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“Dear Vicky, so sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. I have wonderful memories of her when we were all in Girl Scouts. Your Mom was a wonderful...Read More »
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“Vicki, I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I remember she always let us play whatever crazy game we made up in the hallway on Congress Ave. ...Read More »
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HANLON, Lillian (Hahsey)- Of Chelsea, May 3rd. Devoted wife of the late Parker F. Hanlon. Beloved mother of Victoria Hanlon of Winthrop and Douglas Hanlon and his wife Debbie of Chelsea. Sister of the late Dorothy DelSignore. Cherished grandmother of MacKenzie Hanlon and Dougie, Jackie and Kasey Hanlon. At Lillian's request, funeral services are private. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in her name may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
A lifelong Chelsea resident, at 88 years of age, Lillian passed away early Sunday morning at Massachusetts General Hospital, just a few days after being admitted from home. A graduate of Chelsea High School Class of 1945, where she was the Class treasurer and voted most popular girl in the class. After high school she took a job with New England Telephone. To spend more time a home and to raise her children, Lillian put work second and family first. After the passing of her husband Parker in 1980, she worked for the Chelsea School System in the schools cafeteria for over 15 years. In her spare time she enjoyed the beach, shopping as well as trips to Las Vegas.