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Maureen McReary

Character
Maureen McReary
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Appearances GTA IV
Full Name Maureen McReary
Gender Gender::Female
Date of Birth 1935
Place of Birth Ireland
Age Now 79
Nationality Irish
Home Liberty City
Family Unnamed husband
Derrick McReary (son)
Gerald McReary (son)
Francis McReary (son)
Patrick McReary (son)
Kate McReary (daughter)
Main Affiliations Irish
Voiced by Doris Black

Maureen McReary (Irish: Máirín Mhic Ruairi) born in 1935, is a character in the HD Universe appearing in Grand Theft Auto IV. She is the elderly mother of Derrick, Francis, Patrick, Gerald and Kate McReary. Through and through the struggles of the family, she is intent on keeping them together and instilling values - every Sunday she would take her husband and children on a picnic after church. When Gerry went to juvenile hall in 1986, she ritualistically still set a place for him at the table, until her husband was drunk, angry, and threw the plate against the wall. She is well aware of her sons' criminal activities and also believes that her late husband is "in hell". Patrick seemingly dislikes being under his mother's wing at times, but is really loving towards her, and cares about her deeply. At the end of the Revenge storyline Patrick comforts her after Kate's murder.

The fate of Maureen after the events of Grand Theft Auto IV are unclear. Considering that by the end of the game Patrick is the only child willing or able to help her, it is strange that he would leave the city after the events of the game unless she had passed away. However this is never stated in the game, nor by Packie during his appearance in Grand Theft Auto V.

Mission appearances

Grand Theft Auto IV

LCPD Database information

Surname: McReary

First Name: Maureen

Age: 73

Place of Birth: Ireland

Affiliations: N/A

Criminal Record:

  • 1950 - Accessory to Murder
  • 1961 - Harboring a Fugitive

Notes:

  • Mother of Gerald, Derrick and Patrick McReary
  • Conspirator with their father in the 50s and 60s
  • Victim of domestic abuse but would not testify against her husband