Ann M. (McCormack) Morrell

June 13th, 2017

Ann M. (McCormack) Morrell, age 84, of Wilmington, formerly of Peabody, Salem, and Newton passed away on June 11th, 2017, surrounded by her family.

Ann lived most of her life in the Peabody and Salem area. She retired from Salem Hospital where she worked in the X-Ray Department.  After retirement, Ann went to work at Filenes for 10 years.

Ann was the beloved wife of the late Robert Morrell.  She was the loving mother of Andrew Thain and his wife Nikki and Theresa Swift, all of Wilmington.  Ann was the devoted “Grammy” of Patrick M. Swift, his significant other Mare both of Salem and “Great-Grammy” of Nash M. Swift. She was the daughter of the late Francis and Ann (Gallagher) McCormack.  Dear sister of Joan Jukins of Salem, Ruth Murphy of Lynnfield and the late Jack McCormack. Her former husband Andrew Thain predeceases Ann.  Several nieces, nephews and many friends survive her.

Visiting hours will be held at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62) Wilmington, on Saturday, June 17th, from 10 -12 noon, immediately followed by a funeral service at 12 noon. Interment to follow at the Calvary Cemetery, Waltham.

Memorial donations in Ann’s memory may be made to the Center for Cancer Care, mail to: Winchester Hospital Foundation, 41 Highland Ave., Winchester, MA 01890 or to the charity of one’s choice.


3 Entries in Guest Book for “Ann M. (McCormack) Morrell”

  1. Ellen Harrington says:

    So sorry for the loss of you dear Mother , may she rest in peace.

    Ellen Harrington .

  2. Gerry Gauthier, Diane Clemente NSEA says:

    Theresa, so sorry for your loss. We loved Ann from the first time she came in to the office. We will both miss her very much. Love and prayers to you and your family.
    PS : I am going to be good, Gerry

  3. Jim Ruggiero says:

    Theresa and Andrew, Mom was a great friend to me. She will surely be missed
    but not forgotten. I guess we shared the same humor, that is what I loved most about Ann. In memories she will always be remembered.

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