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Mary L. (Costa) Wamboldt

December 5, 1924 ~ May 19, 2020 (age 95)

Obituary

Mary (Costa) Wamboldt, 95, died on Tuesday, May 19,2020 at St. Patrick’s Manor in Framingham. Born in Natick, she was the daughter of the late, Antonio Costa, who died in 1977 and Leah Domicelli, who died in1927. Rose Costa, who died in 2008, was her mother for 80 years.

Mary graduated from Natick High School and spent the rest of her life as a resident of Framingham. She was a Lady of the Lake and a member of the Elks Emblem Club, and a member of the Legion of Mary at St. Tarcisius Church. Mary was a cashier at Framingham South High School and worked at both Dameris and Decenso Markets, both in Framingham. Mary rounded out her work life at the Travel Lodge in Natick and later loved being a food demo at Sam’s Club and Sudbury Farms.

Mary is survived by a daughter, Leah Umina Sawin, and her husband, Stephen of Medway, her granddaughter, Kristin Umina, of Plymouth, and a grandson, Peter Umina and his wife Christine, of Milford, her two great grandchildren, Jacqueline Umina, and Joseph Umina, her brother, Nicola Costa of Framingham, and many nieces and nephews. She deeply loved them all. Mary was predeceased by her son, Raymond E. Wamboldt, who died in 1986, and her brother, Sam Costa who died in 2008.

Due to the current health regulations, family and friends will honor, remember and celebrate her life privately.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in Mary’s name to: American Diabetes Assoc., 260 Cochituate Rd., #200, Framingham, MA 01701, www.diabetes.org.

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Services

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American Diabetes Association
260 Cochituate Road # 200, Framingham MA 01701
Tel: 1-617-482-4580
Web: http://www.diabetes.org

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