Mary J. Treusch
“Don’t cry because it’s over, SMILE because it happened!”
Mary passed away peacefully at her home of over 20 years with her children at her side.
Mary grew up in Agawam, Massachusetts, and fell in love with the outdoors, animals and people, while learning the value of an honest day’s hard work. She graduated from Agawam High then attended Westfield State College. She married and had two children Jennifer and Christopher and settled in Simsbury, CT, but after 25 years it was time for a change.
Mary went on to focus on herself and her career, and became a female pioneer in the water industry before retiring. During that time she met Kenneth Treusch whom she fell in love with and married in 1994, he brought her so much joy. They relocated to Florida and settled in Sebastian. Mary’s drive & energy did not “retire”. She kept busy volunteering for the Humane Society, the hospital and continued to work for an amazing family. She was an active member of the Moose Lodge #1767. They indulged her fantasy job as a bartender, where she truly enjoyed the social atmosphere of tending bar.
She was an avid lover of life and some of her passions & loves include time with friends~old and new, her family, her grandchildren, playing Poker and Bridge, skydiving, golf with her BFF, thrifting, spending time in her garden with her flowers, birds & wind chimes…and a glass of wine.
She is survived by her two children, Jennifer Mercedes Finaldi and Christopher Robin (Bridget) Day; her grandchildren Chaston Drake & Trevor Colby Finaldi, Abigail Nevaeh & Christopher Edward Day; siblings, Judy (Paul) Bilodeau, Richard (Lynn) Wilson, Stuart “Champ” (Theresa) Wilson; nieces and nephews, Debbie (Steve) Vorhees, Paul “Matt” Bilodeau, Lisa (Mike) Wilson-Bernardara, Taylor “Growl” (Kelly) Wilson, Reverend Brett Wilson, Richard (Amy) Wilson. She had special connections with all of them. Mary also had very special bonds with Ken’s children Shannon (Gerry) Goss, Kenneth Treusch and grandchildren Jack & Callum Goss.
She also is survived by many cousins, 2 grand nephews and many friends.
Mary was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth H. Treusch in 2006, her parents Richard “Tex” and Mary (Wisnieski) Wilson and nephew Kevin Wilson.
Mary’s adventurous spirit, smile and laughter will be missed by all and she leaves behind many wonderful memories.
A few sayings to remember her by; “Stolat”, “Na Zdrowie”, “Whatever will be, will be”, “IADY”, “Do as a say, not as I do”, “Big Hugs”, “Peace”.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American lung association for COPD research: https://www.lung.org/get-involved/ways-to-give
At this time, the celebration has been postponed. Future date of celebration is to be determined. Please check the website or the family for future date and updates.
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