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Agnes F.
McDonnell

February 5, 1925 – September 30, 2018

Agnes McDonnell
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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— Shelly Funeral Home
"To the family of AGNES MCDONNELL So very sorry for your loss. I knew Agnes for a short time at Gloria Dei Manor I always enjoyed her company..."
— Carol Huggett
"To the family of AGNES MCDONNELL So very sorry for your loss. I knew Agnes for a short time at Gloria Dei Manor I always enjoyed her company..."
— Carol Huggett
"To the family of AGNES MCDONNELL So very sorry for your loss. I knew Agnes for a short time at Gloria Dei Manor I always enjoyed her company..."
— Carol Huggett
"My heart is with the McDonnell family. Agnes will stay within your memories forever. <3 You have gained an angel. xoxo"
— Tarra Raspanti
"I remember a wonderful trip to NYC where Agnes walked the streets like a trouper with a group of ladies to enjoy a fabulous lunch. My..."
— Barbara Mattingly
"A Great neighbor for over 50 years. You will be dearly missed."
— Bob & Dawn Wherrity
"Aunt Agnes, Your joyful spirit will be missed by so many. Much love. "
— Kate Rothwell Russell
"Meg, Trish and entire family, my condolences for your loss. Your Mother was always a hoot and really special lady to spend time with. ..."
— Laurie Allison
"With heartfelt sympathy to the McDonnell family at this sad time. "
— Jeanette Griffith

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