Marjorie “Marge” Ann Geary

07/01/1931 - 08/14/2023


Obituary For Marjorie “Marge” Ann Geary

Marjorie “Marge, Margie, Dolly, Ma” Ann Geary was a caring mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She left this world on August 14th, 2023 at the age of 92. Marge was a stay at home mom who took care of her children and her grandchildren for many, many years.

She was born to Peter and Jessie Bulger on July 1, 1931. She was predeceased by her ex-husband, William (Bill) Geary. She is survived by her children Gail A. Weatherby and her significant other Jim Kononchuk of Cheshire, CT, William “Robin” Geary and his wife Jody of Pembroke, Brian Geary and his wife Coleen of Rockland, and Patricia “Trisha” Madsen and her husband Erik of Lakeville. Marge was the oldest of her 3 siblings; Mary Lent, Peter “Ronnie” Bulger, and Joyce Downing of Braintree. She was the crazy aunt to many nieces and nephews who lovingly referred to her as “Dolly”.

Her favorite things in her life were her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Raymond “Ray” Weatherby, Renee Casner, Renee Burnett, Billy Geary, Hope Geary, Dylan Madsen, Sean Geary, Taryn Madsen and great grandchildren Amber Casner and Chase Casner. She would talk about them to anyone who would listen and brag about how amazing they all were. Marge loved spending time doing just about anything they would tolerate. She thoroughly enjoyed watching them play sports. If she missed a game, she would get on the phone after to find out how it went and how they did. She was always their biggest fan. Marge was President of the Rockland High School Hockey Boosters for several years during Brian’s high school years and it was during this time that she was given the name “Marge in Charge” which has stuck in the community until this day. She will be dearly missed by her family and the many friends that she considered family throughout her years that she resided in Rockland.

Visitation is scheduled from 11:00 - 1:15 on Friday, August 25 with a memorial service to follow from 1:15 -2:00 at the funeral home. Her family invites anyone who wishes to share a memory to speak at the memorial service. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society in her name.

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  • 08/24/2023

    Margie was a very special neighbor and friend who became a wonderful light in my life who I was glad to become very close to over the past year plus and was able to become an expert at fixing her television. Although I did find it frustrating sometimes to get two to three calls a day I also understood that she was lonely and wanted someone to come over and chat and keep her company for a while and as frustrated as I would get within 5 minutes of being at her apartment she would get me smiling and laughing with her stories and her nonestop sense of humor and her choice to not inhibit her choice of words. I love you Margie and will miss you and remember all our chats all the time. Rest in Peace my special friend. Please don't forget to come to visit me from time to time. Love your TV fixer, HEY LADY..XOXO

  • 08/23/2023

    My sympathy to Trish, Dylan, Taryn & Erik Madsen, Gail, Robin, Brian & Colleen, Ray & Hope for their loss. She lived a long complete life and was loved by her children & grandchildren and many other relatives. She will be missed.

  • 08/23/2023

    You really were a character Marge any time we were together we always would have a good laugh a very special person who is loved by many you will be missed.

  • 08/23/2023

    Where to begin. After 50 years of friendship, we had so many memories. We were hockey travel buddies and spent many hours in the car together (Marge yelling at me to watch out). Marge amusing the kids with her great pretend stories. Working together for 6 years on the add book for the RHS hockey team. Marge was president during that time, Taking the kids to JJ's to split a seafood platter. I could continue forever with the fun we always had. I will miss my friend. We are sorry for your loss, Marge was a great Grandmother and Mother. Always there to cheer the kids on both in sports and in life. She was very proud.

  • 08/22/2023

    My deepest condolences to the Madsen family - Trish, Eric, Dylan, and Taryn - for your loss. Cherish the fond memories you have had with Marge. In Sympathy, Al Boutin

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