Mary Socoby

Mary "Molly" Socoby

Saturday, September 7th, 1968 - Sunday, August 11th, 2019
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Indian Township – Mary Rose “Molly” Socoby, 50, passed away Sunday, August 11, 2019 at her home following a life-long battle with diabetes. Molly was born in Calais on September 7, 1968.

After attending Lee Academy, Molly went on to Washington County Community College to earn her C.N.A. She loved helping others and throughout the years took care of many elders at Indian Township. Molly was an avid reader and enjoyed knitting and spending time with family, especially at their camp on Dobsie Lake. Molly was a “social butterfly” and will be remembered for her kindness to others.

Molly was predeceased by her grandparents Helen and Adam Zilenski, and Alice and Peter Dana; a niece Abigail Francis; two aunts Virginia Aymond and Ann Sockabasin; an uncle Thomas Lola and Joe and Connie. Surviving are her companion Bill Thornton of Indian Township; two sons, RJ Levesque of Indian Township, Thomas Libby and wife Diane of Pleasant Point; her parents, Bernadette “Bernie” and Gene Francis of Pleasant Point; grandfather John Stevens of Indian Township; three brothers, Shawn Socoby and wife Patty of Milford, Gene “Zuo” Francis Jr and wife Leeann of Indian Island, and Christopher Francis and wife Kanni of Etna; five grandchildren, Jonathan, Alexsis, Horace III, Noah and Xavier; nieces and nephews, Felicia, Emma, Ben, Hayna, Kirsten and Bella; aunts and uncles, Estella, Justin, Eleanor, Andrea, Tony and Shirley, Genevieve and Roy, Betty and Sappy, Doris and a very special aunt Theresa, thank you for everything you've done for us; her Godfather Allison Lola of Pleasant Point; and numerous friends.

Special thanks to Community Health & Counseling Hospice, especially Patty and Melanie, Savanna with Love Care, Merlin Peter and Carol of Peter Dana Point Health Center for the special attention they gave to our daughter and Sunrise Dialysis in Eastport for their loving care.

Visitation will begin 12 noon Thursday, August 15, 2019 at her home, 480 Peter Dana Point Road, Indian Township, until 1 p.m. Friday, August 16. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Kevin J. Martin 1:30 p.m. Friday, August 16 at St. Ann Church, Peter Dana Point. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport.
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  • Visitation

    Home of Mary Socoby
    480 Peter Dana Point Road
    Indian Township, Maine 04668
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    Visitation will begin 12 noon Thursday, August 15, 2019 at her home, 480 Peter Dana Point Road, Indian Township, until 1:00 p.m. Friday, August 16
  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, August 16th, 2019 | 1:30pm
    Friday, August 16th, 2019 1:30pm
    St. Ann Church
    Peter Dana Point Rd.
    Indian Township, ME 04668
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    Father Kevin J. Martin
  • Interment

    Indian Township Tribal Cemetery
    Peter Dana Point Rd.
    Indian Township, ME 04668
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Sheri Bergeron

Posted at 10:41pm
I just heard of Molly's passing, I am so sadden by this news. I babysit for her and Shawn when they lived in Middlefield, CT. I spend 8+ hours a day with them in the summer taking them to the beach to go swimming. I went to Maine with them (Joe and Connie) on their summer vacations when they would visit with their family and friends. Molly was such a great, sweet, kind kid.

Posted at 08:26pm
“God himself will be with them and he will wipe out every tear from their
eyes. And death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain
be anymore. The former things have passed away.” ( Revelation 21:3,4)

Christine Sabattus

Posted at 04:17pm
We are going to miss your smile, laughter, and your amazing personality. Our hearts goes out to the family. May you now rest without pain or suffering. We love you. Dickie, Tina, Kira, Louie, and Henri

Posted at 10:28am
Going to miss you lady.. The fun we had.. Priceless.. Love you lady..

Posted at 07:37am
To Mollys family:
I was saddened to hear of Molly's passing. Bill, I know you did what you could for Molly but God took her home. Molly and I were great friends at Dialysis. We had a lot of fun considering the circumstances. My friend Molly, May God receive you in His precious arms. I do hope that He has a big bowl of diabetic candy waiting for you as I can no longer do it. We sure had our good times. To MOlly's family. You won't understand my thoughts but it was Molly and my way to have fun at dialysis. She will be sorely missed.
Al Weickers

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