Obituary: Jacqueline M. (Connair) Ferro

Jacqueline M. Ferro
Jacqueline M. Ferro

Jacqueline M. (Connair) Ferro, 90, of Lincoln died Thursday January 23, 2014 in Littleton. She was the beloved wife of 40 years of the late Armand F. Ferro.

Born in Waltham on January 19, 1924 she was the daughter of the late John J. Connair and Margaret J. (Casey) Connair. She was a graduate of Rosary Academy in Watertown and attended Regis College in Weston.

For several years she was employed as a receptionist in the President's office at the Boston and Maine Railroad.

She later worked as a teacher's aide at the Lincoln Public Schools.

She was the first child baptized in St. Joseph's Parish in Lincoln and was a long time member of the St. Joseph's Church Sodality.

A lifelong Lincoln resident, she volunteered for many years helping with the Town's Fourth of July parade. Each year she enjoyed festively decorating her home for the holidays, most notably for Halloween and Independence Day.

She is survived by her son John C. Ferro of Lincoln and by several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Arrangements under the care of Dee Funeral Home of Concord, Susan M. Dee and Charles W. Dee, Jr., Funeral Directors.

To share a remembrance in the online guest book, please visit www.deefuneralhome.com

In lieu of flowers, donation s in her memory may be made to Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley, 191 Foster Street, Littleton, MA 01460

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday January 29th from 9:30 to 11 am in St. Joseph's Church, Lincoln Road, Lincoln.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Church, Lincoln on Wednesday January 29th at 11 am.

Interment will follow the funeral Mass in the family burial plot in Lincoln Cemetery.


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