Obituary Condolences

McCue, Kimberly F. (Ryan)
Died of breast cancer on 10-1-12, aged 44. She leaves her husband, Edward J. McCue, children, Phillip M. & Cameron M. McCue of Albany, VT, stepson Chris McCue of Medford, stepdaughter Melissa McCue of Bolton, VT, her parents Richard M. & Ethel E. Ryan of Winchester, her brother Richard M. Ryan III of Charlestown, her sister Therese A. Ryan of Brighton, a large extended family, friends & colleagues. Born 9-29-68 in Chelsea, she grew up in Dorchester & Winchester, attended Milton Academy and graduated from Winchester High on 6-8-86. Kim worked for the City of Boston Park Dept. as a Mounted Park Ranger for several years, patrolling city parks, working with the homeless & interfacing with the Boston Police Dept. Continuing on to law enforcement, she became a Massachusetts State Trooper on 6-6-93, serving in Grafton & Medford barracks before being assigned to A Troop in Danvers, until her retirement on 2-8-01. Kim earned a BS in Law Enforcement on 10-15-98 and a Master of Science in Law Enforcement Administration on 5-22-99 from Western New England College, Springfield. In addition, Kim was active in her church, was a talented violinist, an excellent cook, an accomplished equestrian, a voracious reader, a proud Democrat and an avid gardener. She was involved in a variety of civic activities, including reading to the blind, supporting Autism Speaks and reaching out to those in need in her community. Her greatest love and accomplishment, however, was spending time with her children, family and friends. A private memorial will be held at her home in Vermont. For those in the Boston area, a Memorial Mass will be held for Kim Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 11AM, St. Mary's Church, 158 Washington St., Winchester, with a small gathering to follow the service. In lieu of flowers, you may contribute in Kim McCue's name to in Burlington, VT, 802-658-0649,, free lodging from the for those undergoing cancer treatment, where Kim stayed during her treatment.

Published in The Boston Globe on Oct. 21, 2012
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