Lorraine (Hogan) Dunnett

October 4, 2016

Lorraine (Hogan) Dunnett

Lorraine M. (Hogan) Dunnett in Woburn, October 4th, at the age of seventy five. Long time companion of the late Albert “Al” Cirone. Loving mother of Donna A. Wells, her husband Brent D., of WVA, Cynthia L. Dunnett of Woburn, Lorens E. Dunnett, his wife Sharon of Wilmington, George K. “Keith” Dunnett, his wife Laurie of Wilmington and James K. Dunnett of Woburn. Dear sister of Jacquelyn “Jackie” Mustone of Woburn, Carol Buonarosa, her husband Domenic of NH and Patty Fletcher, her husband Edward of Andover. Doting grandmother of Christine Stephenson, Sheila Waterhouse, Eric D. Creekmore, Shannon L. Metcalfe, Samantha, Scottie, Steven, Kody, Tommy and Amanda Dunnett and ten dear great-grandchildren. Also lovingly survived by her extended family, all the Cirone children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and their aunt Ann Mantini. A Funeral will be held from the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn on Saturday, October 8th at 8 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Charles Church, 280 Main Street, Woburn at 9. Interment in Calvary Cemetery, Winchester. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to call at the Funeral Home, Friday evening 4-8 p.m.


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  1. U will be sadly missed Lorraine. I’ve known since I was 15 and always looked up to u as a strong woman who gave great advice. I always had great respect for u. I loved u very much and will miss u alot. Rest in peace Lorraine.

  2. Aunt Lorraine, “Rainey”; “DoDo” (dough-dough) was like a second Mother to me. I will always remember her smile, laugh, and passion for everything life offered to her. She adored all of her babies, both human and animal. She will be by Albie’s side now and among some pretty special company. I will miss her terribly. RIP Auntie. I love you dearly.

    ♪So fill to me the parting glass
    And drink a health whate’er befalls
    Then gently rise and softly call
    “Good night and joy be to you all”♪

    JoAnne-ie and Tom

  3. Mark and Ellie Stephens
    Though I am sad to hear of Lorraine’s passing I am grateful to have had her as part of my life. Lorraine was more than just a great friend to me, at times she was like a surrogate mother. I know she would want me to celebrate her life more than morn her passing. Every Christmas when we put out the painted ceramics she gave me or Ellie makes Lorraine’s Italian Anise cookies we will think of her and smile. Thank you Lorraine for being part of my life. I will miss you forever but will always remember you with joy and love.

    Mark and Ellie

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