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Mary E. Ramsey

Mary E. Ramsey

May 28th, 1956 July 11th, 2019

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A Memorial Service will be held at a later date at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park in Peabody.

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Gordana Rabrenovic

Mary was a generous and thoughtful person and very helpful in dealing with everyday issues we faced in our department. She loved her family, the students and the faculty. I will miss her greatly. My thoughts are with her family during these difficult times.
Gordana
Comment | Posted at 01:46pm via Condolence
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Steven Vallas

Mary was at the center of our department's culture for 15 years, helping generations of students work their way through the Northeastern maze no matter the problem that might arise. It was comforting to know that she could work her magic on behalf of faculty, staff, students or whoever else needed help. Our heart goes out to Bobby and their daughters.
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Liza Weinstein

Mary was such a vital part of sociology and anthropology at Northeastern, I can't image the department with her sharp wit. She was loved and she will certainly be missed.
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Liza Weinstein

My heart goes out to your family at this difficult time.
Posted at 10:24am
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Bobbusby

So sorry to you bob (ram ) and you’re children and family ,Mary was a very nice person my prayers and thoughts are with all of you at this very difficult time may god bless all of you and Mary May Mary RIP sincerely bob busby and family


may god bless Mary and all of you
Comment | Posted at 04:24pm via Condolence

Kristin Ramsey

Thank you very much for saying something nice about my mom. Kristin Ramsey
Posted at 08:54pm
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O.mark83@yahoo.com

So sorry for your loss Bob. Mary was always that friendly face on campus. Prayers for you and the kids.
Mark OBrien. (OBie)
Comment | Posted at 07:02am via Condolence

Kristin Ramsey

Thank you very much. Kristin Ramsey
Posted at 08:54pm
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