Brenda M. Wormald
FUNERAL HOME
McDonald Keohane Funeral Home - South
809 Main Street
South Weymouth, MA 02190
Brenda M. (DeGazio) Wormald of Halifax, died February 23, 2015. Brenda worked as a mail clerk for 25 years for the U.S. Postal Service. She was a member of the Red Hat Society. Brenda always loved being with her family and spending time with her loving grandchildren. She will be sorely missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing her. She was the beloved wife of the late Kenneth Wormald; loving mother of Edgar Wormald and his wife Melanie of Stoughton, Cynthia Wormald of Kingston, Matthew Wormald and his wife Julie of Halifax and Pamela Whiting and her husband Tim of Plymouth; loving sister of Audrey Vacca of Brockton, James DeGazio of Dover, N.H., Darlene Carlisle of Weymouth and the late Katherine Nicolar. Also survived by 10 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the visiting hours Thursday from 3-7 p.m. in the McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, at 809 Main Street (Rte. 18 opp. So. Shore Hospital), South Weymouth. Funeral services will be celebrated on Friday at 10:30 a.m. in McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, South Weymouth. Burial will follow in Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth, Team: Friends for a Cure, 60 S. Meadow Road, Plymouth, MA 02360. See www.Keohane.com for directions and online condolences or call 781-335-0045.

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Published by The Enterprise on Feb. 25, 2015.
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With sympathy to all her family and friends at this time of great loss.
Emily Elmore
February 28, 2015
We will miss you so much, 30 something years of extended family fun affairs, that you made so extra special. Thank you for being in my life and my extended family. All my love. Give Kenny a kiss for me.
Lorraine Empey
February 26, 2015
I didn't know Brenda personally, but I know who she is, thanks his grandson Kenny... In these difficult times, I wanted to give my support to her family and friends. With all my respect, my condolences.
L. Piseri
February 26, 2015
You were such a wonderful giving and caring person. I know you are with Kenny . Even though we can no longer be with you I know we will see you again.
A truly unforgettable person.
I love you
DIANA Latimer
February 25, 2015
My sympathy goes out to Brenda's family. She and Kenny will both be sadly missed now, by all their friends, especially those of us who knew these wonderful people thru our mutual work at the Post Office, and in retirement.
Rick White
February 25, 2015
In 1956 my parents moved from Canada to Weymouth with four children for a better life. Luckily renting a house at 62 Lakecrest Path right next door to the Degazio family.Brenda was our babysitter..big sister and forever friend. We watched her romance to Kenny blossom. We always knew she would marry him and have children. She had so much love to share. We were lucky again later in life to have them spend a month with us in Ocala. They always closed the day with a hug and an "I love you". She lived by example.Her voice was comfort to my heart. For as long as I live ..I will miss her and Kenny. They are together forever now. We send deepest sympathy to everyone.
Donna & Ken Bailey
Ocala,Florida
Donna Bailey
February 25, 2015
Words cannot express the sorrow I feel for losing such a Wonderful Mom, Sister and Friend. I will be soever grateful to her for many things... especially her sharing her family with me. The memories I have of her will keep her close to my heart. She was an Angel, very giving of herself, her time and her Love.
To Ed, Cindi, Matt, Pam and families I'm so sorry for the your loss of your Mom. The huge void is from the great impact she has made in many peoples lives, including her children. She was the glue that held so many things together. I hope you all find some comfort knowing she had touched so many lives. Her Genuineness, her Laughter, her Silliness, her Kindness and her unconditional Love is what made her an Angel.
With a heavy-heart I am unable to be there with all of you during this difficult time. She will be terrible missed at her winter escape place here with me... but she is now back with her true Love and now at peace. I'm sending my prayers and deepest sympathy up to all of you.
With much Love, Alisa
Alisa McDonough
February 25, 2015
Words cannot express the sorrow I feel for losing such a Wonderful Mom, Sister and Friend. I will be soever grateful to her for many things... especially her sharing her family with me. The memories I have of her will keep her close to my heart. She was an Angel, very giving of herself, her time and her Love.
To Ed, Cindi, Matt, Pam and families I'm so sorry for the your loss of your Mom. The huge void is from the great impact she has made in many peoples lives, including her children. She was the glue that held so many things together. I hope you all find some comfort knowing she had touched so many lives. Her Genuineness, her Laughter, her Silliness, her Kindness and her unconditional Love is what made her an Angel.
With a heavy-heart I am unable to be there with all of you during this difficult time. She will be terrible missed at her winter escape place here with me... but she is now back with her true Love and now at peace. I'm sending my prayers and deepest sympathy up to all of you.
With much Love, Alisa
Alisa McDonough
February 25, 2015