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Barbara O'Neill

March 22, 1941 - December 19, 2021

Burial Date December 28, 2021

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George keaney

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December 24, 2021

I will miss you very much. Always extra special when I would visit aunt Mary and you were there. Georgie how are you how's the coast guard and always a big hug. rest in peace thank you jack for making my cousin so happy all these years.

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Kathy Curtin

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December 23, 2021

You always picture Pie with a smile on her face. Had so much fun in her life and enjoyed it. You will be missed Pie! Prayers for Jack and her family. Kathy and Rick

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Catherine Clancy

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December 23, 2021

I don’t even know where to start. You were such an important part of my life. It was your home where I could meet my dad after I moved out. I lived with you while saving for my wedding enjoying our conversations, and your kids. You are going to be sorely missed by me and so many. Watch over all of us just like you did in life. And will you hug the hell out of my Dad for me and Aunty Mary. Till we meet again I love you. Your kids were blessed to call you mom. And we will all look out for Jack. xoxo

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Rosemary Kellt-Sheehan

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December 23, 2021

You were call Pie McKenzie when we met on Newport Ave Dorchester. You were a feisty teen then. We share a great friend ship. We growing up our lives went in separate ways. One Christmas Eve I went to my friends house and in you walked married to my friend Jack. Rest In Peace my friend💖

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Donna Connor

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December 23, 2021

To my Sisters & Brothers, My Heart is with each of you. I Love you all deeply and dearly. To my (step) Father, Jack, my Heart is with you. I am so very sorry Jack. To my Mother, I expected you to live to 100. Thank you for showing me how to be a strong person. For your words of wisdom, which I followed and have never forgotten. You showed me how to be an independent, strong, person, which was so important in raising my girls. Your work ethics I loved and so followed. Teaching me so much early on during my youth which I brought into my adulthood. Your Irish wit humor and laugh will never be forgotten. Along with the time you flew to the front screen door and knocked that man right down the stairs. Backwards he went almost losing his balsnce. Right before my eyes!! You Definitely rocked! I Love you Ma 💚❤

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