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Jeanne F. Donaghy, 83

Marlborough – Jeanne F. (Dwyer) Donaghy, 83, died Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at Bolton Manor Nursing Home in Marlborough. She was married for 57 years to the late John Donaghy, who died in February 2007.

She leaves her children, Gail Feckley and her husband, Mark; Virginia Montesion and her husband, John; Jeanne Ellen Cardamone; and Kathleen Blood and her husband, Donald. She also leaves her siblings, Robert Dwyer, Marguerite Butler and Elizabeth Morgan, and her grandchildren, Ryan Millett, Michael Millett, Julie Montesion, Amy Montesion, Meagan Montesion, Laureen Mally, Kayley Blood, Nicholas Cardamone, Dylan Cardamone and Joseph Feckley.

Born in Long Island, N.Y., the daughter of Robert and Margaret (Keeff e) Dwyer, she was a graduate of Long Island High School and had lived in Marlborough for the past 42 years.

Mrs. Donaghy was an executive secretary for several years with HOPE in New York City before moving to Marlborough. She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church, as well as the Ladies Auxiliary of the A.O.H. of Marlborough and the Massachusetts Republican National Committee.

Funeral services were held March 21 from the Immaculate Conception Church, with burial at Evergreen Cemetery. The John P. Rowe Funeral of Marlborough directed arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of one's choice.

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