Southwick – Mary (Webster) Currier, 80, died on March 2, 2018 with her loving daughters by her side. She passed away just one hour and forty minutes shy of her 81st birthday. She was born in Hartford, Connecticut, the daughter of the late Mary (Dooley) and George Webster. She began her working career after her children started school. Mary was payroll clerk at Columbia Bicycle Mfg., and worked in various office capacities at Alcoa Equipment in Agawam, MA and Salter’s Express in Simsbury, CT. Mary’s final employment was with Big Y in Southwick as a cashier and demo clerk. Mary loved to knit and crotchet, as well as playing cards and cribbage. Mary loved her time in Maine at Sabbath Day Lake on her boat and the many excursions she took with Nancy and Polly. Mary was predeceased by her husband of 57 years, Bernard. She was the loving mother to Roxanne Cook and her fiancé George Zanolli and Patricia Banasik and her husband Theodore of Southwick. Along with her son-in-law David Breton, husband to Mary’s predeceased daughter, Cindy Breton of Westfield, Mary cherished and adored her grandchildren Tina Cook of Southwick, Jason Cook of Chicopee, Sonya Murray of Southwick and Melissa Cunningham and her husband Daniel of Westfield. Mary has left behind four adoring great grandchildren, Hannah Massoni of Southwick, Damon Cunningham of Westfield, and Haley and Jacob Murray. Additionally, she leaves her brother George Webster and his wife, Joan, her nephew Larry and his wife, Jane, and two sister-in-laws, Marie Millet and Altene Edwards of Maine. Mary was predeceased by her brother, Lawrence Webster. She leaves many friends, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held for Mary on Wednesday, March 7th at 10 am at Southwick Congregational Church, 488 College Highway in Southwick with burial in the spring. Friends and Family may gather on Tuesday, March 6th at Southwick Forastiere Funeral Home, 624 College Highway in Southwick from 4 pm- 7 pm. Memorial Contributions in Mary’s name may be made to Southwick Congregational Church.