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Marjorie A Cronin

Passed 07/22/2021

Marjorie A Cronin

Passed 07/22/2021

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Obituary For Marjorie A Cronin

On Thursday July 22, 2021 Majorie Ann Cronin passed away at the age of 58. She is survived by two daughters Jennifer O’Keefe and Julie Miller, five brothers, Charles Mitchell, Steven Mitchell, Robert Mitchell, John Mitchell, and Michael Mitchell. Along with three sisters, Janet Petrosevich, Michelle Mitchell, and the late Mary Readon.
Three grandsons Mathew and Evan Miller and Kellen O’Keefe. Many nieces and nephews, as well as cousins. She was a long time friend and companion to the late James Demuele.

Margie graduated from Rockland High School Class of 1980 where she was a top performing athlete. She was a passionate, gifted Basketball and Softball player which brought her much joy. She attended Bristol Community College where she was embarking on a new career.
She previously worked at D’ Angelo’s, Ground Round, and D’Ann’s Restaurant.

Know for her kind, compassionate spirit, sweet shy smile, her beautiful soul will endure within all of us who were fortunate to know her.

Marjorie’s family invites friends and loved ones to celebrate her life on Tuesday July 27, 2021 in The Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home from 5-8 PM. A funeral home service will be held on Wednesday at 11:00 AM.

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  • Rest in peace Margie. Best basketball shot I have ever seen.

  • Janet, Girls, Michelle, Ashley & Mitchell Family, Margie will be greatly missed. May the comfort of your memories help as your healing process begins. Margie, How does one begin to say goodbye & let go. A continuous relationship of a loving friendship since childhood that followed thru our Sr. High School years and beyond. Our Sports in school to 1980 Graduation together. Than into the world we went. Adult life began... We would reconnect not long after to playing ball in Abington, Braintree, & Quincy Leagues..Long weekends spent playing in Softball Tournaments close & out of state, traveling on the famous bus, named for you called " Miss Margie". Camping at Wampatuck with my mom, Renee, & family to our camping adventurers at Ellis Haven with the D'Ann waitresses...Missing our 20th class reunion cause you thought it was a good idea to drive to Nantasket Beach first ... and have so laughs with our class mugs and a Rockland Bulldog beach towel. So many memories were created over many yrs of friendship. We laughed, We cried, We shared. You contagious laugh & smile, your kind gestures, never to be denied. Over many yrs, if our lives were not directly entwined, then they ran parallel. Never far from reach. Now the reach seems so far..I will miss my birthday text or call, you were always good with remembering dates etc. Like all those who love & adore you, our hearts are broken. You are/ were a kind, true, faithful & loyal friend. So with this Margie Mitchell, Im not letting go or saying goodbye. Goodbyes are not forever, Goodbyes are not the end, they simply mean I will miss you Until we meet again, rest now, no more pain, fly high , my dear dear friend. Rob

  • Dear Family, Margie was too sweet for this world. She was one of the first people to befriend me when I lived in Rockland years ago. When you saw her, her smile would light up the room. She will be greatly missed and I know she is watching over us all. God Speed Margie! Sonja Dahlberg

  • My deepest sympathies to Margie's family.

  • So sorry for your loss. We have many fond memories of her younger years! Gwen and Ken Tully

  • To the Mitchell family, Margie's daighters and grandchildren, Margie was a good friend to me0 and had heart of gold. I will surely miss her laugh and smile. Her wings were ready,our hearts never are. Fly with the angels Margie. Til we meet again. You are loved and will be missed. Denise Murphy

  • My heartfelt sympathy to Margie's family and friends. I adored her. She was a great athlete.

  • Jenn and Julie, your mom gave you life, and for that your family will be forever grateful to her. We love you both and are keeping you in our prayers as you make your way through this difficult moment in your lives. God bless.

  • With my sincerest sympathy to Margie's Family and Friends. She was simply one of the nicest people I had the pleasure of knowing. Humble, kind and always smiling! May your memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.

  • Margie. I'm so grateful for having time to reconnect but so sad we (cousin Sharon, You and Me)never had that lunch. We will meet again some day 🌹To all the Mitchell's sending you lots of love and hugs ❤️ Denise

  • Janet and family, I am saddened to hear about Margie's passing. She was a beautiful person with a pure spirit. Her smile and laughter will live on in your hearts. Love to all of you. Kathy Connors

  • So many thoughts going through my head. Growing up with you Margie was quite an adventure to say the least. I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. All of your family on Myrtle Street was part of my life. LOVED your mom and dad(Mitch and Marge). You were one of the most competitive person Ive ever met. So I hope and pray for you, your children, grandchildren, and of course your brothers and sisters. Love, Day by Day!

  • Margie.......you were always so kind to me as well as everyone else. I will never forget that! Always smiling. One of the best Softball players I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. May you Rest In Peace Margie. Love, Moe

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