Virginia Meaney

October 12, 2020

Virginia Meaney

Virginia Meaney – of Woburn, peacefully, October 12th at the age of ninety-three. Beloved daughter of the late Frank and Marion (Mealey) Meaney. Dear sister of Richard, his wife Elaine of MI, Stephen , his wife Jessica of FL and the late Francis and Paul Meaney, Marilyn Cronin, and Sally Meaney. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. At the families request, there are no calling hours. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass at St. Margaret’s Church, 111 Winn St, Burlington, MA  on Saturday, December 12th at 10 a.m. with burial to follow in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Burlington. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing. Arrangements are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn, MA

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass at St. Margaret’s Church, 111 Winn St, Burlington, MA  on Saturday, December 12th at 10 a.m. with burial to follow in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Burlington. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing. Arrangements are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn, MA

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  1. Mary Ellen Doherty

    To the Meaney family. I wish to express my deepest condolences on Ginney’s passing. Ginney was a good friend to my mom Tootsie and my aunt Eleanor Scire, and our family. They shared many Tuesday nights playing Bingo at St. Charles.
    Ginney was a kind and thoughtful person. May she rest in the sweetest of peace.

  2. I would like to share my condolences on Ginney’s passing. My mother Mickey and I loved her. She was such a lovely person with a kind heart and good sense of humor. I remember her and Chickey fondly. May she Rest In Peace.
    Lisa (Essigmann) Martin

  3. To the Meaney family. I am so sorry for the passing of Ginney. She was such a fine lady and friend. I met Ginney and Chicky 9 years ago when I moved in to 59 Campbell Street and we have been friends since then. I found it ironic because I had an Aunt Ginny and Uncle Chicky. We grew more friendly as the years went by and I will always cherish that friendship. While she was at 59 Campbell Street we would talk every day and while at the nursing home we would talk at least once a week. Ginney was such a generous and loving person. Without fail, every Wednesday she would have Tracy bring me my favorite pumpkin muffin from the Gingerbread House. We both would watch The Bachelor and Dancing with the Stars and call each other and talk about what we liked and didn’t like about each episode. There are so many memories I will find comfort in and cherish. She was such a good friend and will be deeply missed. Rest in peach my good friend.

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