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Source, Lowell Sun
May 31, 1932
COSTELLO - The funeral of Mrs. Mary Costello, a well known and much respected resident of this city, took place yesterday monring at 8:30 o'clock from the O'Donnell Funeral home, 166 Pawtucket street, at Fletcher street, and was largely attended by relatives and friends. At St. Patrick's church at 9 o'clock a funerla high mass was sung by Rev. Daniel J. Sullivan. Teh choir sang the Gregorian mass, the solos of the mass being sung by Mrs. Frank M. Brogan, Miss Frances Tighe and Miss Rita Rock. At the offertory, Miss Tighe and Mrs. Brogan sang in duet Michel's "Pie Jesu," and at the conclusion of mass the choir sang "De Profundis," Miss Marie J. C. O'Donell presiding at the organ. There were many floral tributes, also in numerable spiritual bouquets. The bearers were Messrs. Joseph P. Queenan, Thomas P. Queenan, Luke Queenan, John Daly, George Tobin and Walter Farrell. At the grave, Rev. Fr. Sullivan read the committal prayers. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, un!
der the direction of Undertakers James F. O'Donnell & Sons.