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Mary has long blonde hair and pale skin, as well as downset eyes. She used to be heavy, but is now slim to the point Kat and Lillia worry about her eating habits, or lack of thereof. Kat and Lillia both say Mary is pretty, along with several junior boys who wanted to vote for her for Homecoming Queen.
Personality- sweet, kind, and insightfulEdit
In seventh grade, Mary attended the Belle Harbor Montessori. That year, Reeve Tabatsky was transferred to her class on a scholarship. She and Reeve were the only kids in their class from the island. Reeve seems bored and out of place, and Mary, feeling bad and wanting help him, tries to take his tray when he doesn't know where to put it. He reacts by snatching it away and shouting, "Don't you think you've had enough to eat?", making a joke at her weight. He gives her the nickname "Big Easy" after their class does a unit on Mardi Gras and soon turns the whole class against Mary.
Mary begins standing outside the ferry to avoid Reeve on the rides back. One day on the ferry he sees Mary standing alone and tells her to come over to him. Soon, they strike up a "friendship", where they ride the ferry back to Jar Island and walk home together. However, in public, Reeve continues to ignore and ridicule her. At Mary's twelfth birthday party, Reeve is the only one who shows up. He gives her an enamel daisy necklace that she treasures. One day, as Mary and Reeve are riding the ferry home together, a couple of Reeve's friends run after him with a notebook he left behind. They are surprised when they see him with Mary, and Mary, seeing her chance to be accepted in school again, throws her arm around Reeve and announces that they are friends. Reeve rejects Mary and pushes her off the dock, while the other boys laugh at her. Mary runs home, devastated and humiliated. She opens her closet, intending to change her clothes, but ends up hanging herself. After that, Mary continues to live on Jar Island as a ghost.