- 87 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 11, 1928
- Place of birth:
Hartford, Connecticut, United States
- Date of passing: Oct 1, 2016
- Place of passing:
Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
|Let the memory of Beverly "Sarah" be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our Loving Mother, Beverly "Sarah" McGann, 87, born on October 11, 1928 and passed away on October 1, 2016. We will remember her forever.
A Celebration of Life Service is set and will be at the Holden Hills Golf Course 1800 Main Street, Holden, MA 01522 on 19 November 2016 beginning at 1 PM. Please join us as we celebrate Sarah's impact to our lives and support the family and friends she's blessed while here with us. We greatly appreciate all of your prayers and well wishes.
Please share any memories, stories, pictures, or songs that bring back fond memories of Sarah's impact to your life.
Sarah is preceded in death by her husband, Michael F. McGann, their daughter Theresa (Teri) Mirow, her parents, Genevieve and Theron Brown; two brothers Arthur, Theron (Elbert); three sisters, Mary, Gertrude (Trudy), Florence (Flossie). Sarah is survived by her six children, Michael McGann, Linda Bjork, Dianne Rae, Kevin McGann, Sharon Berry, and Cindy Rauch; twenty grandchildren; twenty-three great grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren and her sister Genevieve.
In lieu of flowers Sarah had always been a strong supporter of the Shriners Hospital for Children and the family knows Sarah would greatly appreciate your thoughtful consideration and contribution (Click Here.)
The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester MA for their support in her final days.
"From ~ Poly Williams, Worcester, Massachusetts
I am so very sorry Aunt Sarah is no longer with us, in spirit, yes, but I will miss her wonderful stories of yesteryear, when we were all so blessfully happy. My sympathy to all family members and friends of Sarah."
"From Rita DeMarco, Barre, Massachusetts
November 12, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with Sarah's family, I worked at fantasia with Sarah and she was so much fun, always made her beautiful cakes, never forgot anyone's birthday, Sarah was just a wonderful thoughtful lady, r.I.p. dear friend"
"From ~ Gordon Warren, Hyannis, Massachusetts
November 12, 2016
To the McGann Family,
Please accept my sincere condolences and prayers with the passing of your Mom. I remember your mother back in my childhood days when she would come over to the Warren farm and get eggs. I also remember the skating parties behind her house and the warm chocolate she would provide afterwards. Those were the good times. Rest in peace Sarah."
"My Aunt Sarah was like a second Mother to me. We loved going over there with all our cousins. She made me the one and only birthday cake I had. Janice and I were always getting off the school bus to play; and she would say "Here comes Alices's girls again. But never made us go home. All of you became our expanded family. We were like sisters and brothers and what fun we had. Playing circus, ice skating on the pond. Barney and Steve Williams being the monsters in the woods. I could go on and on. She was such a wonderful person. With a very warm heart and will be missed very deeply. Who could not Love this woman!! She was the best of the best! I pray for your sorrow and emptiness you feel; I know the feeling all too well. My heart reaches out to you all. Love ya - your cousin Chris"
"Lots of fond memories at th McGann (Berry)house with my children playing with Emily, Erin and Chris. While the kids were always having fun the adults were busy at the table, playing cards or dominoes or yahtzee often joined by Sarah who loved playing these games more than anyone I know. Sarah will be missed, but will live on for ever in or memories. Rest in Peace now and " game on in heaven" matt"
"Sarah was a wonderful person and raised great children one of them Cindy married to our son Keith and I couldn't ask for a sweeter daughter-in-law. The whole family is close and loved each other very much. You will be missed and I am so glad I had the pleasure of knowing you. Rest well and party on with Mickey we will meet again."
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