Being a donor was not a hard choice for Mary. She gave during life and wanted to give after life whatever she could to those who needed her help.
Giving was a lesson she learned from her two loving parents — it was a lesson that did not fall short with her. She would give even to those who would not stop long enough to recognize the passing of a soul.
Mary found joy in helping the most disadvantaged young minds and worked very hard to find a way to help in even the smallest achievements that would help improve their lives.