Mary Queen (Pulley) McGee, the loving daughter of the late Ethel “Queenie” and William Pulley was born on August 29, 1929. She entered quietly and peacefully into eternal rest on January 28, 2016 surrounded by her grandchildren.\n \n\n From the beginning to the end of her life Mary, was a social people person. She was a good neighbor, concerned friend, and devoted family member. One of her favorite past times was sharing stories based upon her past experiences with everyone including many of her eldest granddaughter's friends and coworkers. She even developed a strong interest in basketball once she discovered that it was a sport that her grandson played and excelled at. Her love of Western movies will be remembered by anyone who visited and accompanied her in watching them. She was well rounded in trivia, current events, politics, and various which lead to her to being a source of advise for those who seeked her knowledge and expertise.\n \n\n Mary was educated in Queen Anne’s County and attended Kennard High School. Once she completed her schooling,she wanted to explore the world outside of Queen Anne’s County and moved to Baltimore, Maryland. Throughout her life, Mary has lived in multiple cities in Maryland, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Out of all the places she lived, Philadelphia was her favorite due to her love of the fast paced city life.\n \n\n Mary was united in marriage to the late Frank McGee Sr. From this union they had two sons, Michael McGee and Frank McGee Jr.\n \n\n She had various types of employment over the years including being a hair stylist, an electronic technician at Leeds & Northrop where she worked alongside her son Frank Jr., a machinist at Merck Sharp & Dohme, and a home health aide.\n \n\n She began her relationship with the Lord early in her life and she attended Union Wesley United Methodist Church and the Church of God on Cox Neck Road. While living in Norristown, Pennsylvania she found a new church home and family at Ebenezer Methodist Church. Once she returned home to Maryland she attended Abundant Life Restoration Church.\n \n\n Mary was preceded in death by her parents, Ethel and William; her loving husband, Frank; devoted sons Michael & Frank; siblings Flossie, Thelma, Flossie, & Emily, and Joseph “Evie” Pulley.