Condolence & Memory Journal

its been awhile, just found this on the net randomly. I miss playing cards and drinking wine with you Nana. I even miss going to churh with you.
I miss your company and wish we were able to spend more time together as adults but I will always cherish the times we spent together as a familiy during my youth.
You were a rock and the glue that held this extended family together.
So much gratitude for your influence and prescence in all of our lives.
May eternal peccece be with you always, Meg.

Posted by megan connelly - Pahoa, HI - Grandchild   October 19, 2016

. May aunt was a role model to all in our family, dedication to family,sacrafice and her loving nature.Madeline you'll be missed and remebered as a one of kind.You always knew when dropping by a card game would break out and plenty of laffs as well as arguments..The Red Sox's has one less fan.But mostly St. Joesph will miss her present thru-out the year; a very devoted and wonderful women my aunt Madeline,miss and love you, Brian.

Posted by Brian McNamara - The Villages, FL - nephew and Godmother   May 27, 2015

Madeline was more than a grandmother to me, she was a light. She had a smile that filled my heart. It is so hard to imagine that smile being gone. She was the kind of woman that would run circles around you in a room even at her late age. I will miss late night card playing and her ability to bring family members together. Things will never be the same without her. I am so sad for her passing but believe that she has moved onto bigger better things. Nana cultivated a life filled with joy, love, and family. I would hope to create that same life as I grow older, to remember that sharing love with family and friends is the way to happiness. We all love and miss you!

Posted by Brittney Connelly - Portland, OR - Granddaughter   May 21, 2015

With heartfelt sympathy, thinking of your family and sending prayers at this difficult time.

Posted by Bobby and Nancy Ward - Malden, MA   May 15, 2015

Sorry for your loss, she treated my grandparents well durning the Mt. Vernon St. years.

Posted by Michael Craven - Medford, MA   May 14, 2015

What a warm, charming, and fun lady! There was always a game to be played and a laugh to be shared when you spent time with Madeline. We have such warm memories of our visit to Boston and the time we spent with her. We only wish we could have spent more.

Posted by Terri Steven and Susan Smith - Fullerton, CA - friends   May 14, 2015

Say hi to everyone in heaven for us ! Love you...

Chris, K, Matt & Nick

Posted by A friend   May 14, 2015

Madeline (Nana) Connelly was a blessing to our lives , and an icon to our family. I feel like she was a part of all of us. She made me feel like there was always love to be given. Her strength is undeniable. And I will never forget her. I'll miss her sharp mind and and beautiful smile. I'm excited for Nana to finally reunite with my grandfather it's been a long time coming. I love you Nana.

Posted by Victoria Connelly - Houston, TX - Grandaughter   May 12, 2015

With fond memories. Prayers and condolences to the family.

Posted by Jean and John Sesti - Hardeeville, SC   May 12, 2015

Love and prayers to the Connolly family, and all the "Dorneys". We are sorry for your loss. The family of Myles & Doll O'Malley.

Posted by Denise O'Malley Connors - Quincy, MA - "Family"   May 12, 2015