Mary Ann Hauptman

  • Born: July 27, 1937
  • Died: March 10, 2018
  • Location: Medfield, Massachusetts

Eaton Funeral Home

1351 Highland Avenue
Needham, MA 02492

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Tel. (781) 444-0201

Tribute & Message From The Family


Mary Ann Hauptman wife of the late Joseph W. Hauptman Jr., died March 10, 2018, she was 80 years old. Mary lived in Medfield and she passed peacefully in Needham, after battling pancreatic cancer.
Mary was born July 27th, 1937, in Cambridge, the daughter of Ernest and Winifred McCloskey. She was a long- time resident of Needham and worked as Payroll Manager at Weston Golf Club for over 15 years. Mary enjoyed spending time with family and visiting North Conway, NH.
Mary is survived by brother John McCloskey of Fort Myers Florida. Her four sons, Joseph III and his wife Cynthia Hauptman of Chester, NH; Richard and his wife Beth Hauptman of Millis, MA; Steven and his wife Christine Hauptman of Townsend and John and his wife Deborah Hauptman of Bellingham. Mary is survived by 7 grandchildren; Brenna, Cody, Jolene, Chad, Casey, Cameron and Haven Hauptman. She is predeceased by her grandson Ross Hauptman. Visiting hours will be held in Eaton Funeral Home, 1351 Highland Ave, Needham, on Wednesday, March 14th from 4-7 pm. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. Joseph's Church, 1362 Highland Ave, Needham, on Thursday at 10 am. In lieu of flowers the family welcomes donations to be made in her memory to Vernon Cancer Center at Newton Wellesley Hospital. www giving.nwh.org.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

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dear grandma,
i dont know if this is going into the memory book but i just miss you. In school i'm trying my best to stay as positive as possible. i hope god is with you and i miss you so so much. i wish i could've said goodbye before the cancer got to much to bear. i cant say im fine because im suffering. i hope your happy to be with ross and papa Joe. Ever since you left i haven't seen them and i really miss them too. please say hello to them for me. I wish you couldve said goodbye to dadtoo. because of my depression ive been doing stupid things purposely. Because you arent here i crave my parents attention but at the same time im pushing them away. i cant handle my depression. i say im okay and that ill be fine but i feel so sad. i just want to come home to you holding me a whoopie pie and saying that i haveto clean up after myself so my parents wouldnt find out. Thank you for keeping all of my secrets. I love you and miss you deeply.

Love And Goodbyes,
Haven

Posted by haven h - bellingham, MA - Grandparent   March 29, 2018

Mary was a wonderful kind and caring woman whom loved her family so much. Whenever she came in to drop off her rent payments she would always share stories about her 4 boys and their families. She really knew how much she was loved by her family and always knew that they were there for her.
Although I only knew her for a short time I always looked forward to her visits. She was such a positive and upbeat person.
She will be greatly missed.
Danielle Beal
Community Director
The Parc at Medfield Apartments

Posted by Danielle Beal - Medfield, MA - Acquaintance   March 14, 2018

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Our thoughts and Prayers are with you all! xo

Posted by Mo & Dean Harrold - MA   March 14, 2018

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So happy to see that smiling face one more time - I shall miss her - we had some good telephone talks - easier than getting out, we found. I'll remember those weekends in No. Conway, the Fryeburg Fair, trips to Las Vegas, Bermuda. Sleep well - Lois

Posted by Lois Duffy - Needham, MA - Friend   March 13, 2018