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.


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Published in Hartford Courant on Nov. 4, 2007.
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December 14, 2007
Kathy & Peg,
I was browsing this for another reason and became saddened when I read about your Mom. May you somehow have a Blessed Christmas.
Tim Nugent
November 6, 2007
Uncle Jack, I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could have been there to support you and the kids the way that you were there for all of us. I know how hard it is to lose a spouse and how difficult it is to continue after such a loss. I will be praying for you and the your family. If there is ever anything we can do for y'all just let us know.
Kenny
Ken Coughlin
November 6, 2007
Uncle Jack,
My heart is very heavy this morning, I know that you are all at the church right now and I cannot be there. You are with me in my thoughts and I know Aunt Peggy has many loved ones that welcomed her over. I know the sadness and loss for you and the family. When you think back to all the wonderful memories that you have shared and the happiness you have brought to each other, I hope that gives you something to hold on to when you feel lost, missing her. I love you guys and I am so sorry for your loss and I wish I could be there to give you support. Evie
Evelyn Coughlin
November 5, 2007
Tom I am so sorry for your loss, you and Sandy are in my prayers. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help.
Blessings
Wayne
Wayne Luman
November 5, 2007
So Sorry about your loss. I know you will all miss Peg very much. Your love for each other will always live on. Love to you both, Alice and Lori Krohner
Alice and Lori Krohner
November 5, 2007
There is no cure for birth and death save to enjoy the interval.

A FRIEND
November 4, 2007
Mr. Scully, my sister Dottie Viccaro and I are so sad over your wife's passing. We have shared many memories as a family (at Sandy & Tom's home) through the years. We are blessed with the special memories, and thank God for them. If there is anything we can do to comfort you and your family, please let us know.
With prayers, Carleen Zembko & Dottie Viccaro
Carleen Zembko
November 4, 2007
Tom and Sandy:

So sorry to hear about your loss. Our hearts go out to you and your family. The loss of a loved one so close is hard to bear. You are in our thoughts and prayers today tomorrow and forever. Hugs and Prayers
Karen Joe and Ryan Gilgallon
November 4, 2007
Uncle Jack,
I am so sorry about your loss. There is nothing anyone can say to make it easier. Just know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Love Always,
Colleen
Colleen Campbell
November 4, 2007
There is no cure for birth and death save to enjoy the interval.
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MOL & ARL
November 4, 2007
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help at this time.
arleen feeley
November 4, 2007
Peggy and Don:

So sorry to learn of your mom's passing. Be well!
Jim Pasqurell
November 4, 2007
Uncle Jack,
there are no words to say right now that will make the loss you feel any easier, I will say you were a lucky man , you and Aunt Peg seemed to complete each other and that is rare to find at any point in your life. John , Tom , Peg and Kathy- I can only say I feel your loss too , I send you hugs and prayers and say only that the good memories are something to treasure and I know you have many. we all knew Aunt peg treasured her family, you were a blessed family. I pray you will all find strength to get through this difficult time and my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

love, Bonnie
Bonnie Campbell
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