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Mary Leach

Mary Leach (Loomos)

Friday, July 3rd, 1931 - Thursday, April 9th, 2020
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Mary Leach, age 88 most recently of Trumbull, CT, beloved wife and mother, passed away into God’s loving care on Thursday, April 9, 2020. Born in Lynn, MA, Mary was the daughter of Christos Loomos and Chrysoula (Kakridas) Loomos.

A graduate of Lynn Classical High, she was educated at Boston University and then the University of Bridgeport. After marrying the love of her life, Ted Leach, Mary worked in the offices of McKesson and Robbins before leaving to bring up and take care of her family. She expressed her creativity through entertaining, cooking, sewing, baking and decorating.

A devout Greek Orthodox Christian, Mary was proud of her Greek heritage and was careful to continue the traditions of her family and faith. Mary was an active and dedicated member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and the philanthropic arm of the church, the Ladies Philoptochos (meaning friends of the poor).

Mary had a warm and welcoming smile for everyone she met and truly enjoyed helping others.

Mary was predeceased by her brothers Peter and Steve. She is survived by her ever loving and dutiful husband of 67 years Theodore, her loving son James and his wife Carol. Mary is also survived by adoring nieces, nephews, godchildren, sister-in-law’s and countless caring people who counted her as both a dear friend and one of the most memorable people they ever met.

The family would like to thank the nurses and entire staff at Genesis Saint Joseph’s Center in Trumbull for the professional care they provided to Mary in such a loving way.

If God needed another soul of unwavering faith, He’s now got one. He probably doesn’t need a baker, but if He does, Mary will be happy to whip together some galaktoboureko, halvah or baklava while telling a very interesting story, which God already knows, but will take enjoyment in hearing her tell it anyway. May her memory be eternal.

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the Rite of Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 4070 Park Avenue Bridgeport, CT. 06604. The Commerce Hill Funeral Home, 4798 Main St. Bridgeport has been entrusted with the services. For online condolences, memorial tributes and to make a donation visit us at commercehillfh.com
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James Faris

Posted at 11:16am
Dear Ted and Jim, our most heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved Mary. One of my fondest memories from Holy Trinity is your family’s friendship . May she Rest In Peace
Jim Candy Matthew and Alisa Faris
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Nancy Hynes

Posted at 07:05am
Dear Ted, Jim, and Carol,
You were the BEST next door neighbors. I have so many fond memories of Mary. She would walk over, never without a dish of her incomparable Greek pastries, and sit with us for a nice visit. She had a wonderful sense of humor and ability to tell very entertaining stories of her growing up in Lynn, Ma. She always had us laughing, Her generosity, kindness, and warmth, are just a few of the things we will remember her for. Know that you and Mary are in our prayers.
Love,
Nancy Bonetti Hynes
Ken Bonetti
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Fran Ferrigno

Posted at 09:27am
We are sending you our sincere sympathy Eonia Imnimi
The Butcaris Familyh
GS

Gregory Stamos

Posted at 07:58am
Mary was truly one of the nicest people God put on this earth. When she looked in your eyes and said “Darling, how are you?”, you felt in your heart she truly meant it. She had a style that was unique, she stood out in any room. Vivacious, caring and loving, interesting and engaging all defined her. Her obituary nailed it regarding her faith , her pride in her Greek Heritage and love of her family and friends.
May her Memory be Eternal.
Greg Stamos and her family, most certainly her (extended) Goddaughter, Alexis.
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