Cecilia M. McNulty
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Cecilia M. McNulty of Pepperell, worked at Harvard museum; 74 PEPPERELL Cecilia M. McNulty, of Pepperell, died September 27,2008, at her son's home in Groton, after a long illness. She was born in Chicago, Illinois, June 20, 1934, the only child of the late Edward H. and Cecilia (McNamara) Murphy. She spent her early life in Chicago where she attended Our Lady of Peace Grammar School and was a graduate of South Shore High School. She also attended DePaul University. In her earlier years, she had been employed at the 1st National Bank of Chicago a dental hygienist in Alabama, Red Lobster Restaurants in Alabama, Arizona and Massachusetts, and most recently at the Fruitlands Museum in Harvard as a Tour Guide. She had also lived in Mississippi, Alabama, Wisconsin, and Germany, and enjoyed her travels to Ireland, New York City, and Washington, D.C. A resident of Pepperell for several years she had been a Parishioner of St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Nashua, N.H. Besides traveling, she enjoyed reading, visiting museums, following football & baseball. Playing Trivial Pursuit and Rummikub, and being involved with her grandchildren and their activities. She is survived by her two sons, Patrick William McNulty and his wife, Wendy (Holdorf) McNulty of Madison, Mississippi, and Michael Edward McNulty and his wife, Beth (Campano) McNulty of Groton, MA; three grandchildren, Andrew Joseph McNulty of Madison, Molly Katherine McNulty and Abigail Katylyn McNulty, both of Groton, MA. Also survived by a cousin, James McNamara of Mokena, IL; sisters-in-law, Maureen O'Donnell of Rye, NY, and Rae O'Connor of Lansdowne, VA. McNULTY of Pepperell, September 27, 2008 Cecilia M. McNulty. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday 9 A.M. at St. Joseph the Worker Parish, 777 West Hollis St., Nashua, N.H. Visiting hrs. Tues. 5-8 P.M. at the Badger Funeral Home, 45 School St., Groton, MA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Nashoba Nursing Service and Hospice 2 Shaker Rd. Suite D 225, Shirley, MA. 01464. Please see www.badgerfuneral.com


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Published in Lowell Sun on Sep. 29, 2008.
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October 2, 2008
Ceil was an amazing woman who cherished her family. I'll always remember her wonderful sense of humor and her infectious laugh! I feel very blessed to have known her for many years. She'll be missed by all who've known her. Much love!
David DeGuire
October 1, 2008
Mrs. McNulty was a wonderful person. Her wit, charm and genuine interest in the lives of her sons were a wondrous thing. Time spent hanging out with Mike and his family at their house in Homewood was a gift I'll always cherish. Heaven just became a little brighter!
Rick Dowling
October 1, 2008
Our thoughts, prayers and love are with Ceil's family. She was a wonderful person and will greatly missed.
Pam and Kristen Vacketta
October 1, 2008
R.I.P Abigail McNulty
mark b
September 30, 2008
To Cecilla's Family and Loved ones, our heart goes out to all of you during this very difficult time. Please know we are praying for peace and send our love to all. Ceil will be greatly missed.
Bob Boyte and Family
Bob Boyte
September 30, 2008
I worked with Ceil at Red Lobster in Birmingham for many years.We had many good times together. I will miss her dearly. She was a great lady and a great friend. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. She will be missed by all who knew her and loved her. Pat and Mike if there is anything that I can do down here just let me know.
Leanna Mathews
September 29, 2008
Ceil was cherished by her family. She will be missed. My thoughts, prayers and love to the family.
Tara Booth
September 29, 2008
As the mother of Patrick McNulty's wife, Wendy, I can attest to Ceil McNulty's great qualities as a loving mother and grandmother. We share a grandson, Andrew (Andy) McNulty who worshipped his "Grandma". She had the quickest wit and best memory of anyone I have ever known. Extremely intelligent, vibrant, loved people and visiting different places. Memories of Ceil will be cherished for her wonderful personality and positive spirit. She will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to know her.
Millie DeGuire
September 29, 2008
A wonderful person whom we were blessed to know.
She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
Jim and Ruby Booth
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