Viola Theresa Cormier of North Chelmsford

 

Viola Theresa Cormier, age 92, of North Chelmsford, MA, died suddenly early Sunday morning, February 5, 2017 at Lowell General Hospital.

She was married to the late Charles L. Cormier, who died in 1995.

Born in Waltham, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Cardone. She graduated from St. Charles High School in Waltham with the class of 1941.

She moved to North Chelmsford in 1953 to raise her family. She retired as a Teachers Aid from Chelmsford High School.

Viola was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church, Chelmsford.

She enjoyed playing cribbage at the senior center, reading, working on crossword puzzles, and listening to all kinds of music. Her greatest joy was visits from her family and there was always laughter when they were together.

She is survived by two sons, Chuck Cormier and his wife, Carol Gerber of Brookline, MA, and Warren and his wife, Niki Cormier of Tiburon, CA; a daughter, Peggy and her husband, Frank Kasilowski of Cape Elizabeth, ME; two sisters, Lucy Barisano of Newtonville, MA, and Alice DeSantis of Virginia; three grandchildren, and three great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.

She was the sister of the late Henry Cardone.

No visiting hours. Funeral Mass Thurs. at 11AM at St. John the Evangelist Church 115 Middlesex St. N. Chelmsford, MA 01863. Burial at a later date in the Bourne National Cemetery, Bourne, MA. Memorials may be made in her name to the American Cancer Society 30 Speen St. Framingham, MA 01710. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

 

Funeral

February 9, 2017
11 AM
St. John the Evangelist Church 115 Middlesex St. North Chelmsford, MA 01863
  1. Carol Kivlan Comins says:

    VI and Charlie were our neighbors back in the 80s. I was always touched by her kindness to my family. She lived a good life. RIP

  2. Bernie Battle says:

    For many years Vi was a fixture in Emerson House at Chelmsford High. With a smile and a kind word for all, she helped staff and students every day. My prayers are sent other wonderful family.. Rest in Peace.

  3. Amy Laurencio says:

    I am so sorry to here of your loss. Vi and my mother Jeannette Newell were avid bingo players, together they frequented many a bingo hall, enjoyed each others company, and often won “Big”. My mother has been gone for years, but I know Vi healed a special place in her heart. May she rest in peace, with deepest Sympathy Amy (Newell) Laurencio

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