Mulholland, Donna

March 11th, 2010

mulholland, donnaDonna M. Mulholland, age 53, of Dorchester, formerly of Wilmington died March 11, 2010.

Beloved daughter of the late Frances A. and Mary T. (Walsh) Mulholland of Wilmington. Life-Partner of Deborah A. Hall of Dorchester. Dear sister of Frank Mulholland and his wife Suzanne of New Mexico, Ken Mulholland, Barry Mulholland, Mary Ellen Mulholland, John Mulholland and his wife Gail all of Wilmington, Judy Gustafson and husband Paul of Burlington, Susan Mulholland of Boston and the late Diane Mulholland of Wilmington. Donna is also survived by several nieces and nephews and many dear friends.

Donna was employed at MIT in Cambridge as a Copyright Administrator, retiring after 25 years.

mulholland, donna 2A Memorial Service to honor Donna will be held at the MIT Chapel, Building W15, 77 Massachusetts Avenue (entrance at 44 Massachusetts Ave.), Cambridge, MA, on Friday, March 19th at 2:00pm.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations in Donna’s name may be made to We Can Row – Boston, P.O. Box 750036, Arlington, MA 02475 or to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 2141 Rosecrans Ave., Suite 7000, El Sagundo, CA 90245.


15 Entries in Guest Book for “Mulholland, Donna”

  1. Matt and Marti Mulholland says:

    Dear family,
    We are so sad to learn about Donna’s passing. You are in our prayers. May your memories bring you comfort.
    Matt and Marti

  2. Rick Santarpio says:

    My sincere condolences.

    I marched with Donna in the Wilmington Crusaders.

  3. The Peter David Gustafson Family says:

    It is with deep sadness we send you this message.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones during this difficult time.

    With our deepest sympathies,

    The Gustafson Family
    Saco, Maine

  4. Elsie N. Gustafson says:

    Mulholland Family and Deborah A. Hall. My Sympathies to you all in the passing of Donna. I’m sure she is at home with her family members, the Lord, and at peace.

  5. Paul and Jane Baker says:

    We’re so sorry for your loss. Donna was such a fighter,it seemed that she could turn yet another corner. She’s at peace now. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  6. Mark Gustafson says:

    Dear Mulholland Family,

    Please accept my sympathy and prayers.

    Mark Gustafson

  7. Maria Martin says:

    Hi Judy…I am thinking of you and sending hugs and healing thoughts to you. When I see you I’ll give you a real hug.


  8. Christine Hurd says:

    My deepest sympathy in this time of heartache. My thoughts and prayers are with you. So sorry for your loss.

  9. william zambelli says:

    To Judy and family,

    My the sun shine upon her soul forever.

  10. Linda & Larry Walsh says:

    John & Gail,
    Our prayers are with you and your family at your time of sorrow.
    Larry and Linda

  11. Sandra Conwell says:

    All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. I was so sorry to read of Donna’s passing. My Mom, as you know, is in Florida with Fran and will be calling when she feels it is appropriate. My Mom only has the nicest memories of Donna, as a little girl and then as she grew into the warm and special person she became. Please let me know if there is anything at all I can do for any of you who are always so very kind and thoughtful. My sincerest condolences,

  12. Pamela Mudd Conlan says:

    Mother Mary and father Frank, and sister Diane, Aunty Ann, Aunt Rosemary and Uncle Robie, Uncle Matt and Aunt Dot, cousins Ann & David are all welcoming Donna into heaven. Donna fought a good fight. She inspired us all. We will miss her terribly. We remember the fun times we had as cousins – ice skating on the bog, playing with the lobsters at Cape Cod, driving in the woods behind the main house, sleeping on the porch, laughing at our accents and everyone squeezing into family station wagon – all the smiles.
    Much love,
    The Texas cousins
    Pamela & Pete Conlan, David Mudd

  13. Claire Kroll Fusaro says:

    My sympathy goes out to Donna’s partner, family and friends. I was one of Donna’s teachers at Wilmington High School. I remember her fondly– a great girl, bright, genuine,humorous and caring. I sense that she touched many people in a special way. My sympathies to all. Claire Kroll Fusaro

  14. Tim and Lois Gase says:

    To Deb and to the Mulholland Family:
    Tim and I are so sorry to hear about Donna’s passing. When we think of Donna we remember her smiles, laughs, her friendliness and welcoming nature. Those memories will never fade. Donna’s love for you will always shine from above.
    God bless, and we send our sincere sympathies.

    Tim and Lois Gase

  15. Paul Gustafson says:

    Donna was such a special person. We are all blessed for having had the opportunity to know her.

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