Marilyn F. (Lannan) Dalton of Winthrop passed away on February 9. She was 90 years old.
The beloved wife of the late William J. Dalton, she was born in Somerville, the cherished daughter of the late Francis P. and Florence (Langis) Lannan. Marilyn was the devoted mother of William J. Dalton Jr. and Timothy M. Dalton, both of Winthrop, Thomas Dalton of Wakefield, Joseph Dalton of Lynn, Kelly Costley of Melrose, Michael Dalton of Peabody and the late Richard Dalton and Laurie Gill. She was the adored grandmother of many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild and the dear sister of Janet Silva of Revere and the late Jeannie Sullivan. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
A Funeral Mass was celebrated in St. John the Evangelist Church-Winthrop on February 16 and interment followed in Winthrop Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements were by the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home, 210 Winthrop St.. Winthrop. To sign Marilyn’s guestbook, please visit: ww.mauricekirbyfh.com.
Dedicated her life to education
Emeline L (Green) Gay passed away on February 4 at the age of 87.
Eme was raised in Winthrop and was a proud graduate of Brown University and George Washington University. She dedicated her life to education and would often share her stories from Massasoit Community College and Old Rochester Regional High School, where she met her husband, the late Harold Gay.
In her later years, she enjoyed playing golf with her good friend, Shelia Johnson, traveling the world with her college roommate, Brenda (Brown) Rew and going to the casino with her son, Jeff. Above all, her pride and joy was her grandson Conor, and she affectionately became known as “Mamaw” to his group of friends, with whom she spent countless weekends playing poker.
Eme is survived by her son, Jeff Gay and his wife, Ginny; her grandson, Conor Gay and his wife Rachael; her brother, Robert B. Green and his wife, Lisa, her sister in law, Jeannette Green, and many nieces and nephews. Services will be private.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Brown University “Brown Fund” and buy yourself a lottery ticket, because that’s how Eme would like you to remember her. Online tribute at www.memorialfuneralhome.com