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Mary L. (Kiley) Utting, 92,

    Mary L. (Kiley) Utting, 92, of Hopedale, died April 18, 2013 at the Blaire House of Milford. She was the wife of the late William H. Utting who died in 1962. She was born in Cambridge, daughter of the late William and Anna Marie (Shell) Kiley and moved to Milford in 1978 and to Hopedale in 1988. She was educated in the Cambridge Schools.  
     Mrs. Utting was employed in the medical records at the Milford Hospital for many years. 
    She is survived by two sons Kenneth Utting of KY, Richard Utting of RI, one daughter Nancy Spolsino of Naples FL, two grandchildren Kevin Palmireiri of MA and Rob Spolsino of FL.. 
    She was predeceased by her brothers Paul Kiley, Richard Kiley and Robert Kiley. 
    A mass of Christian burial will be held Wednesday, April 24, 2013, at 10 A.M. in the Sacred Heart Church on Hopedale St. in Hopedale MA. 
     The burial will be at the convenience of the family.  
    There are no calling hours. 
    Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli-Ruggerio  Funeral Home, 46 Water Street, Milford, MA.

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I will miss my longtime friend, Mary.
Phyllis Weaver

i met mary while working in a milford health food store and immediately found her to be a wonderful, strong and resilient person. we recently met and forged a strong relationship- walks in hopedale, beach excursions or a cup of coffee. we had great conversations together. i was astounded by her zest for life. i will truly miss her.
deborah dodd

Mary was a great friend who had a great love of life. She always had a smile and always there if you needed her. She will be missed, but always thought of with a smile. Keep driving around all the "old folks" up in heaven Mary!!
Brenda Bodreau & Mary Ann Gala

Losing Mary leaves a trail of broken hearts as she was very much loved by ALL who were fortunate to have been able to call her their friend. She was a people magnet of whom ALL people were automatically drawn toward. Strangers would often approach her just to have conversation with her. She was MY best friend for 28 years and will be greatly missed every waking moment of every day. She had become many others best friend, also and they are as devestated by this loss as I and my son are. A wonderful, kind, ingenious, genuine individual with a contageous laugh and awesome bright blue eyes - always wanting and very willing to help anyone simply by being there to listen - always without judgement. One of her favorite "sayings" was "Judge NOT Lest YE Be Judged". She will never be forgotten by all who called her their friend.
Denise Taylor

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