Mary I Roberts 1935 2018

Obituary of Mary Roberts Mary Roberts 82 of Jamestown went to live with our Lord on August 27, 2018. Mary was born September 11, 1935 to the late Benjamin and Maida Morton. On June 28, 1958 she married the love of her life the late Earl Roberts who passed away on November 30, 1975. In her younger years Mary was a member of the Salvation Army of Corry PA. Mary had been employed at the Boston Store Inc. in Erie PA and at MFG Boat Factory in Union City PA. After moving to Jamestown in 1972 Mary was employed by Jamestown General Hospital, the Hall Memorial Home for Adults, the Post Journal, the Salvation Army store, and Quality Markets. Mary is survived by her brother William Morton, children James (Debbie) Morton of Ellwood City, PA, Daniel Boldorff of Waymart PA, Sandra (Mervin) Gould of Jamestown, Linda Roberts of Falconer, Willa Riley of Jamestown (with whom she lived with), and Paul Roberts of Falconer. 21 grandchildren including Mary (Michael Carlbertson) Silsby, Pamela (Shawn) Seekings, Tina Silsby, Carl (Melissa) Silsby, David (Amber Patrizi) Arnold, and Kaylee Lowe, along with 41 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Mary is preceded in death by her parents, Husband, her sisters Betty Dehaven, Marie Johnstone, C. Marie Adams, and Rita Carter, her brother Richard Dunbar, and grandson Joseph Sissom. Calling hours will be Wed. 2-4pm at Hubert Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Cremation will be private. Send a condolence by visiting

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Death notice for the town of: Jamestown, state: New York

death notice Mary I Roberts 1935 2018

obituary notice Mary I Roberts 1935 2018

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