Carolyn J. (Lloyd) (Whitney) Cuddy

July 23rd, 2014

Carolyn J. (Lloyd) (Whitney) Cuddy, age 64, of New Hampshire, formerly of Wilmington, MA and Woburn, MA, died peacefully on July 21, 2014, following a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.

Carolyn was born on May 1, 1950; she was the cherished only daughter of the late Arthur and Evelyn (Anderson) Lloyd. Carolyn was raised and educated in Wilmington and was a graduate of Wilmington High School with the Class of 1968.

Carolyn lived in Woburn for many years where she raised her two wonderful daughters Lisa and Laurie. Carolyn was very devoted to her family and she loved being a mom. Carolyn enjoyed spending time with her girls, whether it was camping, trips to Hampton Beach or other family vacations, they always had a great time together. When Carolyn became a “Grammy” her world got even better and she always beamed with pride when she talked about her grandchildren. Carolyn also had a soft spot for all animals especially cats.

Carolyn worked for many years as an Administrator for Computer Vision where she made countless friends throughout the years. Carolyn was a “go getter” and eager to continue learn so she went back to school later in life and earned a Bachelor Degree in Human Resources as well as Business Management from Valdosta State University in GA.

Carolyn was very talented when it came to painting, sewing, knitting and making all kinds of crafts that she shared with her family and friends. In her spare time she enjoyed going to ceramic classes and bowling on several leagues. She also was known to break into a dance if the music moved her no matter where she was. Her love for music brought much joy and comfort throughout her life.

Carolyn will be remembered as a caring and sweet woman who loved her family unconditionally. She handled her illness as best as she could with strength, courage, grace and even humor. She was quite a lady and will be truly missed.

Carolyn was the beloved wife of the late Joseph Cuddy, devoted mother of Lisa Whitney Scott and her husband Erik of Westborough, MA and Laurie (Whitney) Tobine and her husband Frank of Concord, NH, loving “Grammy” of Brenden and Zakary Tobine and Emerson Evelyn Whitney-Waite, cherished daughter of the late Arthur and Evelyn (Anderson) Lloyd, dear sister of Arthur Lloyd and his wife Charlotte of Washington and Walter Lloyd and his wife Donna of Dedham, MA, former wife of Peter Whitney of Salem, NH, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Carolyn’s family will be receiving family and friends at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Sunday, July 27th from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. and all are welcome to participate in a Celebration of Life Service at 2:30 p.m. Carolyn’s celebration will continue at the Knights of Columbus Hall, School Street, Wilmington at 3:00 p.m. where everyone is welcome to join the family for light refreshments and an ice cream social in honor of Carolyn. In lieu of flowers, donations in Carolyn’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 480 Pleasant St., Watertown, MA 02472.


13 Entries in Guest Book for “Carolyn J. (Lloyd) (Whitney) Cuddy”

  1. Cheryl Desjardin says:

    For Carolyn, Lisa and Laurie:

    You painted no Madonnas
    on chapel walls in Rome
    But with a touch divine
    you lived one in your home

    You wrote no lofty poems
    that critics counted art
    But with a nobler vision
    you lived them in your heart

    You carved no shapeless marble
    into some high soul design
    But with a finer sculpture
    you shaped this soul of mine

    You built no great cathedrals
    that centuries applaud
    But with a grace exquisite
    your life cathedraled

    God Had I the gift of Raphael
    or that of Michelangelo
    Oh, what a rare Madonna
    my mother’s life would show

    Tribute to Mother, by Frances Johansan

  2. Christine Eddington says:

    Laurie I am so sorry for you loss of your mother. I know you shared a special bond and visited almost everyday. My prayers are with all of you at this time.

  3. Janet Witham Hawes says:

    I was saddened to hear of Carolyn’s passing. I have fond memories of her during our childhood years. My prayers are with you all during this sad time.

  4. Kara C says:

    Lisa and Laurie – I am truly sorry for your loss. What a wonderful tribute to your mom. Your mother was truly proud of you both. May the wonderful memories you shared keep you going through the difficult times. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. xoxo Kara

  5. Hannah Vega says:

    Laurie and family, I am very sorry for you loss. Your family is in my thoughts at this time. – Hannah

  6. Nancy McCormick says:

    Lisa and Lauriie, as time passes, little reminders of your mother will touch your heart…They will always be with you whatever you do and wherever you go. For now, let all the caring thoughts from those who love you help you through this difficult time. With deepest sympathy.

  7. Lisa Miller says:

    Lisa and Laurie,
    So sorry for your loss. Whenever I think of your mom, I will always remember her kind heart, she was so sweet with all of the kids. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. xo Lisa and family

  8. Karen Huertas says:

    Laurie, it is with deep sadness, that I write this to you. Im very sorry for your loss. You had such a great relationship with your mum. I know you guys had such a wonderful bond. You were there every step of the way. She ll be your angel now, guiding you and your family. My prayers are with you guys. – Karen H.

  9. lise dumoulin says:

    Laurie and family. so sorry to hear about your loss….thoughts and prayers your way each and everyday.

  10. Melanie Austin says:

    Laurie, my good friend. I love you and know you will be ok. Just look for the signs as I do, my dad and mom show me they are happy all the time. I will be here for you as you were for me with both of my parents. You are such a great daughter and know that you did more than what most could handle. “Your sister from another mother”

  11. Jill Gauthier & Katelyn Soper says:

    Laurie, we are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  12. Eileen Sasso says:

    I find myself staring at your picture wanting nothing more than to be able to climb into it and join you in conversation, silliness and laughter. Reminiscing your warm, genuine and at times (more than not) mischievous smile causes me to ache even more for your presence. I’ve constantly missed you terribly already! You’ve left your mark on my soul forever. I couldn’t possibly ever forget you. Endless thank you’s for your true wonderful faithful friendship. I was and will now forever be blessed to have had shared that bonded honor. It never got old for a second Carolyn. I am so grateful to know in my heart you knew that. And I know without hesitation if the shoe was on the other foot you would be right there. When words failed to surface anymore YOU took MY hand… and all was well. THAT memory is beyond precious to leave me with. It’s sooooo hard to let you go my sweet, sweet Tootsie Doodle. For now…. xoxo….

  13. April St.Jean says:

    Dear Lisa & Laurie,
    My heart felt sympathy is with you & your family during this difficult time. I will always remember Carolyn’s smile & zest for life. She was a very special woman whose loss will be felt by many who had the privilege of knowing her. I enjoyed getting to know Carolyn through working with her at Easter Seals. I fondly recall the fun times we had together & she will always hold a special place in my heart. Sincerely, April L. St.Jean

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