Janice M. McWeeny
1947 ∼ 2020
Loretta Gilfoy of East Falmouth wrote:
Oh Janice...you were one tough cookie....Loved your spirit, loved your humor, loved your kindness and I loved you. Sleep peacefully
Nancy Fennessey of Plymouth, Minnesota wrote:
I am sad that she has gone but I know she is in a better place. We Volunteered together at the Mass. State Archives and became friends. I will miss her. R.I.P. Janice.
Chris Haraden of Hanover, MA wrote:
Mrs. McWeeny was such a great lady! I have many fond memories of her as the librarian at Hull's Damon School and high school. She took her job seriously, and introduced so many of us to the value of finding information and how to conduct research. She didn't have much patience for students who didn't share her love of the library, but many of us got to see her tremendous sense of humor. Her adventures after retirement sound like she enjoyed life to the fullest!
Carl of Falmouth Ma wrote:
My thoughts and prayers are with you George. She was a sweet sweet person. All our love Carl
Mandy Wallace of Woburn, MA wrote:
My thoughts and prayers are with you George. So sorry for your loss. Love, Mandy
Bobby & Margaret Connelly of Medfield wrote:
George, I am so sorry to hear of Janice's passing. I can remember Janice being part of the Connelly family's life since I was seven years old riding in the way back behind the rear seat of the Driscoll's Volkswagen Beatle with her sister Susan. Janice was a great friend to my sister Jeanne, a huge benefactor to her son Billy and the real reason why my entire family now knows our heritage and our ancestry. Thank you for sharing her with us, we will truly miss her, she was one of a kind. Slán agus beannacht leat
Arthur Campagna of Mashpee Ma wrote:
George and Sue my sincere condolences, may Janice, Rest In Peace.
Brian McNamara wrote:
Sorry for your loss George--Cherish all the great memories with your sister. God Bless
Mary Erickson of Norfolk ma wrote:
I first met Janice when I was in junior high in Milton. I didn’t see her often through the years but I always had very fond feelings for her through the stories that my sister Jeanne often shared. I particularly enjoyed the ancestry information that she spent many hours researching and shared with my family. She has been in my thoughts and prayers these past few years and will continue to be so.