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Truly, one of a kind (from Mike Winn)

I met Mary about 40 years ago. She and Bill were among my first friends in California. Prior to that, hanging out with her brothers in Boston, I heard all about the legend of Mary. And she turned out to be just that. A wonderful friend, mother, attorney, judge, coach, and leader. Lots of wonderful memories: barbeques, Little League games, building industry events, even a wiffle-ball game in their backyard with Red Sox pitcher Luis Tiant. Mary was always a source of positive energy, a good-natured organizer, and a trusted advisor. My deepest condolences to Bill, all of the kids and grandkids, and Mary's siblings. What a family! Here's to Mary Muse and a life lived well.

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