Nora Cronin

Died: 2018-09-20
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: St. Richard Parish - Danvers MA
Viewing date: 2018-09-25 / 9am-11am
Service type: Funeral Mass after Visitation
Service date: 2018-09-25 / 11am
Service location: St Richard Parish
Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2018-09-25
Cemetery: St Mary of the Annunciation
Contributions: Donations can be made to Webster at Rye, 795 Washington Road, Rye, NH 03870.

ALL services at St. Richard Parish - Danvers

Nora K. Cronin, 90, passed away peacefully at Webster at Rye Retirement Community on September 20, 2018 surrounded by her family. Born in 1928 in Ballinasloe, Co. Roscommon, Ireland, daughter of Timothy & Jane Murray, sister of Joseph, Frank, Patrick, William and Timothy Murray. She is predeceased by her beloved husband, Daniel and daughter, Patricia. She is survived by her son Daniel and his wife Lori of Peabody, MA and Kathleen Borsh and her husband James of Stratham, NH. She also leaves three grandchildren, David, Jennifer and Shawn and six greatgrandchildren, Ethan,Kaitlyn, Olivia, Emma, Abby and Annabelle Nora. Nora was a resident of Danvers for over fifty years. She was an active member of St. Richard ParishSodality and a volunteer for many civic and entertainment programs in Danvers. She devoted her life to her family and enjoyed travel, music, Red Sox games and sharing laughs with her many friends. Nora made friends wherever she went and left a lasting impression on all who crossed paths with her by making each person feel important, loved and valued. Visitation and Mass will be celebrated at St. Richard Parish 90 Forest Street, Danvers on Tuesday, September 25. Wake from 9am-11am followed by a Funeral Mass at 11am. Burial to follow at Annunciation Cemetery. See to leave condolences. Donations can be made to Webster at Rye, 795 Washington Road, Rye, NH 03870.

Nora will forever remain special in my heart. She was special in so many ways including making others feel special. I’m so grateful for having the opportunity of spending so much time with her during my short time out east a couple of weeks ago. I hope you will have peace in knowing how much she loved you and that she is now with “her Danny”. God Bless! Love, Cathy Cronin
Thinking of you all at this heartbreaking time in your life. I knew Nora from our early school days in Ireland. As we grew up our families lost touch and we both enriched our lives by travelling away from home, raising our families and getting on with life. Over the past few years our daughters managed to get us back in touch thru' today's wonderful technology with video chat. It was fabulous to see Nora again and for us to reminisce of days during our childhood. I am so saddened to learn if Norma's passing and will pray for her soul's safe and happy arrival in heaven. Rest in Peace Nora, until we meet again... Sincere condolences to all your family and friends Eileen, (Moore) Cunningham and family, Ireland.
Danny and Kathy I am so heartbroken to hear of your mom's passing. I have known Nora my entire life. She and Mary were the best of friends. So many memories of your mom. We always looked forward to receiving her soda bread at St Patrick's Day. When my mom passed away she was there for us and I always thought of her as my second mom. I will never forget her. My love and prayers to all of you. She is forever in my heart Love, Joanne Costello Davidson

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