Margaret M. Atwood

1933 ∼ 2017

Margaret M. Atwood

Margaret M. “Marge” Atwood, 84, of Falmouth and formerly of New Britain CT, passed away on Sunday, July 30, 2017.  She was the beloved wife of Donald D. Atwood for 59 wonderful years.

Marge was wife, best friend and true love to her husband Don. Together they raised their children, travelled, and spent their lives teaching, learning and loving. She was an elementary and middle school teacher in Plymouth for many years. Lighting up the room with her unabashed sense of humor and infectious laughter, Marge lived life to the absolute fullest. Never turning down an opportunity to celebrate, she was the life of every party, the mother/grandmother you wish to have or hope to be. She loved her family and friends wholeheartedly and was loved as much in return. The world has lost an amazing and beautiful soul.

In addition to her husband, Marge is survived by her children, Kathleen Atwood, David Atwood, Ann Massi and her husband Lou, and Paul Atwood; grandchildren:  Richard Tuttle, Kim, Debbie and Shannon Atwood, David and his wife Valerie, Chris and Julia Massi, and Kevin Jorza; her great grandchildren:  Lexy Atwood, Christopher and Zachary Massi, Fallon, Sophie, Ella, Liam and Maddox Tuttle, and Trey and Braelynne White. She also leaves a sister, Jean Jordan of Foster City CA.

A Celebration of Life will be held from 2-5 PM on Sunday, August 13, 2017 at a family residence in East Falmouth. Please contact Ann for more information at 508-274-8528.

Margaret M. Atwood

1933 ∼ 2017

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