Lillian Immig

January 31, 2016

Lillian Immig

LILLIAN (WOZNIEWSKI) IMMIG- of Woburn, January 31st. Beloved wife of the late John “Hans” Immig. Loving mother of Rosemary Immig of Woburn, and the late Lillian Anne Immig. Dear sister of the late Irene Gaynor and her late husband Jack, and the late Stella Mach and her late husband Theodore. Devoted friend of Crissy Schofield her husband Mike Oliveira of TX, along with many nieces, nephews, and their families. A Funeral will be held from the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn on Thursday, February 4th at 10:15 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Charles Church ,280 Main St., Woburn at 11:30 a.m.. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to call at the Funeral Home on Wednesday from 4-8 p.m. Remembrances may be made in Lillian’s memory to St. Judes Cancer Fund, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.


Lillian (Wozniewski) Immig passed away Sunday evening, January31st after a lingering illness. The beloved husband of the late John “Hans” Immig, she was ninety one years of age.

Born in Central Falls, Rhode Island she was the daughter of the late John and and Anna Wozniewski. Raised and educated there she was a graduate of Central Falls High School along with the Class of 1942.

Following high school she secured a position at the SEARS Headquarters in Philadelphia, where she worked her way to an administrative assistant over the years she was there.

Lillian was introduced to John Immig while she was living in Phuiladelphia. They courted for ten years, while in “Philly” marrying in 1960.

In 1963, Johns’ professional career brought the family north where they decided to settle here in Woburn. Their two daughters came into the world to whom they were devoted. Lillian remained in home tending to the children and all their needs. She was a wonderful cook, each meal always specially made. Her homemade apple pie was superb! Always made from scratch and with home grown apples…the best!

She also enjoyed playing the piano when time was available and did a lot of knitting and crocheting of hats, mittens, scarfs and blankets. Also a very devout Catholic she was active in her parish and in the 2000’s she became part of the Assisi Project, always trying to help others out.

Sadly Lillian was predeceased by her husband John of forty seven years, her beloved daughter Lillian Ann Immig in 1980.

She is lovingly survived by her daughter, Rosemary Immig of Woburn. Lillian is also survived by her cherished nieces, nephews and their families.


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  1. Rosemary:

    We are sorry we can’t be there for you today to pay our respects. You have our deepest sympathy and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

    Barbara & Dennis McElhiney

  2. I hope your memories of happier times will be a source of comfort to you during this difficult time.

    With sympathy,
    Grace Morse

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