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Mary Eileen Weithas, 87, formerly of Little Silver and Jupiter FL, passed away peacefully on November 24, 2020. Mary was born in Keene, NH to Albert and Susan Davidson Livingston. Mary was pre-deceased by her husband of 64 years, William V. Weithas Jr who passed in September, and her son, William V. Weithas III. Mary was a loving wife, devoted mother and grandmother who always put her family first. 

Mary is survived by her children Suzann (John) Cahill, John (Lisa) Weithas, Jeremy (Matthew) Minnetian and Claudia (Conor) Mullett. She was very proud of her ten grandchildren John (Lauren Kelly),William and James Cahill; Emma and Lila Weithas; Julia and Charles Minnetian; and Liam, Griffin and Mary Elizabeth Mullett. Mary is also survived by her siblings Dr. Albert E. Livingston and Ann Trudeau and her family.

Mary and Bill raised their family in Rumson, NJ and were active members of their community. Long standing members of Navesink Country Club, Mary enjoyed playing golf, tennis, ice skating and was a sharp bridge player. She never missed a NY Times crossword puzzle, usually finishing it each day. Mary enjoyed the beach and spent many happy summers with her family in Avalon, NJ. Mary and Bill travelled the world, living in London, England for several years. Mary instilled a love of world culture, the arts and a deep appreciation of education, in her family.

Her family would like to thank her friends and aides at Brandywine at Sycamore Living for their kindness and care. Rest in peace, Mom. You will be missed. “All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my mother”. A. Lincoln 

Due to the health crisis, services will be private. A memorial mass will be held in the Spring. Thompson Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements.

 

 

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