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Mary Ann Beaudoin

d. February 1, 2024


AUBURN - Mary Ann Beaudoin, 71 passed away peacefully at home on February 1st.

Mary Ann is survived by four sons, Patrick C. Beaudoin and Robert F. Beaudoin, both of Auburn, Russell J. Beaudoin of Worcester and Ryan M. Beaudoin and his wife, Miranda (Abee) Beaudoin of  Hickory, NC.  Her five grandchildren, whom were the most important people in her life,  Margo P. Gelardi, Alexandra C. Beaudoin and Tyler P. Beaudoin of Ma, Sarah E. Beaudoin and Michael C. Beaudoin, both of NC.  She also leaves behind a sister, Ellen Staffier and her husband John of Assonet, a brother, Michael Hurley of Maryland and many very loved nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents, James and Virginia Hurley of Medway, and also by her beloved dog Kya.

Mary Ann was born in Milton.  She graduated from Fontbonne Academy in Milton, and attended Worcester State College and The Saint Vincent Hospital School of Nursing for two years before giving up her nursing career to become a stay at home mom. She spent much of her life raising her children and grandchildren before beginning her career with the Worcester Regional Transit Authority. She worked for the W.R.T.A. as Head Transportation Coordinator from 1992 until her retirement in 2017. She thoroughly enjoyed her job and had made life-long friends with many of her coworkers. 


Mary Ann loved singing, animals, collecting Elvis Presley memorabilia and the beach. The beach was a life-long love for Mary Ann, who often vacationed with her children, grandchildren and friends in Hampton, NH where she would spend days on the sand and nights in arcades and on miniature-golf courses. She also enjoyed her visits to the Carolina's and Disney World with her son Ryan and his family. Some of her most cherished trips were her annual trips to Old Orchard Beach in Maine with her sister Ellen and brother, Mike. The three would rent a house right on the beach for a week and all were welcome to come and visit. 

Mary Ann loved searching the beach for, and collecting sea-glass, drift-wood and sand-dollars, which she used to make gifts and decorations for her family and friends. During these trips Mary Ann, Ellen and Mike would often visit York Beach and Kennebunkport together. 

Mary Ann also enjoyed visiting the Alpaca Farm with her friends. More than anything else though, Mary Ann loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, any and every chance she got. She enjoyed cheering on her grandchildren's teams at the ballfields or the hockey rink, and spending hours on the phone hearing about her grandchildren's days. She spent her down-time cuddled up with her dog and cats, watching her favorite shows and listening to Elvis. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.

A celebration of life will be held in the spring. Details to follow.


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