Mary E. Barboza, 57, of Bristol

Posted 6/22/20

Mary E. Barboza, 57, of Bristol, died Friday, June 19, 2020, at Rhode Island Hospital.

She was born in Providence, the daughter of the late George and Arlene (Magill) Barboza.

Mary was a …

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Mary E. Barboza, 57, of Bristol

Posted

Mary E. Barboza, 57, of Bristol, died Friday, June 19, 2020, at Rhode Island Hospital.

She was born in Providence, the daughter of the late George and Arlene (Magill) Barboza.

Mary was a bartender for the Common Pub for many years and also Tweets Restaurant.

She has been a resident of Warren for the last six years, coming from Bristol, where she had lived all of her life.

Mary was an avid Boston Red Sox fan. She enjoyed going to the beach. She was a selfless, caring and always happy person, who helped anyone all the time.

She enjoyed spending time with her daughter and her grand dog Luna; they were always seen together.

She is survived by her daughter, Jillian Barboza of Bristol. Mary was the sister of Alan Barboza, Manuel Barboza, Cheryl IIams and Diane DiSano, all of Bristol.

She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

She was the sister of the late George Barboza.

Funeral services are private. Calling hours and flowers are omitted.

Gifts in her memory may be sent to The Red Sox Foundation, 4 Jersey St., Boston, MA 02215.

Arrangements by the Smith Funeral and Memorial Services.

www.wjsmithfh.com

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