.odonnellfuneralhome.com.  Those wishing may make contributions in her memory may do so to the Alzheimer's Association., 309 Waverly Oaks Road, Waltham, MA 02452; alz.org.  Arrangements by the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME - LOWELL, MA (978) 458-8768




 
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