Elizabeth Benedict

Passed 11/06/2021

Elizabeth Benedict

Passed 11/06/2021


Obituary For Elizabeth Benedict

Elizabeth Benedict grew up in the town of Norwell where she was born to Parents Lloyd & Martha Farrar. She Graduated from Norwell High. She went to Work at the early age of 16 and worked right up till a few short months ago at the age of 80.

She Married her Husband The Late Charles R. Benedict and was married for 52 years before Charles passed.
Elizabeth is survived by her Children Kathleen Benedict of Marshfield Charles R. Benedict (deceased) Edwin Benedict of Taunton and James R. Benedict of Plymouth.
She is also survied by her Brother Lloyd Farrar of Rockland Sister Mary Dunn of Carver Brother George of Carver and her Late Brother Gerald Farrar. Elizabeth had 7 Grandchildren & Great Grandchildren

Elizabeth was an avid Knitter & Crochet made many blankets - sweaters - Baby Outfits for her Family and her Friends. She even made stuff for the Customers that came in Cumberland Farms where she worked for over 20 years. She even made a 5 piece Christening Outfit and entered it at the Marshfield Fair one year and won First Place along with a Blue Ribbon.

In lieu of Flowers The Family is asking you to make a Donation in Elizabeth's name to the Shriner’s Burn Institue Hospital in Boston. This was Elizabeth's favorite Charity as it has helped her Family in the past

Elizabeth’s family invites friends and loved ones to celebrate her life in the Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home on Thursday November 11, 2021 from 4-7 PM. A funeral home service will be held on Friday at 10:30 AM. Burial will follow in the Holy Family Cemetery in Rockland

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  • I was so sorry to hear about Elizabeth's passing. I had the pleasure of getting together with her and several other cousins for lunches and enjoyed talking with her. She was always so nice. I also have wonderful memories from my childhood. She will really be missed.

  • Elizabeth was a very kind and welcoming woman! We truly enjoyed her company and will miss her holiday sprit! From the Christmas "pickle" tradition and Thanksgiving dinners, she was always in great spirits! Truly a loss of a great woman. God bless Sincerely Silva family

  • Dear Kathy, boys and Mary, We are deeply sorry for your loss. Elizabeth was a wonderful person and I know you will miss her greatly. Now she will be reunited with your Dad and brother. I loved her very much and will keep you all in my prayers. Love, Jill & Steve

  • I am so sorry for your loss. Her passing will be felt by many. There was not a day when Liz came to work that she did not have something for someone. She was always making banana bread for the people at work, or some other goodies that we all loved. She had a big heart and did things for everyone. Even the customers loved her. They would always chat with her about the next thing she was making or crocheting. They would bring there's in she would bring her's in and we would all see the beautiful things she made. She always put her heart into everything she made and it showed and it was felt. She will be missed greatly.

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