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November 29, 2023
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Visiting hours for Marci Cantwell will be held at the Alfred D. Thomas Funeral Home 326 Granite Ave., Milton, Sunday December 3rd from 4-7 pm. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St.Elizabeth Church, Milton Monday morning December 4th at 10:00 am. Burial Milton Cemetery.
Marci A. Cantwell (Kozuch) passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on November 29, 2023. Born in Mayfield, PA, Marci's life was a testament to the joy found in her family.
In marriage, Marci found a loving partnership with the late Bennett A. Cantwell, Jr. Their enduring love story spanned 55 beautiful years, during which they built a family that became Marci's pride and joy. She was a devoted mother to Traci Cantwell of West Roxbury, and Richard Cantwell and his wife Natalie of Chestnut Hill. Her role as a grandmother to Alex Cantwell of Chestnut Hill was one she embraced with every ounce of her being.
Marci's family circle extended to her siblings, and she is survived by her sister, Sophie Konish (102 years old) of Mayfield, PA. She was a cherished sister to the late John, Walter, Bernice, Mary, Julia, Anna, Joseph, Al, and Robert, and their shared memories and bonds remain a testament to the family's closeness and love. Marci learned the value of family growing up the youngest of eleven. Her brothers and sisters instilled that family is important and no matter where they lived they always came home to Mayfield to celebrate special occasions.
Marci embarked on a fulfilling career with Citizen’s Bank, Commonwealth Mortgage, Filene’s/Macy’s and RH Stearns. Her time working was not just a job but an extension of her social circle, where she formed lasting friendships and connections that she cherished deeply. Marci's colleagues remember her as much for her professionalism as for her ability to make each person feel genuinely valued and appreciated.
Beyond her work and family life, Marci had a passion for cooking. She loved hosting Sunday dinners. She always had room for one more. Yet, even more than her cooking, it was the quality time spent with her family, extended family and friends that she treasured the most. Each meal was an opportunity to express her love.
Marci's family takes solace in the knowledge that she lived a full and happy life, marked by the laughter, love, and tenderness that she so freely gave. As they gather to honor her memory, they will carry forward the lessons of spirituality and selflessness that she embodied throughout her remarkable life.