Florence M. Lawrence-Danieli

March 12th, 2020

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Florence M. Lawrence-Danieli (Conlin), of Wilmington, passed away peacefully, Monday, March 9, 2020, at the age of 95. Florence was born on February 10, 1925; she was the dear daughter of William and Florence (Morrison) Conlin. Florence grew up in Somerville, MA and worked at Scully Signal Company for many years. She is pre-deceased by her first husband Robert Lawrence, Sr. and her second husband Domenic Danieli, Sr., her brothers Edward Conlin, Richard Conlin and William Conlin Florence is survived by her children Bob Lawrence of North Conway, NH, Linda & Bob Maloney of The Villages, FL, Donna Blizzard of Wilmington, MA and Jeannie & Mark Schneider of Tilton, NH. Step-mother of Domenic Danieli & his wife Jeryl of Cornish, NH, the late Gloria, Thomas and Arthur Danieli. Grandmother of Jerry & Kelly Maloney of Belchertown, MA, Lisa & Donald Perry of Hudson, NH, Mark & Tammy Maloney of Richlands, NC, Ronald & Melissa Blizzard of Dedham, MA, Richard & Amanda Blizzard of Wilmington, MA and Lori Blizzard of Wilmington, MA, Cheri & Jon Grovesteen of Mason, NH and Barbie & Kevin Weinhold of Lawrence, MA, Domenic Danieli of Claremont, NH , Eric & Vicky Danieli of White River Junction, VT , Teresa Danieli of Concord, NH, Mark, Ryan and Scott Schneider of Gilmanton, NH,  as well as many great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.


4 Entries in Guest Book for “Florence M. Lawrence-Danieli”

  1. Candayce Boyer says:

    Bob, So very sorry for your family’s loss. We will forever miss your mother and Dom watching the kids play out the window. Deepest Condolences. With love and sympathy, The Boyers

  2. Bill & Evelyn Grovesteen says:

    We’re so very sorry for your loss. Hold on to the many wonderful memories. Love and prayers.

  3. Richard & Alice Mousseau says:

    Dear Linda & Bob,
    Please accept our deepest condolences at the loss of your mom. She certainly had a good long life and now is at peace May your memories comfort you at this difficult time.

  4. William E Daley, Jr says:

    Dear Bobby, Linda, Donna, Jeanne and families we send our deepest sympathy. Your Mom was a wonderful lady. Always so pleasant and happy. May you have only happy memories. Love, Billy, Pat and family

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