Mary Egan passed away on Oct. 17. She was predeceased by her husband, Philip Egan, who died on Nov. 22, 2021.

Mary was born in Auburn, Massachusetts, on Jan. 5, 1932, to Thomas A. Williams and Dorothy Degnan. Philip was born on March 4, 1931, in Worcester, Massachusetts, to John Egan and Helen Morin Egan.

Mary and Philip are survived by their daughter, Mary Alice Thomas and her husband, Clyde; their grandchildren, Zack Finley and wife Valarie, and Greg Finley and wife Dielka; and their great-granddaughter, Harper. They also are survived by another daughter, Anna Marie Medici, and her family.

They spent several years at their home in Harpswell after moving from Situate, Massachusetts. They often spent winters in either Fort Lauderdale or Key Largo, Florida. Mary spent her last year near her daughter on Longboat Key, Florida, where many good times were had.

Phil spent his career working as an executive for AT&T while living in Maine, New York and Massachusetts. Early in his career he was in the Army at the Language School, which was part of the Army Security Agency, and where he learned many languages.

Mary was mostly a homemaker, but did spend a few years as a travel agent, assisting many in the Boston area with worldwide travel. She and Phil traveled quite a bit as part of her job and visited many interesting places, both domestic and international.

They relocated to Harpswell to be near their family. While there they enjoyed gardening, boating, and entertaining guests and family at their seaside home.

They also were animal lovers with many canine children and a few felines. Above all they loved and cherished their daughter, grandchildren and great-granddaughter. They are and will continue to be loved and missed by all.