Cynthia C. MacDonald

1958 ∼ 2021

Cynthia C. MacDonald

Cynthia C. MacDonald, 62, of East Falmouth died February 5 at Boston Medical Center after a brief hospitalization. She was the loving wife of the late Richard F. MacDonald Jr. for 20 years until his passing in August 2019.

Born in Dorchester Ma, she grew up in Mansfield before relocating to Cape Cod in 1980. She worked to raise her two daughters as a single mother until she married in 1999.

Cynthia spent 25 years as an employee of the Marine Biological Laboratories, where she made several long-lasting friendships. She also enjoyed spending time with her husband boating and fishing and hosting holiday dinners.

She is survived by her daughters Tanya Huber and Kimberly Jordan, son-in-law Mark Jordan and her three grandchildren: Rileigh, Gus, and Layla. Additionally, her three brothers; George Monaco and his wife Barbara, Greg Monaco and Richard Monaco and his wife Muriel, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents, Gerald and Doris Monaco, and her three sisters: Cheryl, Denise, and Jacqueline.

A funeral service will be held at 11 AM, on February 19th at Chapman Cole & Gleason, 475 Main St. Falmouth Ma. Private burial to follow at a future date. 


Friday, November 19, 2021 | 11:00 AM

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Cynthia C. MacDonald

1958 ∼ 2021

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