Mary Cavanaugh.WEST BOYLSTON - Mary R. (Morrison) Cavanaugh, 90, of West Boylston, died Tuesday, Sept.1, at home.
She leaves her husband of 67 years, Paul S. Cavanaugh; six children, Paula A. Grady of Holden, Donald R. Cavanaugh of Lake Worth, Fla., Mame H. Dowjat and her husband, Michael, of Holden, Tedi M. Musgrove of West Boylston, Colleen col·leen
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[Origin unknown.] . She was born in Worcester, daughter of Robert J. and Mary (McDonald) Morrison, and graduated from North High School and Worcester State.
Mrs. Cavanaugh was a school teacher in Worcester and Sterling, before leaving education to raise her family. She was a member of Saint Christopher's Church in Worcester.
A funeral will be held Saturday, Sept. 5, from Fay Brothers Funeral Home, 1 West Boylston St. with a Mass at 10 a.m. in Saint Christopher's Church, 950 West Boylston St., Worcester. Burial will be in Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Visiting Hours visiting hours
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visiting hours are Friday, Sept. 4, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to, Friends of Mercy Center, 25 West Chester West Chester, borough (1990 pop. 18,041), seat of Chester co., SE Pa., W of Philadelphia; inc. 1799. Primarily residential, West Chester was long the trade and processing center for an agricultural region that is now mainly suburbs. St., Worcester, 01605. To place an online condolence, visit www.faybrothers.com