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Mary B. Boles
December 2, 1932 ~ December 13, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Mary B. Boles, age 91, of Woburn, formerly of North Reading and Milton, passed away peacefully on December 13, 2023.
Born in Tucson, AZ on December 2, 1932. Mary was pre-deceased by her parents Francisco and Refugio (Coquita) Becerril, and her brother, Robert Becerril. Mary is survived by daughters Elizabeth Kushinsky and husband Alan of Reading; Kathleen Eldridge and husband Mark of Andover; grandchildren Joshua and his wife Rebecca, Sara, Madeline, John, and great-granddaughter Ada Rose. Also survived by her dear sister-in-law Norma Becerril, niece Liana (Mike) Perez, nephew Frankie (Carol) Becerril, and her long-time companion Martin Flynn.
Mary was a federal employee for over 30 years, retiring from the National Credit Union Administration in June 1994. She was well respected at work, making so many life-long friends along the way, developing countless special relationships with many who loved and admired her.
Those who were fortunate enough to have known Mary would tell you of her kind, easy and selfless manner. She met life’s challenges with courage and grace, a true role model for her family.
The family would like to thank her devoted caregivers Martha, Lily, Bianka and Eddie. The care and dedication that they showed Mary allowed her final years to be comfortable and graceful. We are also thankful for the many wonderful people at Benchmark, Woburn.
Mary was often called “Nana” not only by her four beloved grandchildren, but by many family and friends who were lucky enough to have had their lives touched by this amazing woman. Our beloved Nana will live on forever in our hearts and in the many wonderful memories we shared.
A memorial celebration will be held in her beloved Tucson in the spring of 2024, where she will be laid to rest with her family, under the warm Tucson sunshine for eternity.
Local arrangements entrusted to the care of Cota Funeral Home, North Reading, MA.
Memorial donations may be made to giving.massgeneral.org/donate designated to their Memory Disorders Fund.