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Margaret Holmes

09/22/1956 - 09/02/2021

Margaret Holmes

09/22/1956 - 09/02/2021

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Obituary For Margaret Holmes

It’s with great sadness her family announces the passing of Margaret Holmes on September 2, 2021. She will be missed immensely.

Margaret is the daughter of late Robert It’s with great sadness her family announces the passing of Margaret Holmes on September 2, 2021. She will be missed immensely.
Margaret was the daughter of the late Robert Holmes Jr and Valerie Howe. She is survived by her children, Christopher Uminski, Samantha McCourt and her Husband Joseph McCourt. She was the loving sister of David Holmes and his wife Michelle Zweede, Joshua Holmes and the late Robert Holmes II. She is additionally survived by her Aunt Kathy and Uncle George and will be remembered by many cousins, countless nieces and nephews, and her god son Gabriel.
Margaret’s charisma and caring nature was unmatched as she was always ready to help any and all people. She dedicated her life to social work for the state of Massachusetts and found an immense amount of pride in doing so. Her favorite hobby was watching the Red Sox, no matter the statistics of the team for that year she would always be watching them play.
Margaret’s family invite you to attend a Celebration of Life in her honor at Channing Church in Rockland, MA on October 3rd at 1pm.

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  • My deepest condolences to Margaret's family. She was a kind hearted woman who had an energy about her that could light up a room. I loved her positivity and I always enjoyed stopping by her desk to check in for one of our our many chats at work. I will miss her and I pray for God's peace and comfort to her family during this difficult time.

  • My sympathies on the loss of Margaret. Margaret was the epitome of compassion and empathy. She showed such a caring and kind nature to all she came in contact with. Margaret would often reach out to let us know she was thinking of us if we were going through a tough time. She was tireless in her advocacy for those supported by our department. She understood the phrase "laughter is the best medicine" and used her sense of humor often to lighten our loads. Margaret will truly be missed. May you all find comfort in your memories of her.

  • My sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother. There are no words to describe how wonderful Margret was. She was an amazing friend and coworker. Margaret would do anything and everything for you. If you were going through a tough time she would check in on you to make sure you were okay. She was a tireless advocate for the people we support and truly led by example. Margaret was the glue that held our office together. We miss her dearly.

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