January 1, 1970 - July 29, 2009

Posted by:
Margaret Kerrigan

Posted on:
September 1, 2009

Margaret was a friend of mine many years ago and I still thought of her often. I wish we would of connected thru the years. To you Billy, I know what sorrow is all about, I lost my son Sean and the hurt will be with me always, as time goes on it will lessen. I am thinking of you.

Posted by:
Judy

Posted on:
August 11, 2009

Susan & Dick - Our thoughts are with you - and we pray that you can get through this terrible loss - Susan you know I am always hear for you. Judy

Posted by:
Pat Napolitano

Posted on:
August 11, 2009

I was very saddened to hear of Margaret's passing. We went to school together grades K-12. She was my best friend for many years and will never be forgotten. My sympathy to the family on your great loss. Patty Baron Napolitano

Posted by:
Donna Sinclair

Posted on:
August 9, 2009

Dear Susan & Dick, We were so sorry to hear about your sister. She was well liked by everybody, including the High School Kids. We are so sorry for your loss, our hearts are with you. The Sinclairs

Posted by:
Kristen Lawson

Posted on:
August 4, 2009

You will be missed!

Posted by:
carol blotner

Posted on:
August 3, 2009

We were shocked and saddened by the news about Margaret and send our hearfelt condolences. Carol and Mark Blotner

Posted by:
Ariel McKenney

Posted on:
August 3, 2009

Mrs. Jancsy was one of the kindest, most loving people I have ever had the pleasure to have been taught by and to have worked with. She will be missed greatly.

Posted by:
Angela DiGregorio

Posted on:
August 3, 2009

To the Janscy family: At this untimely momemt, accept our heartfelt condolences. There are nevery enough comforting words to be said that can replace such a loss, but rembering her bright smile and fond memories will allow you to go forward. Margaret will be missed by everyone. She has touched us in one way or another. She was a kind, warm, compassionate and a very loving person. We spoke occasionly, but it was always like we had spoken yesterday. Our heart goes out to her family. Angela and Mike

Posted by:
Joseph Ossoff

Posted on:
August 3, 2009

Bill, Words are always inadequate at a time like this, but please accept my heartfelt sympathy. Joe Ossoff

Posted by:
Jean Wentzzell

Posted on:
August 3, 2009

Oh how we will all miss Margaret at MVMS. She was always cheerful and ever so helpful. What a wonderful and warm woman who helped me out many times. I will truly miss her.

Posted by:
Deborah Antonucci

Posted on:
August 2, 2009

Margaret was a true lady who was loved by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. She took great joy in the happy evens of life and cherished her family. At work, she had the gift of always being able to rise to the occasion no matter, what last minute changes came her way. Her passing will leave a huge void at MVMS. My deepest sympathy to her loving family. Deb Antonucci

Posted by:
Pam Cash

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

Margaret was truly one of the nicest people I have known...someone who could always brighten up your day. My condolences to her family, especially Bill and their wonderful children, Jessica and Robert.

Posted by:
Leslie Boyce

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

I had the pleasure of working with Mrs. Jancsy at the Marblehead Middle School. Always a smiling face every day. Both of my children enjoyed it when Mrs. Jancsy covered in their classrooms. A lovely, lovely person! Prayers to all in her family.

Posted by:
Deb Ketola

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

Saying I will miss one of my dearest friends, doesn't cover all the things I will miss about Miss Margaret. She was everything a girlfriend should be, always making you feel good about yourself, always there to lend a hand or an ear, and to share a good laugh. We had so much fun together for many many years. A fantastic friend, a great woman, our town has suffered a great loss.

Posted by:
Barbara Schwartz

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

My heartfelt sympathies to you all. I have very fond memories of chatting with Margaret both at the Middle School and as Robert's third grade teacher. What a lovely, beautiful lady who will surely be missed! Barbara Schwartz

Posted by:
Elda Squires

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

Dear Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I've known Margaret almost my whole life. We went to the Horace Mann school together. I treasure the old memories. Please accept my condolences. My maiden name was DiCicco.

Posted by:
Michelle Hennigar

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

Dear Bill, Jess and Robert, Margaret had a heart and soul like no other person I've known. We will miss her driving past our house with a smile on her face and her dog looking out of the window. Our neighborhood and town have suffered an unbelievable loss. My heart goes out to you all and may God give you strength and many loving memories. Your neighbors, Michelle, Zach and Christian Hennigar

Posted by:
Len Gokey

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

I am so sorry to hear about Margaret. My family grew up next door to the Melagrano family and had much fun as childen. Please know that our prayers and thoughts are with you all.

Posted by:
Nancy Anthony

Posted on:
August 1, 2009

Margaret always looked like a million bucks, yet, it was her gift to put it all together from her great buys and smart shopping. "Tell me about this gorgeous outfit," I would ask, and she would explain it all! How I loved chatting with Margaret --so sunny, so vibrant,so honest, and so smart. I shall miss this wonderful woman. Such an untimely loss, and my heartfelt sympathy goes out to her loving family.

Posted by:
Darrell E. Keene, Jr.

Posted on:
July 31, 2009

My condolences to the Jancsy family at this time during your loss. She was a wonderfully, kind individual and I know the kindness and warmth she exuded every day will be greatly missed.

Posted by:
Carmen and Vikki Fulchini

Posted on:
July 31, 2009

How does anyone recover from a loss like this? Auntie was a wonderful woman who always had a smile and was full of life. She touched everyone she came in touch with, with her genuineness and never failed to make us feel loved. Uncle Bill, Jess and Robert - no one can ever be what she was to you but know that your family will forever be there for you and will keep you close to help you cope and keep her memory alive for others to know. We will all miss her deeply as the world has lost yet another beautiful soul. Our love to all the family and to all who knew her in life, Carmen and Vikki

Posted by:
Jason Stark

Posted on:
July 31, 2009

Heartfelt condolences to your family. I will truly miss Margaret.

Posted by:
Julie Livingston

Posted on:
July 31, 2009

I will miss my BFF forever and will think of you always at Fisherman's Beach and in Delray. Thank you for being there - for your friendship and your love. Life will not be the same without you - To Billy, Jess and Robert - you will remain in our hearts and we'll be there for you whenever you need us. Love, Julie & Bud

Posted by:
Linda and Richard jancsy

Posted on:
July 31, 2009

We were so sorry to hear about Margaret. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are will all of you. Linda and Richard Jancsy and family

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