Mary B. Thomas-Mangan

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Mary B. Thomas-Mangan (age 67) of Locust Grove, Virginia passed away on Friday, April 18, 2008. Beloved wife of Michael Leo Mangan. Mary was predeceased in death by her first husband, Kenneth Thomas; her parents, Anne M. & J. Frederick Beuerlein; & a brother, John Beuerlein. She is survived by her sisters, Barbara Irving, Margaret (Frank) Bartolotti, Agnes (Ronald) Meyer, Elizabeth (Wesley) Booth; & a brother, Peter Beuerlein. Sister-in-law of Barbara (Albert) Mangan Gimesky. Friends may call at Money & King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave., Vienna, Va on Thursday, April 24 from 4-8pm. A Rosary service will be held at 4pm. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated in Mt. Morris, New York in May.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Dear Michael,Barbara, Margaret, Agnes, Elizabeth and Peter, Please accept my sympathy in your loss of Mary, your wife and sister. I am very sad over the passing of my close friend and college roommate. She gave me alot of strenght and support as well as good advise during the last two months, since my own recent loss of my husband. I will miss her and our telephone conversations. I can only be happy that she is not suffering any longer. Fondly, Barbara Regan

  2. My name is Kathy Musgrove. I am the daughter of Tony Mullaly, Fred Beuerlein’s 1st cousin. I have been living in Southern Maryland for 25 years. To Barbara, Margaret, Agnes, Elizabeth,and Peter, my deepest sympathy. I know how it feels to lose a sibling. I lost my brother, John and my brother,Pat. Even though they are not with me, I know they are looking down on me. You will feel the same about Mary. God Bless You All. My telephone number is 301-627-1095. I would love to hear from you all. You could share your stories about Mary! Kathy Mullaly Musgrove

  3. Hello my name is Vicki Shaw. I took care of Mary from Feb 18 till her passing.During that time I grew fond of her and Micheal. I will miss taking care of her, but I find comfort that she has no pain or fear she is now resting Safe in our Father’s arms. I hope this will be an oportunity for the family to grow closer and spend more time together in the future, because are days are numbered and no one knows the day or the hour when God will call us home. I will pray for your peace and your understanding as to why God called Ms Mary home in this season of her life. May God be with you! Love you Micheal!

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