Maralyce (Dougherty) Dally

Born: Sat., Jun. 5, 1948
Died: Mon., Aug. 12, 2019


4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Aug. 15, 2019
Location: Short, Williamson & Diamond

Funeral Mass

9:00 AM Fri., Aug. 16, 2019
Location: St. Luke's Church

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DALLY, Maralyce  (Dougherty) of Somerville, formerly of Belmont,  entered into eternal rest unexpectedly, Monday, August 12, 2019 in the Beth Israel Deaconess-Lahey Medical Center in Boston.  She was 71 years old.  Born in Boston, Maralyce lived in Belmont for most of her life.  She was a teacher's assistant by profession and was retired, after many years,  from the Lowell School in Watertown.  Beloved wife of the late Robert A. Dally, Jr. for over 33 years. Devoted daughter of the late Arthur F. and Alice Dougherty. Dear and devoted mother of Robert A.  Dally, III and his wife, Tiffany of Nashua, NH and Nicole M. Dally of Waltham.  Devoted sister of Dona Dutka and her husband, Stephen of LaGrange, NY and the late Daniel Dougherty and his surviving wife, Marguerite of Merrimac, MA, Cathleen Bradley Powers and Arthur F. Dougherty, Jr.  Loving Nanny of Kelsey Rose and Joseph Robert Dally.  Maralyce is also survived by several loving nieces and nephews.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Maralyce’s visiting hours in Short, Williamson & Diamond Funeral Home,  52 Trapelo Road, BELMONT, Thursday, Aug. 15, from 4-8 p.m.  Her funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday in St. Luke’s Church, 132 Lexington St. Belmont, at 9 a.m.  Interment private.  In lieu of flowers, contributions in Maralyce’s memory to Juvenile Diabetes, c/o  would be sincerely appreciated.

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Marilyn Hollisian Mozian
   Posted Fri August 16, 2019
Dear Nicole and Robert,
I have known your dearly beloved mom in two ways; as a professional at the Lowell School and as a loving friend and wonderful person even caring for my mother. Norma, when I needed her most. I shall always remember her with the greatest of respect for the wonderful person she was.
May she know nothing but love and peace.

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