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On January 30, 2004, MARGARET ANNE MACK O'DAY died peacefully at Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville, MD. She was 83 years old; beloved wife of Paul F. O'Day, who died in 1999. A native of Baltimore, "Molly" attended Mount Saint Agnes High School, and Notre Dame of Maryland College. She lived in Houston, TX for 16 years. She was employed by Conoco for several years. In 1979, she accompanied her husband Paul to London, England for a one-year work assignment. In London, she worked with the American Embassy, assisting stranded travelers. In 1983, Paul and Molly returned to Baltimore and lived in Stoneleigh. She moved with Paul to Charlestown in 1993. Mrs. O'Day is survived by her three daughters, Kathleen Jenkins O'Day, Marcia Anne O'Day Shults and Trish O'Day, son-in-laws, Thomas D. Clay, David B. Shults and Ben G. Marroquin, as well as six beloved grandchildren, Kim Jaeger Hutchinson, Ann Elizabeth Verona Jaeger, Katie O'Neill Shults, Heidi O'Day Shults, Rita Simone Marroquin and Joseph Paul Marroquin. She is also survived by her brother Jerome E. Mack and sister-in-law, Sandy Mack and Agnes Mack. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, February 4, 2004, at 2 P.M. in Our Lady of Angels Chapel, Charlestown Retirement Community, Catonsville. Interment private. Arrangements by Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville, Inc.

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