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May 24, 2023
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Maryjane Tocci, age 64, of Las Vegas, NV and formerly of Milford MA passed away Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Maryjane is survived by her sister, Patricia Lemon and her husband, Jim Lemon; sisters-in-law, Linda and Susan Tocci; nieces and nephews, Jamie Tocci, Amy Scott, Susan Tocci, Ben Lemon, Greg Lemon, Alexandra Liebman and their families, and countless friends from Massachusetts and Nevada.
Maryjane was preceded in death by her parents, Benjamin and Catherine Tocci, and her brothers James Tocci and Benjamin Tocci.
Maryjane was born and raised in Milford, Massachusetts and spent the majority of her life and career there. She had an interest in the medical field from a young age and was always extremely committed to learning and advancing her knowledge. Maryjane had a long career in healthcare administration, serving in several different positions in doctor’s offices and medical practices. Her longest tenure was with the Milford Regional Medical Center where she worked in the emergency department for nearly 20 years.
In both her personal and professional life, Maryjane was known for her kindness, her intelligence and her ability to build a rapport with nearly everyone she encountered. She developed extensive medical knowledge throughout her career and with that knowledge, she was known to answer calls of friends and family to discuss symptoms and make recommendations on what medicine to take to feel better quick. At work, she was known for her work ethic and compassion for patients she interacted with, often remembering them and their family on future trips to the ER.
Although she never had children of her own, Maryjane was a natural with kids and was known to those she loved the most as “Auntie Jane.” She adored her nieces and nephews and later doted on and spoiled her great nieces and nephews beyond measure. “Auntie Jane” was notorious for going on shopping sprees and showering her favorite little ones with clothes and toys galore. She was also extra crafty at finding the best deals and knowing just the right stores to go to at just the right time. She also was great at connecting with the kids in her family and when she wasn’t spoiling them, she would also help teach them to read, do math and play games.
In 2020, Maryjane bravely took a chance and moved across the country to Las Vegas, Nevada to be closer to her Nevada family. She spent the last few years of her life in Las Vegas enjoying the warm weather, making new friends and being the best auntie.
Maryjane will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Her compassion and thoughtful spirit will live on in those who knew her and loved her.
Family and friends are invited to attend the graveside committal services for Maryjane on Wednesday, August 16 at 11:30am at Sacred Heart Cemetery, 110 Medway Rd (Rte 109) in Milford, MA.
In lieu of flowers, you are invited to consider making a gift in memory of Maryjane to the Lupus Foundation of America by visiting: www.lupus.org