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QUINN, MARGUERITE C

QUINN, MARGUERITE C. Marguerite "Peggy" C. Quinn, 82, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and aunt, passed away on March 15th, surrounded by her family. Her determination, loyalty, generous spirit and commitment to giving back to her community touched all who knew her. Peggy was born in Scranton, PA, then spent her childhood and early adulthood in Newark, NJ. She married her high school sweetheart Dennis J. Quinn in 1965, and they moved with their two children to Sea Isle City, NJ in 1978. Peggy and family loved Sea Isle and resided happily there for many years. Later, Peggy made her home in South Seaville, NJ, where she retired and spent quality time with family and many close friends. She was blessed and grateful to be part of the wonderful South Seaville Camp Meeting community. In her last three years, Peggy enjoyed lots of family time, various activities and excellent care while residing in senior living in Westbrook, ME. Peggy was passionate about her career and her leadership roles in human resources and development at several non-profit organizations, including Holy Redeemer Home Health Agency, Disabilities Resource Center and Volunteers in Medicine, all in Southern NJ. But most important to Peggy was her loving relationships with her family, her many wonderful friends and later with her amazing caregivers. Her favorite activity was hosting family and friends at the shore, preparing delicious meals and sharing stories and laughter. She was an especially proud Nana to her five grandchildren, who she adored and loved spending time with. Peggy is survived by her son Dennis Quinn, Jr. and wife Stephanie; daughter Maggie Walker and husband Randy; five wonderful grandchildren Ryan Walker, Evan Quinn, Kyle Walker, Kalee Quinn and Shawn Quinn; and her very special nephew and nieces James Mills, Donna Merinsky, Laurie Bochert, and their families. She is predeceased by her parents Joseph and Anne (McAloon) Coen, sister Patricia Mills, and husband Dennis J. Quinn. Visitation will be held on Friday, May 10th at 10:00am, followed by Funeral Mass at 11:00am, both at Our Lady of the Angels, 35 East Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House. Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Cape May Court House. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made either to the Alzheimer's Association under "Avita of Stroudwater Westbrook" or to the Avita Associate Fund, 113 Landing Road, Westbrook, ME 04092. Condolences at www.radzieta.com

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