Wife of the late Thomas H. McCarthy.
Mother of Ellen McCarthy, Linda (William) O’Connell, John (Karen) McCarthy, Mary Karen (John Joe) Stark, Molly (Michael Lee) McCarthy and the late Thomas H. McCarthy, Jr.
Grandmother of Michael (Dana) and Timothy Tangry, William and Bernadette O’Connell, Thomas H. (Megan), Conor and Matthew McCarthy, Katherine, Kevin and Sean Stark and Ryan and Colin Maaghul.
Great-grandmother of Harper and Dylan.
Daughter of the late George J. “Chick” and Loretta (Quinn) Evans.
Sister of Laurie Evans and George “Chick” (late Patricia) Evans, Jr.
Also survived by nieces and nephews.
Friends may call Thursday 3-7 pm.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday at 12:15 pm at St. Teresa’s Church (Please assemble at church)
Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials to St. Teresa’s Church.
Mary Ellen and Tom were married for 64 years. They were dedicated members of St. Teresa’s Church where they raised their 6 children. She will be remembered fondly by her children and grandchildren, especially during summer days at Crescent Beach.
With much sympathy in the loss of Mary Ellen. We were neighbors for several years of Mary Ellen and Tom in Venice FL. Mary Ellen was such a sweet person, and we are glad we got to see her last year when she visited Augusta Villas. We will always remember her advice ” to pray to the Holy Spirit every day for patience”. We have needed that advice the last couple of years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
We are very sad for loosing our very good friend and neighbor, here is Florida. She always had a smile on her face. One of the kindest and sincerest human being we have ever known. She sure will be missed by all here in Florida. May she rest in peace.
Beautiful soul. we were next door neighbors for 10 years at Crescent Beach I was 9 years old to 18 years old. Just a great family and my heart hurts for my old friends, her children. What a great matriarch! Peace to all.
Frank and I (Marianne) were fortunate to have had Mary Ellen for a neighbor in Venice, Florida. She was one the friendliest, kindest souls we have met in our journey and her reflection was her family. Mary Ellen loved life and had a friendly smile for everyone and when anyone from the family was visiting she never stopped smiling. Mary Ellen’s family had an angel in their midst who has left much love many warm memories to keep you warm. Siochain
To all my McCarthy cousins: Please accept my sincerest condolences and heartfelt sympathy on Aunt Mary Ellen’s passing. I am so very sorry. It has been decades since we last saw each other but the photo above is EXACTLY how I remember my Aunt – smiling. Sending you (all) lots of hugs from Tampa Bay, Florida. With love, Laurie.
Dear McCarthy Family,
Please accept our sincere sympathy & condolences at this time of loss.
So very sorry to hear this news. Mrs. McCarthy was a such a wonderful neighbor for many, many years at Crescent Beach. She was a genuine, kind, family centered person who always had time for everyone. We will miss her dearly. Crescent Beach will not be the same without her.
Dear McCarthy Family,
My deepest condolences on Mrs. McCarthy’s passing away. Linda, John, Mary Karen and Molly: I always consider us all blessed to have grown up with the parents we had. As that generation continues to pass away, the best we can do is to try to emulate their Faith, Hope and Love.
I am away until next Tuesday so, while unable to attend St Teresa’s tomorrow, I will offer Mass for her as soon as I can.
Dear Linda, Mary Karen and John, Ellen and Molly…we extend our most sincere sympathy in the passing of your beautiful Mother. Please know you will be in our thoughts and prayers. So many blessings to count when we are blessed with a wonderful Mother (and Father). Sorry we will not be able to attend to honor all of you. Our friendship goes back many years and we are grateful for the wonderful McCarthy Family. Sincerely , Dennis, Tricia & Anne Grace
Linda ,John & entire McCarthy Family My deepest sympathy & condolences are with you at this time of sadness. My prayers are with you. May she Rest In Peace.
To all the McCarthys,
I am sorry for the loss of your wonderful mother. Yet, there is comfort in knowing that her smile is even brighter now as she sees the Lord and all who have gone before her.
I was out of town and am sorry I could not be with you at St. Teresa’s on Friday. I will offer Mass for your mother this week and will remember all of you in my prayers as well.
Dear Chicky and family. So sorry for the loss of your sister. You will be in my prayers. Please extend my sympathy to the rest of your family.