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Margaret McDonnell

Margaret M. McDonnell

Thursday, July 17th, 1930 - Monday, April 20th, 2020
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John

Posted at 10:55pm
Peggy,

we are happy you are in heaven , but we are sad we can not visit you anymore . We will always love and remember you , and we will see you again some day .

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John

Posted at 10:39pm
From the mouth watering melt in your mouth peggy squares, to the wide open door of your home. Peggy would always welcome anyone with all her heart and smile. I am so fortunate to have spent time with you before covid-19 banned us from all visitation. I know at times it was hard to recall thoughts but where your memory was fading your heart made up for it. You were there for me when my father started to get ill, to make sure no one took advantage of his declining health. I am so sorry I could not do the same for you. Please forgive me, I did not know the extent of your situation and please forgive the people who took advantage of you and your brother Tom due to your aggressive memory loss. I know you went right into heaven to be with your true family and friends. We love and miss you. - Little John
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Robert D McGurl

Posted at 04:54pm
It is such An UNBELIEVABLE SHOCK to find out ONLINE that Aunt Peggy who MY GRANDFATHER’’s FAMILY / FATHER’S FAMILY raised as well as her BROTHER TOMMY.... who we ALL grew up with BECAUSE THEY WERE AT ALL OUR FAMILY FUNCTIONS... find out that she has passed... not being able to see her due to Covid-19 we understand BUT NOT TO BE NOTIFIED BY A SIMPLE CURTESY OF A PHONE CALL IS TRULY DISRESPECTFUL... I’m truly sorry Aunt Peggy is gone but it’s comforting to know she is with her brother & Real Family!

You earned your wings along time ago Aunt Peggy!
The McGurl Family
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Maureen, Kathy and Lorraine Holland

Posted at 04:15pm
It is beyond sad that Peggy's and also her brother, Tom's "real, life-long" family and friends were NOT notified of his or her passing. Peggy now a "saint" in heaven with the family she grew up with on Summer Street in Arlington, MA.
All I can say is GREED is a terrible, terrible way to live.

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