Tonawanda News


July 19, 2013

Mary A. Dool

TOWN OF TONAWANDA — Mary A. Dool, age 83, of the Tonawandas, Thursday, July 4, 2013, at McAuley Residence in the Town of Tonawanda. She was retired from Chevrolet Div. of General Motors Tonawanda    Engine Plant. Mary was a charitable and dedicated member of Open Bible Baptist Church in      Tonawanda for many years. She was fondly known as "Meatloaf Mary," as a long-time           customer at Fast Teddy's Restaurant in Tonawanda.

She is survived by her daughter, Charlene (Wayne) Forsyth of Grand Prarie, TX; two grandchildren, Marcus Laquire and Amy Briggs and two great-grandchildren, Ethan and Reese; a brother, William Francis Dool and her close friends, Mike and Jean Trickey, and Pastor Robert Neisen of Tonawanda.

There was no prior visitation. Friends and relatives are invited to attend a memorial service Thursday, July 25th at 6:00 PM in Open Bible Baptist Church, 72 East Niagara St., in Tonawanda. The Rev. Dr. Robert M. Neisen will officiate. Memorial contributions in memory of Mary may be made to Open Bible Baptist Church.

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