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Mary  Daroczy

Mary Daroczy

July 17, 1917 - March 8, 2020

Mary Hollinshead Daroczy, born in Congleton, Cheshire England on July 17, 1917; 102 years old when she passed away at her home. She was a Red Cross Nurse during WW11 and met Zolton Daroczy, who was stationed in Britain with the United States Army. Gram was a War Bride, sailing on the Queen Mary to meet her husband in America after their English wedding in September, 1945. Mary and Zolton had two children-Sidonia (Lynn) Young Gillian (Rick) Woods. Mary is a breast cancer survivor. She enjoyed sewing, attending church services, tea time with friends and reading books. She always had a story to tell. Mary has two living grandchildren- Kim (Rich Englehardt) and Kristina (Adam Grady). She has six great-grandchildren- Lauren, Natalie, Anna, Elizabeth, Brett and Kate. Funeral services are at Christ Episcopal Church in Dearborn, Michigan. Luncheon to follow.

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John N. Santeiu & Son

1139 Inkster Road, Garden City, MI

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    Love, Francine Chris Lilly and Grace Crook Mar 13, 2020
    I loved every moment I spent with my Gram. To listen to her stories and her accent captivated me. I loved to hear all about my British heritage over a cup of tea. Anna, Elizabeth and Kate love their Great-Grammie very much. You were the best Grandma. The squirrels and birds sure are going to miss looking at you through your front door.
    Kristina Young-Grady Mar 11, 2020