Marjorie Angers

Marjorie E. Angers

May 1, 1928 - May 4, 2020
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Marjorie (Midge) Ellen Angers was born on May 1, 1928, in Wakefield, Massachusetts to Charles and Mary Riley. Midge passed away peacefully in Everett, WA on May 4, 2020.

Midge came from a family of eight, five sisters; Dorothy (Dot) Burns, Mary (Mae Mae) Coveney, Lillian Doucette, Marion Johnson, Edna Hankinson and two brothers; Charles Riley and Leo Riley, who have all predeceased her. Midge retired from the Town of Chelmsford, MA in 1992 where she had met her future husband, Roger, while working in the Town Hall. They moved to Edmonds, WA in l992 since they both had sons living in Washington state. Roger passed away in December 2016 in Worcester, MA. Midge loved her time with Roger in Washington and thoroughly enjoyed volunteering at the Edmonds Senior Center. She also loved to cook, and I think we all agree, her meals from scratch were absolutely tasty as well as filling! She truly missed her numerous family members and friends back east and was grateful and excited when they would venture out to the Pacific Northwest to visit Auntie Midge.

Midge is survived by her son, Patrick McCormack, and his wife, Audrey of Everett, WA, her stepson, Paul Angers of Portland, Oregon, stepdaughters; Diane Burton of Hanover, MA and Carol Labonte of Vancouver, WA.

Her final resting place will be beside her first husband, Philip J McCormack, at Heart Pond Cemetery in So. Chelmsford, MA.
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Graveside Services will be held privately in Heart Pond Cemetery.


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Karen McCabe

Posted at 04:43am
I worked with Midge in the Building Dept. at the Town Offices. She actually taught me her book keeping job....She was a peach to work with and had so many funny stories about her growing up. She was a nice person to everyone who came in. I never remember her having a mad day. She'll be missed. Sincerely, Karen Flynn-McCabe

Lynn Marcella

Posted at 11:40am
I have many fond memories of "Midge" from her Chelmsford Days and when I worked for your Dad in the Treasurer's Office.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Take care! Lynn & Chuck Marcella

Roseanne McCormack

Posted at 12:44pm
PJ, so sorry to hear about Aunt Midge. So many great memories. Playing “store”, cookouts, your Dads chickens, your Moms bean salad. Great times, and she will be missed. As Debbie said, we are all with you in spirit. Love, Roseanne

Deborah Magown

Posted at 09:32pm
PJ and Audrey
So sad to hear of Aunt Midge passing. I have loving memories of the cookouts in Chelmsford SHe was always so kind and giving. She spoke so lovingly of you both when I spoke with her around Christmas She loved you both so much and she was so proud of you. Know that even know the family in MA can't be with you we are with you in spirit

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