ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Catherine Magliocca, 65 years old, born on January 25, 1956, and passed away on April 11, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Josh Masters on April 22, 2021
I haven't seen Cathy (in person) in over a decade but, I will always remember her smile and her platinum blonde hair. She was almost always smiling and that is the image I will remember when I think of her.

She was one of the hardest workers I will ever know and one tough cookie. Cathy past that along to her daughter, who is the same. I wish you could have been able to stick around a little longer to spend more time with your family. But I am glad you have no more pain.

To Jimmy's Blondie! May She Rest in Peace.

Posted by MaryDeborah Rondeau on April 22, 2021
Cathy thank you for being my sister I m happy that you are with mom                  Deb

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Posted by Josh Masters on April 22, 2021
I haven't seen Cathy (in person) in over a decade but, I will always remember her smile and her platinum blonde hair. She was almost always smiling and that is the image I will remember when I think of her.

She was one of the hardest workers I will ever know and one tough cookie. Cathy past that along to her daughter, who is the same. I wish you could have been able to stick around a little longer to spend more time with your family. But I am glad you have no more pain.

To Jimmy's Blondie! May She Rest in Peace.

Posted by MaryDeborah Rondeau on April 22, 2021
Cathy thank you for being my sister I m happy that you are with mom                  Deb
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Shared by Keileen Hopps on April 22, 2021
My mom taught me everything I know about being a hard worker and a good employee. We had the opportunity to work together at 4 different times in our life and got to create lasting memories that we would still joke and laugh about years later.

My first job at 16 was as a bedmaker in a nursing home in Plymouth where she was a CNA and I didn't want to call her "Mom" in front of our co-workers, so I started calling her Cathy/Cat and pretty always did from that point forward. We worked together a few years later at the Wareham Walmart when I was 19. And then I got to work with her and have her teach me how to be a waitress and a short order cook at Joe's Diner/Blondie's Ice Cream and then finally at the Galaxy Grill after that before she and Jimmy moved to Florida. It was definitely a family business - my son Matthew worked scooping ice cream at the Galaxy Grill with us too!