Marjorie E. (Turner) Kenney

February 2, 2017

Marjorie E. (Turner) Kenney

MARJORIE E. (TURNER) KENNEY – of Woburn, February 2nd, at fifty-six years of age. Loving daughter of the late Robert and Marjorie (Dickie) Turner. Devoted fiancé of Kevin Pierce of Woburn. Cherished mother of Aiden C. Pierce of Woburn and Michelle Davolio, her husband Ryan of Billerica. Beloved sister of Linda Lavacchia, her late husband James of Woburn, Denise Evans, her husband James of Woburn and the late Deborah Turner. Special grandmother to Jace and Ariana of Billerica. Caring aunt to Paul and Kelly McElhinney, Jimmy, Derek and Justin Evans all of Woburn. A Funeral will be held from the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, MA on Friday, February 10th at 9 followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Anthony’s Church, 851 Main Street, Woburn, at 10. Interment in Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to calling hours on Thursday evening 3-7p.m. At the families request remembrances may be made in Marjorie’s honor to the www.gofundme.com/marjoriekenney

OBITUARY:

Marjorie Ellen (Turner) Kenney passed away on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017. The beloved daughter of the late Robert and Marjorie (Dickie) Turner, she was 56 years of age.

Born, raised and a lifelong resident of Woburn, Marjorie was one of four girls brought into the Turner family. She attended Woburn Public Schools , graduating with the Class of 1979.

When she was in her early 20’s, Marjorie began working in accounts payable for numerous companies for many years, until she retired from her career in 1996. After her retirement, she began a new position at Winchester Hospital as a switchboard operator, retiring from Winchester Hospital in 2004.

Being a lifelong resident of Woburn, Marjorie was very much comfortable with staying close by and traveling locally. She along with her family would travel to the White Mountains which was her favorite place to visit. While in New Hampshire, she loved going out to eat at different restaurants and bringing the kids to all the different amusements parks. She was a great admirer of photography and would take plenty of pictures while up north.

Marjorie was very much multi talented. She had a beautiful singing voice and would serenade her friends and family at parties. She absolutely loved listening to music and her favorite singers were Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross and Whitney Houston. Cooking was a specialty of hers. Her meatballs with raisins were her signature dish and a hit! She enjoyed spending time by the water, by the beach and/or poolside. She loved drawing and wood burning. In addition, she loved making conversations and talking on the phone.

Marjorie will always be remembered as being an outgoing and caring person who loved and adored her family and friends. A hardworking person who enjoyed giving to those in need.

Sadly, in addition to her mother and father, Marjorie is predeceased by her sister Deborah Turner and her brother-in-law James Lavacchia.

Marjorie is lovingly survived by her devoted fiancé Kevin Pierce of Woburn. Cherished mother of Aiden C. Pierce of Woburn and Michelle Davolio, her husband Ryan of Billerica. Beloved sister of Linda Lavacchia, Denise Evans, her husband James of Woburn. Special grandmother to Jace and Ariana of Billerica. Caring aunt of Paul and Kelly McElhinney, Jimmy, Derek and Justin Evans all of Woburn. A Funeral will be held from the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, MA on Friday, February 10th at 9 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Anthony’s Church, 851 Main Street, Woburn, at 10. Interment in Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to calling hours on Thursday evening 3-7p.m. Please at the family’s request remembrances may be made in Marjorie’s honor to the www.gofundme.com/marjoriekenney.

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  1. Michelle and Family, So sorry to hear (years later)of Marge’s passing. We worked together for many years. Marge was a very bright, intelligent and talented associate. More importantly, she possessed that rare combination of a beautiful smile and matching personality, that brightened everyday. A loving Mom, Daughter, and Sister-she loved her family more than anything. She was that ray of sunshine that now shines on us from Heaven. God love her and your family🙏🍀

  2. To all of Margie’s family. I am so sorry for your loss and also the timing of the snow. I hope you know how much I wanted to be at the wake but couldn’t make it. I tried my hardest to get there this am to say goodbye. I was able to get to the church and say my goodbyes. You will be missed by all of those who knew you. Love you always Marie

  3. Michelle and family, I am so sorry about your mom. She was a good person and fun to be with. Your in my thoughts and prayers. Moe

  4. Michelle, you asked through gofundme if I went to school with your mom. I did go to school with your mom, class of 1979. We have a facebook page for our class and it was posted there about your mom’s passing.

  5. I am so sad to hear of Marjorie’s passing. Rest in
    Peace. We worked together for many years at
    Winchester Hospital. Such a great person and
    friend. You will be missed. This is truly so sad to me.

  6. I was so saddened to hear of Marge’s passing. She was such a bright spot and was always such a positive person. We worked together at Winchester Hospital on the evening shift for several years and I will remember her with a special fondness. She often spoke of how much her children meant to her and how proud she was of them both.

    My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. May your memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.

  7. I love you Sis, and will never forget you. I’ll keep you in my heart forever til we meet again. 💗

    Love,
    Denise

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