Marilyn A. McCarthy
1934 ∼ 2020
Christine Drew of Mashpee, MA wrote:
My sincerest condolences to all the family. A very special hug to Kelle and her sons. Kelle spoke often of her mother and it was clear to me that Marilyn was a person with a big heart and personality. To all the daughters - your mother must have been very proud of the wonderful care and thought that was provided in taking care of her. You all clearly looked out for your mother as she did in loving all of you. God Bless you all and now your beautiful mother may rest in peace. Love, Christine
Sheila and John O’Toole of Harwich Ma wrote:
Sorry for your loss, we will miss her gracious nature and quick smile.
Susan Anderson of Plymouth, MA wrote:
I will certainly miss Marilyn/Mimi. I had the pleasure of spending many fun filled nights with her and the girls. I can still hear her laugh as we had many. I was blessed to talk to her a month ago by FaceTime. Although she was very weak she still managed to give me a beautiful smile. We shall meet again sometime on the other side. Miss you.
Julie Falco wrote:
Marilyn is pure love and kindness. A special person in my heart forevermore. Marilyn adores her family and is so very proud of each and every one of you. Sending my deepest condolences and special prayers that you keep peace and always trust in eternal and everlasting life.
Jan Hemeon and George Abbott of Barnstable wrote:
Patricia, Pamela, Kelle and Robin, We were so very sorry to learn of your mother’s recent death. As you all know, better than most, she was a very special person...warm, loving, sweet, and loyal. Our “Mal” was one of our best employees, and a dear friend, during the 30 years we were in business. It was evident how much she adored all of you! Hopefully her faith, and yours, has made her passing mean more than just loss and sorrow, and will help ease your pain during the rest of your lives. Please know she and you are in our thoughts during this very sad time.
Amy Carey of Plymouth , MA wrote:
Condolences to Marilyns family. Thinking of you all during the loss of your mom. May God wrap his arms around you all.
Ruth Driscoll of Yarmouth, MA wrote:
So sorry to hear this sad news. Marilyn was a member of our “Lunch Bunch” and will be sincerely missed.
Gayle Horne of West Yarmouth wrote:
My sympathy with Marilyn’s daughters but Robin you’re the one that I know and I wouldn’t know your address to send you a card so I thought I would send you my wishes. I ran into your mother once in a while at Star Market ,always good to see her and say hello. Beautiful picture of her in the paper, it’s always hard to lose your mom, my sympathy to you Robin and to your family.