Mary C. “Ginka” (Caiado) Morris 

April 2, 2021

Mary C. “Ginka” (Caiado) Morris 
Mary C. “Ginka” (Caiado) Morris – of Methuen, formerly of Woburn, March 28, 2021. Beloved wife of the late Stewart H. Morris, she was ninety-six years of age. Devoted mother of the late Donna M. Milano. Cherished grandmother of Michael Milano, his longtime companion, Maritza Davila of Dracut, Christine Locke of AZ and Danielle Milano of Lowell. Adored great-grandmother of Ariana, Jonathan, Alexia, Christopher, Joshua, Jarod, Ayden, Xavier, Anthony and the late Michael. Dear sister of Joseph Caiado of Hudson, NH and the late Gilda Morico,  Isabel Novello, Emanuel Caiado and Arthur Caiado  as well as survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to briefly pay their respects from 8:45 – 9:45 a.m. on Thursday, April 8th, in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn, followed by her Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Charles Church, 280 Main St., Woburn.  Interment in Foxhill Cemetery, Billerica. All attending are asked to enter through the front door of the Funeral Home and exit through the back door. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing.  

Mary C. (Caiado) Morris – of Methuen, formerly of Woburn, died peacefully March 28, 2021, at the age of ninety-six. She was the beloved wife of the late Stewart H. Morris.

 

Born and raised in Woburn, Mary was the beloved daughter of the late Arthur and Celeste (Martins) Caiado. She was educated in Woburn and a graduate of Woburn High School.

 

Mary was a strong faith-filled woman. She loved being surrounded by her family and especially enjoyed hosting holiday gatherings. Besides her family, Bingo was another major part of Mary’s life; it’s where many memories and strong friendships were made. 

 

Mary had a vibrant personality and became friends with everyone she met. She will be deeply missed but never forgotten!

 

Beloved wife of the late Stewart H. Morris, she was ninety-six years of age. Devoted mother of the late Donna M. Milano. Cherished grandmother of Michael Milano, his longtime companion, Maritza Davila of Dracut, Christine Locke of AZ and Danielle Milano of Lowell. Adored great-grandmother of Ariana, Jonathan, Alexia, Christopher, Joshua, Jarod, Ayden, Xavier, Anthony and the late Michael. Dear sister of Joseph Caiado of Hudson, NH and the late Gilda Morico,  Isabel Novello, Emanuel Caiado and Arthur Caiado  as well as survived by many nieces and nephews. 

Relatives and friends are invited to briefly pay their respects from 8:45 – 9:45 a.m. on Thursday, April 8th, in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn, followed by her Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Charles Church, 280 Main St., Woburn.  Interment in Foxhill Cemetery, Billerica. All attending are asked to enter through the front door of the Funeral Home and exit through the back door. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing.  

Relatives and friends are invited to briefly pay their respects from 8:45 – 9:45 a.m. on Thursday, April 8th, in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn, followed by her Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Charles Church, 280 Main St., Woburn. Interment in Foxhill Cemetery, Billerica. All attending are asked to enter through the front door of the Funeral Home and exit through the back door. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing.  

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  1. Ginka, I was so sorry to hear of your passing, always enjoyed the time I got to be around you. You will be missed by all who loved you.

  2. Danielle Milano

    Ginka- I’m at a loss of words my and my heart is broken but I know that you are with my mom and grampy making your fish cakes and baked Mac n cheese for them. The boys and I will miss you more then you will ever know but I am grateful for the time they got to spend with you. You are forever in my thoughts and I love you always.

  3. Ginka…the name I gave you when I was a little girl. I refused to call you grandma but insisted on Ginka. Instead of forcing me to call you grandma you embraced the word. So much in fact that everyone in the family that was close to you knows and calls you Ginka. It’s a one of a kind name for a one of a kind woman. I love you and you will forever be missed but always alive and remembered in my memories. ❤️

  4. Mike and Maritza I am so sorry for your loss. Nothing I say can ease the pain of losing a loved one. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Sending you hugs.

  5. Michael Milano

    Ginka – My heart is broken. The thoughts of you meeting up with all who we have lost keeps me going. I know you are the life of the party and you are telling everyone about Maritza, my kids and, the fun we had. We miss, love you and, wish we could of all had just one more hug.

  6. You were a part of my life for over 50 years. Later I was blessed to become a part of your family. So many fond memories with you and Stew over the years. Rest In Peace Ginka.

  7. Auntie Mae, One of my fondest memories as a kid was Christmas at your house in Woburn! The Christmas Village Uncle Stewie built and added to every year was the most magical thing I had ever seen! And all the sweet macaroni one could eat! Im lick’n my chops thinking about it! I love and miss you already Auntie Love, Kim

  8. Brenda Crocker

    Ginka- You were loved to the moon and back and will be missed as much! I hope you have met up with everyone you have been missing and enjoy some BINGO! You will always be in our hearts…….Love Brenda

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