In memory of
Mary Lou Peck
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In memory of
Mary Lou Peck
Mystic - Mary Lou (Delaporta) Peck, 66, of Mystic, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, surrounded by her family and dear friend at home. She had been fighting cancer for over five years. Mary Lou attended the Saltonstall School, Waterford Schools and then St. Bernard School for high school. Mary Lou graduated from UConn with a degree in fine arts. Mary Lou taught at NFA, kept books at The Steak Loft, worked in the Mystic Seaport's Art Department and managed at Recycled Paper Products. In 1992, she became the owner and manager of the Adams House Bed & Breakfast and also worked with her childhood friend Charlotte at Thames River Greenery. In 1990 Mary Lou met Gregory Peck in NYC. They married and raised their daughter Marissa in the Bed & Breakfast. Mary Lou is survived by three sisters, Donna Perry, Debbie Delaporta and Franny Sission, and their children and grandchildren. We thank Center for Hospice Care Southeastern Connecticut for their compassion and devotion to our family in Mary Lou's final weeks of life. We are grateful for all of the love and wonderful food Mary Lou brought to our lives. Her cooking and wise words of advice will be missed but also will live through all with whom she shared her gifts. Contributions may be made in memory of Mary Lou Peck to the following organizations: Mystic Museum of Art's educational outreach programs to regional schools. https://www.mysticmuseumofart.org/support/annual-appeal/ or Capital Roots' commercial kitchen project, which is being built to give space for small food-based businesses to thrive and grow in New York's Capital Region, where Mary Lou's daughter, Marissa, has been working since 2014. https://www.nycharities.org/give/donate.aspx?cc=3965 Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Byles Memorial Home is handling the arrangements. Please visit www.byles.com for more about Mary Lou or to sign the online register.
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In memory of
Mary Lou Peck
Mystic - Mary Lou (Delaporta) Peck, 66, of Mystic, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, surrounded by her family and dear friend at home. She had been fighting cancer for over five years. Mary Lou attended the Saltonstall School, Waterford Schools and then St. Bernard School for high school. Mary Lou graduated from UConn with a degree in fine arts. Mary Lou taught at NFA, kept books at The Steak Loft, worked in the Mystic Seaport's Art Department and managed at Recycled Paper Products. In 1992, she became the owner and manager of the Adams House Bed & Breakfast and also worked with her childhood friend Charlotte at Thames River Greenery. In 1990 Mary Lou met Gregory Peck in NYC. They married and raised their daughter Marissa in the Bed & Breakfast. Mary Lou is survived by three sisters, Donna Perry, Debbie Delaporta and Franny Sission, and their children and grandchildren. We thank Center for Hospice Care Southeastern Connecticut for their compassion and devotion to our family in Mary Lou's final weeks of life. We are grateful for all of the love and wonderful food Mary Lou brought to our lives. Her cooking and wise words of advice will be missed but also will live through all with whom she shared her gifts. Contributions may be made in memory of Mary Lou Peck to the following organizations: Mystic Museum of Art's educational outreach programs to regional schools. https://www.mysticmuseumofart.org/support/annual-appeal/ or Capital Roots' commercial kitchen project, which is being built to give space for small food-based businesses to thrive and grow in New York's Capital Region, where Mary Lou's daughter, Marissa, has been working since 2014. https://www.nycharities.org/give/donate.aspx?cc=3965 Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Byles Memorial Home is handling the arrangements. Please visit www.byles.com for more about Mary Lou or to sign the online register.
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