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(Mary) Dolores Dunn Wilsey

Mary) Dolores Dunn Wilsey passed away on Saturday, November 25 at her home in Tinton Falls, NJ at the age of 96.  Dolores grew up  on Radcliffe St. in Bristol, Pa. and was a member of St. Mark's Parish till the age of 31, when in 1952 she married Delmar G. Wilsey and moved away to start their life in N.J.  She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Boyle) Dunn. Dolores attended Saint Mark's Elementary School and graduated from John Hallahan High School in Philadelphia, PA, class of 1939.  She also attended post graduate courses at  the Philadelphia School of Business and Rider College where she studied accounting. Dolores was a member of the rosary society, enjoyed playing bridge, gardening and was a devout Catholic.  She also volunteered as a librarian at St. Helena's  School in Edison N.J.  Dolores enjoyed playing golf as a member of the women's nine holers at Metuchen Golf and Country Club as well as at Saddlebrook in Tucson  Arizona where she and her late husband Delmar G. Wilsey wintered after retirement. 

Dolores is survived by her four children Katherine Ryan, David D. Wilsey, Mark D. Wilsey, and Mary Jo Wilsey Ingraham, her two son- in-laws, George Ryan and Thomas Ingraham, and two daughters-in-laws, Pat and Chris Wilsey.  She will be sadly missed by her seven grandchildren, Joshua Wilsey, Katelyn Maloney, Noah Wilsey, Alice Wilsey, Emily Ingraham, Della Wilsey, Matthew Ingraham, and her great granddaughter, Lindsey Maloney.

Dolores is also survived by her sister-in-law Terry Dunn and brother-in-law Robert Watson, along with many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her siblings, Sister Margaret Mary Dunn, Joseph Dunn, Katherine Sweeney, Jack Dunn, and Anne Watson.

Family and friends are invited to call Tuesday, December 5, 10:00-10-40 a.m. at the Wade Funeral Home, 1002 Radcliffe Street, Bristol, PA. Followed by a Funeral Mass at Saint Mark's Church, Bristol, at 11 a.m.  Internment will be at the Brigadier General Wm. C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Wrightstown, NJ.  

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Parkinson's Foundation, 200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800, Miami, FL, 33131 or