Marc C. Lagace

June 6, 2020

Marc C. Lagace

Marc C. Lagace.-   of Woburn, June 6th, at fifty four years of age.  Beloved son of Robert L. and Seraphina A. (Jacome) Lagace.  Cherished brother of Pamela J. Lagace, of Natick.   Dear nephew of, Guy R. Lagace of Sarasota, FL,  Paulette A. and Dean Alles of Putnam, CT and Sarasota, FL, Louis P Lagace of Tiverton, RI and Sarasota, FL, and many loving cousins.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  There will be no visiting hours due to precautions surrounding COVID-19.   A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Eulalia Church, 50 Ridge St., Winchester, Saturday, July 11th at 11 a.m.  Internment is private.  Guests attending Marc’s Mass, will be invited by the Lagace family, as there is limited seating, due to the restrictions of the COVID-19.  All other guests may stream live, at 11 a.m.  at www.sainteulalia.org

Marc C. Lagace, passed into eternal life, peacefully, with a comforting smile, Saturday afternoon, June 6th, 2020, in the loving presence of his family.  It occurred at Care Dimension Hospice House in Lincoln, after a 3-year courageous battle with cancer, which included 6 months of Hospice assistance to him and his family at their home.  Marc was just fifty four years of age.

Born in Boston, Marc was raised and educated in Arlington,  and has lived in Woburn for over 27 years.  Marc graduated from Arlington High in 1984 and attended Wentworth Institute in Boston. In the mid-80’s he founded Lagace Landscaping Co, which he expanded into Lagace Asphalt Paving, Concrete, & Landscape Construction Co. Marc was a hard worker. He designed, installed and cared for the landscaping of our family property, featuring a variety of flowering and non-flowering bushes and plants, stones, trees and our beautiful lawn.  Marc also had a very soft and caring heart for pets and wildlife. One of Marc’s prized possessions was his Classic 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 automobile which he has owned since 1984. Marc will be sadly missed by his beloved family and friends.


He is survived by his parents, Robert L. and Seraphina (Sandy) A. Lagace, and family cat, Lucie of Woburn; his sister, Pamela J. Lagace of Natick, MA; his uncle, Guy R. Lagace of Sarasota, FL; his aunt and uncle Paulette A. and Dean Alles of Putnam, CT and Sarasota, FL; his uncle, Louis P Lagace of Tiverton, RI and Sarasota, FL; and many cousins.Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  There will be no visiting hours due to precautions surrounding COVID-19.   A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Eulalia Church, 50 Ridge St., Winchester, Saturday, July 11th at 11 a.m.  Internment is private.  Guests attending Marc’s Mass, will be invited by the Lagace family, as there is limited seating, due to the restrictions of the COVID-19.  All other guests may stream live, at 11 a.m.  at www.sainteulalia.org

 

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  There will be no visiting hours due to precautions surrounding COVID-19.   A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Eulalia Church, 50 Ridge St., Winchester, Saturday, July 11th at 11 a.m.  Internment is private.  Guests attending Marc’s Mass, will be invited by the Lagace family, as there is limited seating, due to the restrictions of the COVID-19.  All other guests may stream live, at 11 a.m.  at www.sainteulalia.org

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  1. John Saulnier

    Bob
    I send my sincere sympathies on your loss. It has been difficult times. I continue to pray for you and I know that Marc is in Heaven with God.

  2. Ingrid Norton

    Sandy, I want to thank you for your call after reading Kristen’s post on the obituary page. We have such both happy and sad memories of the years on Epping St. Much love to you, Bob, Pam and family. Please take care of yourself.

  3. Richard Falzone

    I am sorry that Marc is gone, but glad he is no longer suffering. He showed incredible tenacity and will for living during the years that I knew him. Wishing you peace and love.

  4. Dear Mr. & Mrs. Lagace, Pam and all those lives Marc touched throughout his life. . . my deepest and most sincere condolences. I am sure you are filled with tremendous grief, however I pray you will all find some peace in knowing he is no longer suffering, and is now the angel that watches over you. Look for the signs because they will be all around you once the fog lifts.

    During this time of quarantine, we have all be reflecting and reminiscing, looking through photos. Just last week we were talking about Marc. And how I was the annoying younger sibling that just wanted to hang out with the older kids on Epping. Like my sister Kristen, Laura C, the Gallagani’s etc.. . .Marc was always so kind to me, and if I recall he taught me how to roller skate. Since learning of his passing, I gave the news to the “kids” of Epping and we were all so saddened. The “Cauley” girls even said. . “wow! We were just talking about him last week” He left a memorable ‘Marc’ for us all.

    The last time I saw Marc was at St. Eulalia’s on a warm, sunny Sunday. . . several years ago. I will remember him fondly and certainly keep you all in my prayers.

    Much love, Karen Norton

  5. Paul M.McCarthy

    Dear Bob, Kathy and I are so sorry for your loss we have kept Marc and you
    both in our prayers these past few years as you all struggled with this terrible illness. We will continue to do so, your friends from Saint E’s

    Paul and Kathy McCarthy

  6. Seth Rosenberger

    I hope you find comfort during this loss, Bob and Seraphina. Praying for you

  7. Heather Jackson-Allia

    Dear Lagace Family,
    I am very sorry for your loss. I wanted to share my fond memory of Marc’s gentle nature and love for your family cat Mitsy (sp?). My dearest sympathies to you.
    Heather Jackson-Allia

  8. Kathleen J Gunter

    So sorry for your loss, sending prays for your Mom and Dad
    And your sister who has always been my best friend.
    Kathy Gunter

  9. Kristen (Norton) Newkirk

    Dear Mr. and Mrs. Lagace, I want to extend my deepest sympathies to you and Pam. I have many memories of growing up on Epping Street with Marc, attending Stratton School and St. Eulalia’s. I know what a talented landscaper he was from driving by your house on my way to my parents as an adult. I hope your strong faith and cherished memories will help to sustain you in this difficult time.

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