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Margaret Elizabeth (Lyman) Scully

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SCULLY, Margaret Elizabeth (Lyman) Margaret Elizabeth (Lyman) Scully, 87, of Newington, beloved wife of John Joseph Scully entered eternal rest on Friday (November 2, 2007) at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Margaret was born in Meriden, daughter of the late George and Rachael (McAllister) Lyman; she lived in Newington for many years. Prior to her retirement, Margaret was employed for many years with the Newington Board of Education. Peg will be lovingly remembered by her husband Jack, and her children, Margaret Brutnell and her husband Donald of Marlborough, John F. Scully and his wife Debbie of Palm Harbor, FL, Kathleen Scully of Meriden, and Thomas Scully and his wife Sandy of Meriden; grandchildren, Patrick Scully and his wife Karen, Kate Scully Stone and her husband Ryan, Jennifer Kelly, Elizabeth Mahon and her husband Joseph, Michael Scully, Neil Schelly and his wife Jennifer, Thomas Scully Jr., and Susie Scully; great grandchildren, Winter and Keir Mahon, Alexis Scully, and Patrick Finnegan Scully; sister Arline Lyman of Wethersfield; sister and brother-in-law, Marion and Edward Sullivan of Wethersfield; brother and sister-in-law, Edward and Anne Lyman of Newington; sisters-in-law, Mary Lyman of Old Saybrook and Dolores Scully of Vernon; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a brother George Lyman. The funeral will be held Tuesday, November 6 with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. directly in The Church of the Holy Spirit, 183 Church Street, Newington. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Memorial Park, 580 Elm Street, Rocky Hill. Margaret's family will receive relatives and friends at The Farley-Sullivan Funeral Home, 34 Beaver Road, Wethersfield, Monday, November 5, from 4-7 p.m.

Published in The Hartford Courant on Nov. 4, 2007
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