Marjorie L. Hassett
Marjorie “Margie” L. Hassett, age 93 of Cranston passed peacefully on Friday February 5, 2016 at Brentwood Nursing Home. Born on January 24, 1923 in Providence, she was predeceased by her parents James T. and Rose A. Hassett and her brother Charles S. Hassett. Margie was a graduate of Cranston High School. She worked for the US Navy at Davisville. While Margie never married she enjoyed an active social life. She had an extended family with her nephews and niece and was a welcome part of their holiday and special family gatherings. She was a member of the Rhode Island Sound Chorus and also loved to tend to her raspberry bushes and drive to the beach for the day. A devoted Catholic, Margie was a communicant of St. Matthew's Church in Cranston for many years. She was a regular at the Newport Creamery in Garden City for over 50 years and joked to the family that she should have a booth named after her. She also enjoyed a late night cup of coffee at Dunkin Donuts with her friends. She is survived by her brother James "Wally" Hassett, nephews Kevin (Karen), Keith (Mary Ellen) Kenneth, Stephen (Linda), and niece Beverly (Joseph) Hassett-Carnasciale. Along with her five great nephews and two great nieces. A Funeral Service will be held on Sunday February 14th at 3:00pm in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston. Visitation will be held two hours prior to the service beginning at 1:00pm. Burial will be Tuesday at St. Ann’s Cemetery, Cranston.
Joanne Quinn - 02/12/2016
You were always a part of the Cranston Senior Garden Club for many years. Rest in a peaceful garden.
James W. Hassett - 02/14/2016
A very proud Cranstonian,always my big sister. Welcomed at family functions. Your journey to Heaven is finished.Rest in Peace.
Ken Hassett - 02/16/2016
So many fond memories in RI visiting you. Rides to the beach in your convertible, Newport Creamery for ice cream treats, Rasberries from your garden.... The list can go on and on. You lived a nice long life, and I am happy to be a part of it. RIP and no more suffering, my memories will last forever. Love, Ken.