Mary T. (DiRubio) Aucone
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Danvers - Mary T. (DiRubio) Aucone, age 101, passed into the presence of the Lord on March 22, 2020, at Hathorne Hill in Danvers. She was the wife of the late Ettore J. Aucone. She was born in Beverly to the late Angelo and Filomena (DiSario) DiRubio.
She worked for the City of Beverly in the Veteran's Department for over 20 years, at Kransbergs Furniture and as a real estate agent for Manzi Association Realty. She was active in the Vittori Rocci Post Ladies Auxiliary.
She enjoyed volunteering at the Beverly senior center, playing cards with friends, cooking for family, and of course her treasured grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was a woman of deep faith who prayed daily for family, friends and those in need.
Surviving her are two sons, Joseph Aucone and his wife Karin of Manchester-by-the-Sea, Thomas Aucone and his wife Karen of Beverly; two grandchildren Stephanie Kacamburas and her husband Charles, Tania Dokken and her husband Eric; six great-grandchildren, Thomas Jason Valentine, Nicholas Valentine, Lauren Kacamburas, Harold Kacamburas, Joshua Dokken and Helena Dokken. She was predeceased by seven brothers, Joseph, John, Antonio, Henry, Pat, Stephen, and Augustine DiRubio; two sisters, Theresa Scanzani and Mildred Gasperoni; and her beloved grandson Jason Aucone. Also, she leaves behind her best friend Mary Gagnon.

Her funeral services will be held privately. Arrangements by the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street, Beverly. Contributions may be made in her name to the Jason Aucone Scholarship Fund at Beverly High School. Information and condolences at www.campbellfuneral.com.
Published on March 25, 2020

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Esther Corio
Mar 30, 2020
I feel like I've known Mary all my life. I can't remember a time when I couldn't pick up a phone and hear my dear friend's voice, whether it was to make arrangements to get together for one of our many activities, lobster lunches with family, or simply listening to her sing a special song that she said was inspired by my mother, a woman she loved as dearly as her own.
She was generous and kind, and her zest for life was undeniable. I will forever miss my Beautiful friend who brightened every life she touched.
I will cherish your memory and carry you in my heart always.
Forever,
Esther Corio
Brian Fumarola
Mar 29, 2020
So sorry for your loss of a great woman. to all the DiRubios and Aucones. I remember her well. Brian
Sharon Tully
Mar 27, 2020
Mary was like an aunt to me. I always remember knowing her from her days working at Manzi real estate with my uncles. She was sweet and kind. What a treasure.
Francie Sudak
Mar 25, 2020
Dear Tom,Karen,Stephanie and all of Mary's family,friends and the "FANS "that Mary accumulated throughout her life( including me) ...My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Hold on to the" Mary memories ". God Bless you all and may this beautiful lady watch over those left behind.❤😓🙏🙏🙏Francie Sudak,Beverly
Mary Gagnon
Mar 25, 2020
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Mary
Mar 25, 2020
To Mary’s sons and Daughters in law, to her entire family ...please accept my most sincere condolences!
She loved you all so soooo much!!
I am blessed to have had Mary be my best friend for years . Mary shared so many funny stories with me of all different aspects of her life and yours.
She was such a loving and caring lady to all..
Sending you all love and strength to help you through this sorrowful time.
With love
Mary and Dave