Winifred A. Keefe

York, Maine

1938 - 2019




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formerly of Lowell, MAWinifred A. "Winnie" Keefe received an invitation to take her heavenly journey, which she accepted on November 10, 2019. In order to receive the invitation, she had to live a life – and live, she did! She was born in Lowell, MA on February 19, 1938 to parents Michael and...

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Bob and Family: So sorry to hear about the passing of your wife, Winnie. You're in our thoughts and prayers.

To Bob & Family: We're so sorry about the passing of our Special Friend, Winnie! Over the years we have many wonderful memories of our times together. A donation has been sent to York Senior Center and St. Jude's Hospital in Winnie's memory.

Deepest sympathies Uncle Bob- love to you all

Margaret (Kavanagh) Beauchamp

So sorry to hear of Winnie's passing.. She was a special lady. Enjoyed many special times with her in the past. Condolences to her family.

Carol and Frank Heller

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

To Bob and family:

Deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved Winnie. Although a difficult time for you, I cannot help but recall the years of growing up with the Keefes on Cross St. in Lowell. May God comfort and bless you.

Jim Lolos

To the Mosscrop and Keefe Families: Our sincere condolences to you all. Winnie was a great lady and a wonderful friend. She will surely be missed.

Dear Crusher, children, and extended family. So very sad to hear about Winnie's passing. I was telling Cindy Keefe how I loved going to York and spending the day with Winnie, Crusher, Cindy, Connie and Mrs. Boland. We always had the best lobster dinners while Mrs. Boland played the piano, and oh, so many laughs. So many beautiful memories. Also spent the weekend with Cindy and Beth and our children in their beautiful York home. I will always remember the comforting words and the book that...

Dear Bob and family. My condolences on your loss of Winnie. She was a lovely and classy lady.
Mary Ann Richards