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Madeline E. Kelly

June 25, 2022

Obituary

ATTLEBORO-Madeline E. Kelly, 74, passed away on June 25, 2022. Madeline and her lifelong companion Ned Marcil, have spent the last 29 years together. She was the widow of the late Robert E. Kelly.

Madeline was born in Attleboro and was the daughter of the late James Craik, Sr., and Virginia (Reading) Craik.

Mrs. Kelly was employed for many years as the administrative assistant to the Attleboro Fire Chief Ronald Churchill and retired as City Auditor for the City of Attleboro. Madeline enjoyed knitting, crochet,and quilting and was a talented seamstress. Over the years, she made many wonderful gifts of blankets and clothing for her family and friends. Madeline was also an avid reader and fan of Jeopardy, having even tried out for the show. She also enjoyed trips to the casino when she could and spending time with her grandchildren.

Mrs. Kelly is survived by her daughters, Roberta Kelly and her husband Michael Titus of Attleboro, Debra Kelly- Brady and her husband James Brady of Pawtucket, Deanna Butterworth and her husband William of Attleboro and Theresa Kelly of Portland, ME; thirteen grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

She was the sister of the late Cynthia Gouck, Margaret Estrella and James Craik.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her graveside service on Thursday, July 14, 2022 at 11am in the St. John Cemetery, West St., Attleboro.

 

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